Fingers crossed for fine weather tomorrow (Saturday, September 23) while the once-a-month Brigg Farmers' Market is operating in the town centre from 9am until 3pm.
North Lincolnshire Council's award-winning market has now been running with great success for 16 years.
It offers shoppers the chance to buy a range of produce, including cheese, bread and meat.
The farmers' market operates alongside the stalls of the Saturday general market, extended along part of Wrawby Street.
It all adds up to a bumper pay day for stall-holders, while nearby shops and eateries benefit from the increased footfall.
An antiques fair will be held in Brigg tomorrow (Saturday, September 23).
It will take place in the Buttercross - above the Tourist Information Centre - from 9.30am to 1.30pm.
Entry is free and refreshments are available.
Also open tomorrow will be the new Captivity and Confinement Exhibition at Brigg Heritage Centre, in the Angel building.
Go along and see what Pingley Camp, on the outskirts of Brigg, was like during the Second World War when German and Italian prisoners-of-war were housed there.
The admission-free centre is open from 10am to 3pm on Saturdays.
PICTURED: A previous September farmers' market in Brigg.