Sunny skies at the Lincolnshire Show

Monday 29th June 2015

Thousands of visitors enjoyed two sunny days at Lincolnshire's annual county show.

Thank you to everyone who came to visit us in our marquee in the Countryside Area. We had a great time and it was wonderful to share our love of wildlife with you all. 

We were extremely pleased to receive the Gamekeepers Cup from Lady Sarah McCorquodale (President of the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society) for having the best exhibition in the Countryside Area.

Well done to all staff, partner organisations and volunteers who helped make this possible.

 


 
Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust Communications Officer Rachel Shaw receives the Gamekeepers Cup from Lady Sarah McCorquodale (President of the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society) on behalf of the Trust for having the best exhibition in the countryside area.

Thanks to the Natural History Museum, the Lincolnshire Naturalists Union, the Greater Lincolnshire Nature Partnership and the Lincolnshire Geodiversity Group for joining us in our marquee.
 

Wildflower Meadows Project Officer Mark Schofield explains how the Trust is creating a network of wildflower meadows across Lincolnshire and how this will create a huge positive impact on wildlife biodiversity across Lincolnshire.

Our wood identification quiz was very challenging. Can you recognise which trees these came from?

People loved our guess the animal poo quiz.
 

 


Our team of staff were busy each day interacting with people of all ages explaining some of the different habitats we work with and the wildlife found within them. We looked at wildlife gardens, woodlands and the seashore.

 

 

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