Brigg business breathes new life into old town centre building
A combined new cafe, gift shop, workshops and art gallery officially opened in Brigg town centre on Saturday night.
A ceremony was held to mark the launch of Byrom & Steel - attended by invited guests.
They included the Town Mayor of Brigg, Councillor Carl Sherwood, and the Mayoress, Louise Mikkonen.
Many members of Brigg Town Council also attended.
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Visitors viewed an exhibition of paintings, drawings, pottery and acrylics, which is running until December 21.
A previously empty and run-down three-storey building on the corner of Market Place and Spring's Parade has been tastefully refurbished to create the new business.
The building was originally connected with the old Spring's jam and preserves factory - once a major employer in Brigg.
Next door to the Bryom & Steel building, the historic Woolpack Inn is currently being refurbished - inside and out.
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