In last month’s edition of Lincs Scene, Eddie Basil, was eventually found (with the help of Lincs Scene readers)at Starbuck’s on Flavian Road, enjoying a Pupuccino. This month he’s really already escaped and has gone to ground with his ‘partner in crime’ Poppy Victoria. Please help us find him and be in with a chance of winning lunch for two at Lincoln’s newest coffee shop and barista school.

The directions listed right have been downloaded directly from Eddie’s tracker. Please help us locate this fugitive before the dog warden catches up with him. The picture (opposite), taken together with his accomplice Poppy, may provide an additional clue to his whereabouts.

From Flavian Road, Eddie headed back into the city and took the third exit on the roundabout at Nettleham Road onto Longdales Road, straight over two more roundabouts towards Yarborough Road before joining The Avenue. He was spotted running over the bridge on Brayford Way, passed McDonalds and onto Tritton Road. He turned left at the traffic lights opposite Clayton’s Carpets and then right at the next set of lights just before Lidl supermarket. He continued down this road for one kilometre (0.62 miles) to his final destination for a spot of squirrelling!

Competition 

For a chance of lunch for two (comprising of any lunch item, a hot drink and cake) at 200 Degrees – Lincoln’s newest coffee shop and barista school, simply tell us where the naughty Wowauzer (Welsh Terrier/Schnauzer cross) is… send an email with ‘Where’s Eddie?’ as the subject line to design@lincscene.com. 

Please include your answer, full name, address and telephone number. One winner will be selected at random from all correct entries before Thursday, 20 June 2019. Where is that pesky dog?

200 Degrees started roasting its signature coffee at Meadow Lane in Nottingham backing 2012, opening its first coffee shop in Nottingham city in October 2014.

The coffee roaster and wholesaler now has shops across the UK in major cities including Cardiff, Birmingham and Sheffield with its most recent opening being its Sincil Street shop in Lincoln.

The Lincoln venue is the company’s eighth coffee shop and features bespoke barista training, including new courses and tasting events.

200 Degrees coffee shops now sell over a million drinks per year. Its menu is innovative and tasty with delicious food freshly prepared on each premises daily (vegan options are of course available) and their wholesale arm provides coffee subscription services to customers and businesses country-wide.

200 Degrees Coffee Shop and Barista School, 34 & 35 Sincil St, Lincoln, LN5 7ET. https://200degs.com