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Tastes of Lincolnshire Food Fair #1000ytc

Our mouths are already watering at the thought of the variety of stalls on offer at #1000ytc…from ice cream to herbs and fishcakes to cheese!

Here’s all the wonderful Tastes of Lincolnshire producers you’ll find at the event, based across Castle Square and the Castle grounds:

MEAT

  • Bassingthorpe Beef
  • Bowser Brothers Hog Roast
  • Fen Farm Venison
  • Grasmere Farm
  • Redhill Farm
  • Thorpe Latimer Traditional Farm Meats
  • Hog Roast Lincolnshire
  • Oak Tree Farm
  • Oslinc

FISH

  • Chapman’s Fishcakes
  • Cool Fish
  • Smiths Smokery

VEGETABLES

  • Eden Farms
  • Cooks Farm
  • Woodlands Organic
  • Lincoln Country Market

CHEESE

  • Cote Hill Cheese
  • Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese
  • Lymn Bank Farm Cheese Co.

BREAD & CAKES

  • True Loaf Bakery
  • Saints & Sinners
  • Modens Lincolnshire Plumbread
  • Kate Elizabeth Cupcakes
  • Granny B’s Farmhouse Kitchen

CONFECTIONERY & ICE CREAM

  • Sciolti Chocolates
  • Old Elephant Fudge
  • Traditional Ice Cream
  • Willingham Fayre

VEGAN FOODS

  • Jolleys Kitchen

DRINKS

  • Classic Coffee
  • Milestone Brewery
  • Sleaford Brewery
  • Straits Brasserie

HERBS

  • Waltham Herbs

PLANTS & GARDENS

  • Lincolnshire Organic Gardeners
  • Carr Lane Nurseries
  • City & Country Landscapes
  • East End Nurseries
#1000ytc : Upcoming Highlights

There’s lots going on at this weekend’s event - from blacksmithing to beadmaking! Here are some of the highlights you’ll catch at the event, which will take place across Lincoln Castle, Lincoln Cathedral & Nave, the Lincoln Cathedral Works Department and the Male Prison:

  • Children’s Marquee, Have-a-Go Activities and Climbing Wall
  • Castle Male Prison, Bath House & Cathedral Works Department - not normally open to the public
  • Apprentice Masons from Cathedrals’ Workshop Fellowship will make a specially designed lancet window during the event
  • Visiting craftspeople from France, Norway and the United States
  • Tastes of Lincolnshire Food Fair

We hope you can join us for what will be a fascinating day.

Ancient Cathedral Oak crafted into Woodworked Objects

Today we’ve been speaking to Ron Sheridan, a craftsman from Grantham about his plans for Saturday’s #1000ytc. As well as demonstrating his woodworking crafts within the Castle grounds Ron will also be selling some unique objects of particular historic interest.

A small number of letter openers, heart necklaces, bottle stoppers and key rings have been made by Ron - exclusively for 1000 Years of Traditional Crafts. These items were crafted using a very special and ancient piece of Oak; a 1,000 year old piece of timber from the roof of Lincoln Cathedral!

Ron was delighted to be able to work with such a special piece of Lincoln’s history and will be donating a share of his profits from the sale of the oak items to the Lincoln Cathedral fund.