The FREE community magazine for Brigg and District

Spring 2021 Issue Out Now!

The latest issue of Brigg Matters, available now, is packed with interesting articles…

The Brigg Posada
Read the fascinating story behind the Brigg Posada, as told by O H Boyd, the renowned sculpture and artist.

Never Judge A Book by its Cover
Something for local historians – an in-depth feature by Paul Hildreth about his discovery of two volumes of ‘Principles of Geology’ by Charles Lyell, a Scottish geologist whose aim was to explain former changes of the Earth’s surface by reference to present-day processes (first published between 1830 and 1833).

Josie Webb joins the Brigg Matters Team
Josie Webb has joined the BM team and has submitted a fascinating article in our Spring Issue about her Mother’s experience as a Land Girl during WWII, together with several other snippets from her extensive collection of Brigg Town Memories.

Get Those Boots Out
Walking is good for banishing those locked in blues so look out for our feature on walking around North Lincolnshire with details on how to download guides and maps from Visit North Lincolnshire’s website.

Published quarterly, more than 5000 copies of Brigg Matters Magazine are distributed free of charge, via door-to-door deliveries in Brigg, Cadney, Howsham, Scawby Brook and Wrawby, as well as a significant number of copies available in selected retailers, restaurants, cafés, public houses and other commercial outlets throughout the area.

Although focused on the historic market town of Brigg, the publication embraces many of the local villages including Broughton, Hibaldstow, Scawby, Wrawby, Bigby, Worlaby, Elsham, Bonby, Cadney and Howsham.

Brigg Matters is hand delivered to the following areas:

Brigg, Wrawby, Scawby Brook, Howsham, Cadney

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