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The Brigg Heritage Centre in the Angel is now open from Thursday to Sunday 10am to 2pm.

We are always looking for volunteers who can spare a few hours of their time to staff the centre.

Contact Brigg Tourist Information Centre if you are interested. 01652 657053.

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