The FREE community magazine for Brigg and District
Funded entirely by our advertisers, Brigg Matters is a not-for-profit local community enterprise and is produced and distributed by a team of dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers.
The magazine has been published quarterly for more than 17 years and in addition to carrying advertising, it incorporates a substantial amount of informative editorial features, interviews with local personalities, wildlife articles, a children’s page, reports on local communities and organisations, Brigg Town Council reports, local events and much, much more! It is also one of the most cost effective forms of advertising available for local businesses.
Becky joined the Brigg Matters team just over two years ago as editor, a role she had never performed before. She boldy took it on and successfully produced more than eight issues including the design and layout. Attracted to creative art and graphic design, Becky recently enrolled on a two-year course at Doncaster College and reluctantly stepped down as editor to complete this course. However, she remains a valued member of the team and reports on activities in Wrawby.
Josie is well-known as the founder member of the Brigg Amateur Social Historians (BASH), now approaching its twentieth year. A keen local historian and fountain of knowledge of Brigg of yesteryear, Josie leads local history walks about the town as well as initiating the annual autumn Ghost Walks.
Chloe is excited to have joined the Brigg Matters team as copy editor. She loves to spend her time renovating the old Convent Manor house or going adventuring with her cockapoo, Ken! She loves being part of the Brigg community and feels there is no friendlier place to live.