With an estimated 2,000 crowd, the Christmas lights switch-on 2019 in Brigg town centre proved popular on Friday night (November 29) in chilly but fine weather.
It was accompanied by a Christmas Fair & Market organised by Brigg District Lions, while many shops, businesses and eateries stayed open late into the evening.
Brigg Town Council provided the illuminations, while many people browsed the various stalls and stands set out in the Market Place, Wrawby Street, the Angel Suite and St John's Church Hall.
Our thanks go to Ken Harrison, of Brigg Matters magazine, for these pictures taken on the evening.
Above we see excited sisters, Evie & Lily, who met Father Christmas in the Lions' Bandstand Grotto.
"During the period, Father Christmas stabled his reindeer and sleigh at John Reid's Transport on Atherton Way," Ken reveals.
Brigg Town Mayor Coun Sharon Riggall and Deputy Town Mayor Coun Brian Parker met many townsfolk during the evening.
The Vale Academy Orchestra was among a number of groups providing live music from the stage during the evening.
Click here to view 16 more pictures taken at the event and a report about some of the attractions on offer...
|The Vale Academy Orchestra performing.|
|Brigg Town Mayor Coun Sharon Riggall with Deputy Mayor Coun Brian Parker, left, and Mike Storey, a former chairman of Brigg Town Council's Planning & Environment Committee.|