A Brigg pub and a parade of shops have received civic recognition for enhancing the look of the town centre.
Brigg Town Council's Civic Award winners for 2018 go to the Lord Nelson Hotel in the Market Place and the DDM, Teasdales and Age Concern shops on Wrawby Street.
The council says these buildings have improved the appearance of the town.
The Lord Nelson's refurbishment "has greatly enhanced the Market Place and Brigg town centre."
The refurbished parade of shops, owned by Graham Wilson, "has transformed a previously unsightly location at the heart of the town."
Town councillors agreed unanimously at their latest meeting that both schemes reflect "a great enhancement to the area."
The presentations will take place during the Town Mayor’s Civic Charity Banquet on Saturday, March 30 in the Angel Suite.
The Lord Nelson, which provides food, drink and accommodation, is owned by the Old Mill Brewery, Snaith.
Mine hosts are father and son, Richard and Jordan Smith.
Distinctive circular blue plaques can be seen adorning various Brigg buildings that won in previous years.
|The refurbished frontage of the Lord Nelson Hotel which has impressed Brigg Town Council - resulting in the civic award|
|The award-winning parade of shops on Wrawby Street, Brigg|