Friday, October 08, 2010


From tomorrow you should be able to get tickets for Brigg Amateur Social Historians' forthcoming Brigg Ghost Walks. They cost £3 from the Brigg Tourist Information Centre (The Buttercross). Children under seven go free. Telephone 01652 657053.
The Halloween Ghost Walk is on Sunday, October 31, and a second Walk follows on Sunday, November 28. Both start at 7.30pm from outside the White Horse Inn, Wrawby Street.
Guides from BASH oversee the Walks and relate ghostly tales about town centre buildings, such as The Exchange, and the Dying Gladiator.
We've just bumped into BASH chairman Josie Webb in the town centre and in addition to furnishing us with a copy of the latest Ghost Walk pamphlet, she asked us to mention the sponsors, which we are happy to do. A couple of new ones have come onboard. The full list is:
Brigg Fruit, Veg Flowers.
Safe at Home (Pets Care Services).
Albert House (Guest House), Brigg.
Old Barn Bed & Breakfast, Main Street, Cadney.
Nisa Local, Queen Street, Brigg.
INKIT (UK), of Brigg.
Brigg Beds.
Pol's Pantry.
Brigg Matters.
White Horse Pub, Brigg.
To find out more about BASH, visit

1 comment:

Ken Harrison said...

Scoop, I can see a ghostly face at the upper-left window - looks like a grey haired old man smoking a clay pipe. Can you?