Dive in for great discounts at Scunthorpe fair on Sunday at Baths Hall
SHOW-stopping sports cars and world class cuisine will be in the spotlight at a major regional travel event being held this Sunday (March 17) at the Baths Hall.
There has been a lot of interest in the Great Attractions Fair – with 50 visitor attractions, local food producers and craft makers now exhibiting.
In the main bar and the auditorium, you can find out about some of the area's leading art galleries.
On the first floor, there will be a farmers' and craft market, with stalls selling everything from Italian breads and home-made chocolates to jams, cured meats, curry sauces and top quality beef reared on the Isle of Axholme.
Two of the area's leading farm shops, the Pink Pig and Uncle Henry's, will be bringing all your favourite local foods along.
Taking centre stage in the auditorium will be two beautifully restored classic sports cars owned by Burringham businessman Mal Nicholson. The red 1959 Dino G.P Ferrari is the only one of its kind in the world. It is the first time that this car has been on display in the region.
Mr Nicholson, said: "The 1959 Dino G.P. car is a real showstopper and creates a stir everywhere we take it."
Also on display will be a replica 330 P4 Ferrari, one of only a handful in private collections, and simply one of the most stunning ever seen.
Children can enjoy free face painting – and Flo the Clown is on hand to keep them entertained.
Elsewhere, Winteringham Fields owner Colin McGurran, a finalist in BBC2's Great British Menu, is part of a programme of free cookery demonstrations throughout the day.
Fiona Sciolti will be showing you how to make her award-winning chocolates and Skydive Hibaldstow will also have a stall offering information on local skydives.
CV Day Spa is offering a selection of treatments on the day, including hair styling and mini-manicures. Your Telegraph reader voucher gives you half price shampoo, conditioner and styling products on the day.
The award-winning Brigg Garden Centre will have a good selection of plants together with garden furniture, ornaments and gifts for sale. Their experts will also be on hand.
Admission to the event is free.
Telegraph readers will get an exclusive discount booklet, which they can use to save more than £80 on places to eat and visit across Northern Lincolnshire this summer. There is a free park and ride service operating from North Lindsey College starting at 9.45am, with buses every 15 minutes.
Christine Edwards, tourism and town centre manager, said: "This is a day out with a difference and the Baths Hall is the perfect venue."