Some Brigg bars are now busy preparing their beer gardens in the countdown to licensed premises being permitted to reopen for outdoor 'table service' only as the Government removes one of its Coronavirus emergency lockdown restrictions.
Brigg & District Servicemen's Club, located in the town centre, will be reopening its beer garden, near Coney Court and Old Courts Road, from Tuesday, April 13.
Brigg Town Football Club, which has a licensed bar at its Hawthorns ground, has confirmed it will be reopening on the earliest date allowed and with additional outdoor seating being added.
The club says it is looking forward to seeing everyone back in what it calls the biggest beer garden in Brigg, from Monday, April 12.
"We’ve added more tables, plus don’t forget we still have the FREE play area for kids, as well as the giant bouncy castle," Brigg Town FC points out.
The Hawthorns has a beer garden adjoining the main entrance and also has bench seating on the adjoining grassy area which borders the pedestrian-only access to the ground along the 'ten-foot from Hawthorn Avenue.
The beer garden and children's play area are fairly recent additions and not everyone in Brigg will be aware these facilities are available courtesy of BTFC - defined as a community interest club.