The next issue of Brigg Matters, due out in mid-March, is packed with interesting articles. For starters there is the story behind the Brigg Posada as told by O H Boyd, the renowned sculpture and artist.
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). Its connections to our locality will be of keen interest to local historians!
Josie Webb has joined the BM team and has a fascinating article written by her mother about her experience as a Land Girl during WWII.
And we welcome the return of Andy Mydellton with his article on the changing habits of the Long-Tailed Tit. There is also a feature on walking around North Lincolnshire with details on how to download guides and maps from Visit North Lincolnshire’s website.
Sadly we don’t have enough space to list here all of the great contents in this issue, so make sure you look out for it on this website – or, if you are one of the lucky ones, expect a printed copy to be popping through your letterbox within the next three weeks!