A new shop opened in Brigg at the weekend.
It is in Chapel Court, near the town's main Old Courts Road car park.
The grand opening of the Cure DM CIC Myotonic Dystrophy support shop took place on Saturday afternoon.
The Congenital Myotonic Dystrophy Fight Fund exists to help those with Myotonic Dystrophy, their families and carers.
Congenital Myotonic Dystrophy is a long term disorder that affects muscle function.
Ken Harrison, from Brigg Matters Magazine, was at the launch.
He told Brigg Blog that coinciding with the opening of the Congenital Myotonic Dystrophy (CMD) charity shop, based at Rosa in Chapel Court, Brigg Town Mayor, Coun Sharon Riggall, was offered the opportunity to present cheques - proceeds from Brigg's Tree Of Remembrance - to deserving groups.
Ken has kindly supplied these pictures.
Read more about the shop and its aims through this link...
|A cheque for to the Congenital Myotonic Dystrophy Fight Fund|
|A presentation to Brigg Live Arts being made to representative Roberta Fulford, right, by Town Mayor Coun Sharon Riggall and Brigg Town Business Partnership's Coun Deb Dunderdale, left.|
|The Brigg Town Mayor presents a cheque to Kate White, from the Brigg Carers' Support Centre on Redcombe Lane. Also in the picture is Coun Deb Dunderdale, representing the Brigg Town Business Partnership (BTBP).|
|The new Brigg shop prior to opening.|