Would Brigg folk like to take in old-style film shows in the Angel Suite?
That was a question posed to town councillors at a meeting of the Property and Services Committee this week.
Coun Chris Dyson - pictured above for Brigg Blog by Ken Harrison - floated the idea, saying villages like Scotton staged them. He suggested it might be worth trying a couple in Brigg.
Town Clerk Jeanette Woollard said the idea had been considered before without being positively received.
Angel Suite Manager Karen Deeley offered to look into the idea.
Brigg, of course, lost its Cinema - in Wrawby Street, near the White Horse - in the mid-1960s.
It fell victim to changing trends and TV sets coming within the price-range of virtually every household.
After "The Pictures" past into history, Brigg council rent collector Rolie Shacklock put on film shows for kids in the town.
In 2012, sitting down to watch film shows would appeal to the so-called Silver Surfer age group and be nostalgic for many folk.
DID YOU KNOW YOU CAN NOW READ MORE INTERESTING NEWS ABOUT BRIGG AND DISTRICT BY VISITING THE BRIGG PEOPLE WEBSITE?
“YOURS TRULY” IS THE COMMUNITY PUBLISHER. YOU CAN REGISTER WITH THE SITE AND THEN UPLOAD YOUR OWN NEWS, SPORT AND VIEWS.