Great savings on days out through free Great Attractions Fair at Scunthorpe Baths Hall
FIND ideas for great days out across northern Lincolnshire and pick up some exclusive savings, with your Scunthorpe Telegraph and North Lincolnshire Council.
The Great Attractions Fair will be held at the Baths Hall in Scunthorpe on Sunday, March 17 from 10am to 4pm.
The free event will feature the owners of 35 local attractions, restaurants and venues and will take over the auditorium and both bars at the venue.
It has been designed to provide families with a wealth of ideas to stay entertained throughout the summer.
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The event is being held as part of English Tourism Week and there are plenty of reasons to attend.
And we have teamed up with the council to offer an exclusive discount booklet with over £80 worth of savings at 21 attractions and restaurants across the region.
To get your booklet, simply cut out the coupon on this page and take it to the fair.
Councillor Liz Redfern, leader of the council, said: "This is the first Great Attractions Fair to be held in North Lincolnshire.
"It is a wonderful way to showcase all that North Lincolnshire and the surrounding areas have to offer.
"There will be plenty of fun filled ideas for great days out that all the family can enjoy.
"There will be a farmers' and craft market selling the best local produce and gifts.
"Exhibitors range from Pleasure Island and the award-winning Pink Pig Adventure to Normanby Hall and Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway."
During the day there will also be cookery demonstrations by Colin McGurran, chef and owner of Winteringham Fields.
Snake Davis, one of the UK's leading saxophonists, is also set to perform, while there will also be a rare chance to see two classic sports cars.
A free park and ride service will run to the event from North Lindsey College on Kingsway, Scunthorpe, from 9.45am.