09:38, Wednesday, 28th November 2018

Explore Normanby Hall Country Park this Christmas and visit the traditional festive market on Sunday 16 December with a range of stalls from local producers.

With lots of festive spirit in the air at Normanby Hall, it’s going to be a brilliant day out with all the family.

At the market, you’ll be able to get those last minute gifts and stock up on delicious food and drinks.

There will be over 25 stalls including:

  • Redhill Farm
  • Lincolnshire Craft Beer
  • Lincolnshire Poacher Cheese
  • Sciolti Chocolates
  • Apidae Honey
  • Back Garden Bakery
  • Bottle and Carriage
  • The Wild Rose Soap Company
  • Chapmans Seafood
  • Fabulously Fruity Wine
  • Fleur’s Kitchen
  • Jamie’s Sweet Emporium
  • Jenny’s Jams
  • Karene Leonnard upcycling
  • Krafty Kents
  • Liz Friend pyrography
  • PB Wood n Art
  • Pink Pig Farm
  • Roe’s Farm Dairy
  • Rose Cottage Pantry
  • The Nattessary Crafts
  • Tinks Taverns
  • Waltham Herbs
  • Lesley’s Home Delights
  • Tyme Flyes Antiques and Collectables
  • Granny B’s Farmhouse Kitchen
  • Rebecca Eaton Art
  • Jeanscycle
  • Andrew Fletcher Photography
  • Daisy Ducks

Local chef Nigel Brown will be providing cookery demonstrations throughout the day at 10.30am, 12pm, 1.30pm and 3pm.

Lincs FM will be attending between 11am and 1pm, and will be running two fantastic competitions. Find out on the day how to get involved. Entrants will be in with a chance of winning either a Christmas Hamper made up of a range of Lincolnshire produce or a Normanby Hall Friends and Family Annual Membership.

There will be a real festive feel with carol singers and Christmas music to entertain the crowds from Winterton Junior School choir, North Lindsey College and Trinity Worship Band.

20-21 Visual Arts Centre will be providing free craft activities throughout the day.

Michael Whitson will be helping children invent a game using recycled materials. There will be a small charge on the day for this.

You will also be able to enjoy other family festivities, including the chance to meet Santa in his grotto (tickets cost £6.50 per child) and watch the Normanby team feed the deer.

A £3 car parking charge will apply for non-members. Annual pass holders should display their pass.

If you don’t already have an annual pass, you can get yours online. It is valid for a year from the day you buy it.

Cllr Elaine Marper, cabinet member for Participation and Culture, said:

“Normanby Hall Country Park is the perfect setting for all things Christmas. This year we have got some brilliant festive activities including the Christmas Market selling produce from local producers and crafters. You’ll be able to stock up on some Christmas treats or buy any last minute gifts for your loved ones.

“If you are looking for a great day out with all the family this Christmas, Normanby Hall has lots happening that you won’t want to miss. Our activities are booking up fast, so make sure you get booked in before it’s too late.”