Saturday, August 19, 2017


It's heartening to see village pubs still operating in the Brigg area and a little further afield.
Lots of rural hostelries across the country have closed during recent decades  - a sign of the times - but we are fortunate that many 'village locals' are still open to drinkers and diners in our district.
Here are pictures of eight to try if you head off from Brigg towards Lincoln, taking in Scawby Brook, Scawby, Hibaldstow, Redbourne, Waddingham, Snitterby, Glentham and Normanby-by-Spital.
We took these pictures from the double-decker bus which runs every Friday at 9.20am from Cary Lane, Brigg, to Lincoln.
Amazingly, you can go to the county capital and back and get change from a fiver with Dent's, the local coach firm!
The Fridays-only bus goes through the settlements listed above, plus others like Snitterby, Bishop Norton, Atterby, Owmby-by-Spital and East Firsby before joining the A15 near Scampton and then terminating in the city centre.

PICTURED ABOVE: The Royal Oak at Snitterby - delightfully situated near the babbling brook. 

The Marquis of Granby at Waddingham

The Crown Inn at Glentham
The Bottle & Glass in Normanby-by-Spital  

The Red Lion at Redbourne  
The Wheatsheaf at Hibaldstow

The Sutton Arms at Scawby
The King William IV at Scawby Brook