Brigg Life: Living the Brigg Lifestyle
Having heard that you can get anything from Brians, George Osborne goes there looking for a new economic policy ...
Events: Fall in love with your local market!
Love your local market fortnight is back (Thursday 16 to Saturday 25 May). North Lincolnshire Council is hosting a series of
events across the area to appreciate the long history of market life.
- History: Rabbits from Risby
There is still plenty of Sky Ride local bike rides that you can get involved in across North Lincolnshire.
The next bike ride is on Sunday 19 May starting from The Angel in Brigg at 2pm.
- Food: Taste of Lincolnshire
Pick up an array of delicious foods on offer at the popular Food Festival returning to Normanby Hall Country Park on Sunday 19 May
from 10.30am to 4.30pm. There will be stalls galore including everything from jams and chutneys to speciality meats and homemade pies.
- Cycling: Sky Ride Local
The next bike ride is on Sunday 19 May starting from The Angel in Brigg at 2pm. It will be a nine mile bike ride along the river
Ancholme to Cadney and then on to Howsham before returning to Brigg.
- Events: Tribute to the Lightning
In mid-May visitors to the Newark Air Museum, will get the chance to meet and chat with former air and ground crew who flew and
serviced the iconic Cold War supersonic jet fighter - the English Electric Lightning.
Brigg food bank
Hot news from churches in Brigg: a food bank is being set up soon ...
Driffill / Leigh families
Are you a Driffill or a Leigh family member??
The Buttercross in Brigg has recently undergone a series of refurbishments and had new facilities installed.
The transformation will be revealed on Saturday 27 April at 12pm by Andrew Percy MP.
- Fire and quality accreditation
Northern Lincolnshire-based fire safety equipment service and maintenance specialist Northern Fire and Safety has achieved BAFE
(British Approvals for Fire Equipment) Registration in near record time
Leave Hitler to Me, Lad
In May Duckegg Theatre Company are previewing their brand new family musical, 'Leave Hitler to Me, Lad', by Haley Cox and LA
composer Ben Pringle (previous credits include Buffy the Vampire Slayer), designed by the critically acclaimed Barney George.
"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win"
- Mahatma Gandhi