Several thousand copies of the latest issue of Brigg Matters magazine are currently being delivered to households and commercial properties within the town and some surrounding communities.
The Summer 2021 edition is the 61st, and this year marks the 'not for profit' magazine's 20th anniversary.
It is produced by a team of volunteers and well supported by local businesses through advertising.
Pictured on the front cover of the current issue is Paul Hildreth, a retired teacher and former Brigg footballer and cricketer, who has won a national award relating to geology in which he has taken a keen interest for years.
He is a member of the Brigg Matters committee, and provides his latest update on local shops and other businesses.
Local historian Josie Webb has contributed several interesting articles to the latest magazine.
There is also a topical feature about cycling within Brigg's pedestrian area, headlined To mount or dismount, that is the question.
Brigg Town Council has its usual supplement, with contributions from the Town Clerk and the Town Mayor - Coun Sharon Riggall's last as she has now been succeeded by Coun Brian Parker.
For more information about this popular quarterly magazine, visit www.briggmatters.co.uk
If you want to get in touch with the editorial or advertising team, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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