Bakkavor’s Party in the Park had everything, including a new world record set for the longest time spent welly-wanging.
Terry Moore, who chairs the organising committee, said the welly-wanging involved all-comers for more than five hours and they’re waiting for confirmation of the record in the Guinness Book of World Records.
More than 2,200 people converged on Springfields in Spalding for the two day event with live music, a fun fair and more. It’s expected the party will raise around £5,000 for the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance.
Bakkavor’s Got Talent saw break-dancer Daniel Rutowski, of Highbridge, win the £1,000 first prize, followed by Spalding Bakkavor entrants Jonah Vieira, who played guitar and won £250, and singer Amy Dixon, who also won £250.
The staff event was open to the general public on Saturday night.
Mr Moore said: “We had two very good days.”