We were happy to oblige over the weekend when asked to pen a special online Guide to Brigg - aimed at encouraging more people from Yorkshire, North Nottinghamshire and elsewhere in Lincolnshire to visit our town by train when the Saturday passenger service resumes in the near future.
We have mentioned pubs, niche shops, the farmers' market and buildings of note.
When this Guide to Brigg goes live on the web, through a campaigning forum supporting and marketing the Brigg Line, we'll let you know and provide a link.
Although aimed at people living far from Brigg, locals might be interested to read what we are recommending to day trippers.
We have mentioned the free printed leaflets about Brigg that are available at the end of Station Road, courtesy of the Brigg Town Business Partnership. September 19 is the all-important date when the passenger train service resumes, so having this box stocked with leaflets will be desirable. We are seeking confirmation that leaflet boxes don't fall foul of an anti-virus measure.
There's an early morning train from Sheffield, Worksop, Retford and Gainsborough. The first of the day from Cleethorpes and Grimsby arrives later but still gives visitors plenty of time to spend in Brigg. Connecting trains at Barnetby allow people from Market Rasen, Lincoln and other destinations to reach the town.
The request to write our feature came from the Independent Brigg Line Rail Group. Twitter - @IBLRG