Finalists Announced for Made in Lincolnshire 2019

Posted on 23rd August 2019 by Streets -  What's trending?

Image to represent Finalists Announced for Made in Lincolnshire 2019

Now in its fourth year entries for Made in Lincolnshire were both strong in number and quality, representing some well known and some less well known gems from the county’s manufacturers, encompassing large, small and artisan.

Commenting on the level of entries and judging process James Pinchbeck, Marketing Partner at Streets Chartered Accountants and one of the event organisers said:

“The judges certainly had their work cut out in drawing up their list of finalists and category winners, from more than 60 entrants.

“We are delighted to announce the finalists for the 2019 Made in Lincolnshire awards.”

Made in Lincolnshire Sold Locally

  • Grantham Engineering Ltd
  • Bottomley Distillers Ltd
  • Househam Sprayers Ltd
  • Trickle Net UK
  • Hawkens Gingerbread

Made in Lincolnshire Sold Nationwide

  • Beaphar UK
  • White Air Solutions
  • Rocket Print Promotions
  • Greenstock Inconnect
  • Amanda Coleman Jewellery

Made in Lincolnshire Sold Overseas

  • Househam Sprayers Ltd
  • Grantham Engineering Ltd
  • Red Rhino Mini Crushers UK Ltd
  • Badges Ltd/Ebadges
  • SqWears Couture

Made in Lincolnshire For Many Generations

  • L J Fairburn & Son Ltd
  • Micronclean
  • Grantham Engineering Ltd

Made in Lincolnshire – World Class

  • Autocraft Solutions Group Ltd
  • Micronclean
  • Jointine Products (Lincoln) Ltd
  • Metsa Wood UK Ltd
  • Red Rhino Mini Crushers UK Ltd

Made in Lincolnshire – Food & Drink

  • Sleaford Quality Foods
  • The Lincoln Tea and Coffee Company
  • Hawkens Gingerbread
  • Ferry Ales Brewery
  • Lincolnshire Brewing Company

All finalists, entrants and those interested in celebrating the county’s manufacturing prowess are invited to attend the Made in Lincolnshire celebration event on Thursday 19th September 2019 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Lincoln at 2pm, which will be hosted by Melvyn Prior from BBC Radio Lincolnshire.

Winners will be announced and prizes presented by event hosts and supporters Streets Chartered Accountants, Business Lincolnshire and Natwest Bank.

Book your free place at this event

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