Could you win a ‘Lincolnshire Christmas’ in ELDC competition?

East Lindsey District Council has launched a festive promotion giving shoppers the chance to win a locally-sourced bundle of treats in time for Christmas Day.
Win a 'Lincolnshire Christmas' prizeWin a 'Lincolnshire Christmas' prize
Win a 'Lincolnshire Christmas' prize

The promotion is part of the district council’s ‘Shop Local, Stay Safe, Be Kind’ initiative, which aims to encourage shoppers to return safely to the high streets.

The Lincolnshire Christmas bundle includes a fantastic collection of Christmas essentials worth £250, including a large free-range turkey, a £50 toy voucher, crackers, Christmas decorations, a Christmas wreath, a £20 voucher for fruit and vegetables, Christmas bakery treats, and a pamper hamper.

All of these items have been sourced from local shops in Louth, Horncastle, Alford and Spilsby.

To enter the competition, visit the Facebook or Instagram pages for either Love Louth, Love Alford, Love Spilsby, or Love Horncastle and follow the instructions.

These social media pages have become a place where you can keep up to date with local shops and businesses, as well as information on details such as opening times, new covid-safe procedures, and late-night shopping. These pages also share lots of ideas and inspiration for shopping locally.

Councillor Adam Grist, ELDC’s Portfolio Holder for Market Towns and Rural Economy, said: “Our ‘Shop Local’ campaign has been all about safely supporting our town centres and independent shops after what has been a tough year.

“This promotion is the perfect way to sample some of the best offerings from across our market towns, and I’d encourage everyone to take part and try and win their very own Lincolnshire Christmas.”

The Lincolnshire Christmas promotion closes at 9am on Wednesday December 16.

Details about the promotion can also be found at

• Any businesses that would like more information on opportunities and how to get involved in the ‘Shop Local, Stay Safe, Be Kind’ project, contact [email protected]‐ or make contact through the social media pages.

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