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  • click image to view Barton upon Humber

    Barton upon Humber

    Barton upon Humber is home to many of North Lincolnshire’s much loved attractions. The historic streets are lined with atmospheric Georgian properties, bustling shops and helpful stores. Once a traditional market town, Barton has kept its original charm and is easy to get to. The town is known for its creative thinking and celebrating its iconic […]
  • click image to view Baysgarth House Museum

    Baysgarth House Museum

    Set in 30 acres of parkland, this Grade II listed building is a beautiful example of Georgian architecture and the perfect setting for a family day out.
  • click image to view Bouncy Land

    Bouncy Land

    Bouncyland a fun filled day for the whole family based in Kirton Lindsey. Open school holidays and weekends with Fair rides, Bouncy castles, zip wires and much more. All rides and castles are included in price with adults entry free. On site facilities include: Sweet stall, Burger van, Gin Bar, Hook a Duck, Ice Cream […]
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    Brigg is definitely one of the best for independent shopping and has a fantastic farmers’ markets, on the fourth Saturday of every month (December dates may vary) in addition to the traditional market which takes place every Thursday. The snug “courts” and “yards” have the most unusual shops. From finding those special one-off pieces to […]
  • click image to view Brigg Farmers' Market

    Brigg Farmers' Market

    Brigg Farmer’s Market  This award-winning market in Brigg is held on the fourth Saturday of every month and attracts visitors from far and wide ready to sample the best of what North Lincolnshire has to offer.  Locally reared meats are available on the market in the form of sausages, joints, steaks, burgers, sausage rolls and […]
  • click image to view Brigg Ghost Walks

    Brigg Ghost Walks

    Hear tales of Cavaliers and Roundheads during the English Civil War, of John Wesley preaching to turbulent crowds and discover who haunts the room behind the balcony at The Angel. Organised by BASH, a local history group in Brigg.
  • click image to view Brigg Heritage Centre

    Brigg Heritage Centre

    A warm welcome awaits you at the Brigg Heritage Centre. Situated on the first floor of The Angel, a former 17th Century coaching inn the Brigg Heritage Centre is a labyrinth of rooms and discoveries. The star exhibit, the Bronze age ‘Raft’ found nearby in the river Ancholme, sets the scene for a fascinating journey, […]
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    Cafe INDIE

    Cafe Indie is a cafe, music venue and youth work project. In the day, we’re a relaxed Cafe hosting a wide range of groups, friends and customers – staffed by our youth work team and young volunteers. In the evening, we become an arts venue – hosting live music, poetry and exhibitions. Please see our […]
  • click image to view Cafe Natura - Bottesford & Yaddlethorpe Visitors Centre

    Cafe Natura - Bottesford & Yaddlethorpe Visitors Centre

    The coffee shop and visitor centre is a perfect welcome rest stop for those out exploring the Beck or for those taking on the 10-mile Ironstone Walk around Scunthorpe. The centre is home to information boards about the local area and the wildlife that call the Beck home. The Natura Coffee Shop welcomes visitors and […]
  • click image to view Cameron Huggins Blacksmith - Redbourne

    Cameron Huggins Blacksmith - Redbourne

    Award-Winning Traditional Blacksmith based in Redbourne, North Lincs, using hammer and tongs to create one of a kind pieces. Cameron works full time as a Blacksmith creating commissioned pieces and work for local suppliers. A traditional village forge in the heart of Rural Lincolnshire.  The earliest recorded evidence of the forge’s existence comes from a […]