Brigg Blog's forecast that live music, markets and the launch of a new shop in Brigg at the weekend would prove popular proved to be correct.
Saturday (February 26) saw people visiting the Throttle Worx motor-cycle accessories and apparel shop on School Court to see what's on offer and meet the staff on its first day.
This coincided with a big attendance for North Lincolnshire Council's monthly Brigg Farmers' Market and adjoining general market in the town centre.
Weather conditions were ideal for browsing the stalls - dry and sunny with the temperature around 50F (10C).
Queues formed at a number of stalls, including Redhill (meat) and Lincolnshire Poacher (cheese).
Saturday night, as expected, saw a sizeable audience for a gig by well-known local singers Rachel Day & Mash (Ian Baxter) at Market Place venue the Woolpack, with many audience members taking to the dance floor during the duo's performance which included many popular tunes from past decades.
PICTURED ABOVE: Rachel Day & Mash performing their gig at the Woolpack, the launch of Throttle Worx, and Brigg Farmers' Market shoppers on Saturday, February 26, 2022.
|Singers Rachel Day and Mash performing at the Woolpack in Brigg on February 26, 2022|
|Inside Throttle Worx on the Brigg shop's opening day, February 2022.|
|Busy scenes at Brigg Farmers' Market, February 2022.|