Brigg Heritage Centre is seeking a grant from the Town Council to help with staging future exhibitions.
The application for assistance will be considered at the authority's February meeting tomorrow (Monday, February 27) in the Angel Suite (main room) starting at 7.15pm.
The session is open to interested members of the public, who may ask questions (see agenda item 8 below).
The Heritage Centre, housed in the Angel complex, is seeking the grant to enable it to continue staging "pop-up" exhibitions during the coming year "by the purchase of exhibition equipment, stationery items, an A3 laminator, etc."
Pictured above is an exhibition staged some time ago at the Heritage Centre.
On Monday the Town Council will also consider a verbal proposal from Town Mayor Coun Ann Eardley "that bunting be put up in the town, in response to a suggestion from Brigg Live Arts."
Should this be approved, the council will then "set a financial limit on the installation."
Deputy Town Mayor Coun Sharon Riggall will update fellow councillors about the Enhanced Planting Scheme 2017.
Brigg planning applications to be considered will be:
- Erect a general purpose builders' merchants' warehouse, Turnbull Timber, Island Carr, off Bridge Street.
- Erect a single-storey extension, 7 Sunningdale Avenue
MONDAY NIGHT'S AGENDA
1. Notice convening the meeting
4. Any declarations of Interest by councillors
5. Police matters
6. Correspondence received by the council
7. Updates on issues from the Town Clerk
8. Public Question Time
9. Questions from council members
10. Report from North Lincolnshire Council ward members (Couns Nigel Sherwood, Carl Sherwood, Rob Waltham).
11. Approve minutes of meetings held in January
12. Reports from councillors on "outside bodies"
14. Enhanced Planting Scheme 2017
15. Review Standing Orders Policy Document
16. Grants & Donations
17. Bunting in the town
18. Allotments - Redcombe Lane & Grammar School Road
19. Angel Suite
20. SLAs from North Lincolnshire Council
21. Consider planning applications