The official Vote Leave campaign in South Holland will hold its “Take Control Day” in Spalding town centre on Saturday.
Volunteers will man a stall outside Boots from 10am-4pm and hand out leaflets, raise awareness of what they see as the benefits of Britain leaving the EU and encourage people to ask key questions about the June 23 referendum.
Vote Leave South Holland and The Deepings coordinator Craig Jackson said: “There are many benefits for Britain if the people decide to vote leave on June 23.
“Taking control of our borders and controlling immigration; saving £350million a week from our EU conttributions to spend on priorities like the NHS; boosting the economy by estabilishing our own trade deals with other countries and ensuring that we an independent, self-governing nation are all objectives worth fighting for.
“The only way to secure these objectives and a better future for Britain is to vote leave.”