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Lincoln BIG are incredibly excited to introduce the third sculpture trail which will run during the summer of 2021 across Lincoln city centre. This is a mass participating public art event to celebrate Lincoln, its art, culture and heritage, and Stagecoach East Midlands are proud to be a sponsor.
Lincoln is famous for so many things but Lincoln BIG want people to know about the IMP. The people of Lincoln resonate with the IMP, children have fun with the cheeky chappy, the football club has it as their emblem and the IMP resides in Lincoln Cathedral.
Now the story of the Lincoln IMP is hitting the High Street and we want everyone to get involved.
We've partnered up with The New Theatre Royal in Lincoln to give one lucky family a chance to win tickets to December's Pantomime, Beauty and The Beast, plus free bus travel to the show (view show times are in our T&C's below).
For your chance to win simply walk the Lincoln IMP Trail this summer, snap some photos of the IMPs on your walk, including our Past Echos and The New Theatre Royal's Harlequin IMP, and send your best 10 photos to us.
Our favourite collection of photos will be selected as the winner. We will also be sharing our favourite photos on Twitter so look out for your favourites @StagecoachEMid.
If you're feeling lucky, and you think your pictures are worthy of a win then send them through to us here
Our IMP, designed and painted by Jem Dunn, beautifully illustrates a summery scenery of Lincolnshire in the past. The front of the IMP includes a winding road to a bus shelter and a road sign. Poppies follow the road, adding some colour to the scene. The bottom includes the tank memorial which is a familiar image for Lincoln.
The back has a nice blue sky with planes flying past. It demonstrates WW1 land workers with their white aprons, long dresses and horse drawn cart bringing them to work and further forward with much more detail, the WW2 land workers in their overalls with a 1940s bus for transport. Factory workers and decorative cogs depict the factory workers. The designs merge as you move around the IMP perfectly.
But don't take our word for it, you will be able to find our IMP outside the City Bus Station.
Stagecoach East Midlands and The New Theatre Royal Lincoln IMP Trail Competition Terms and Conditions
Entrants will be deemed to have accepted these terms and conditions, and agreed to be bound by them, when entering this Promotion.