Sorry to see all the glass smashed in the public telephone box on Central Square, near the junction with Glebe Road - and a shopping trolley abandoned next to it. Not sure whether the two are in any way connected.
An interesting project about the River Ancholme Valley is to hold a launch event in Brigg. We expect it will generate plenty of interest. ...
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