MP officially opens new Buttercross

Brigg MP Andrew Percy formally reopens the Brigg Buttercross Building after its renovation work. He is pictured (right) watched by Town Mayor Carl Shewood and North Lincolnshire Tourism Officer Christine Edwards.
Brigg MP Andrew Percy formally reopens the Brigg Buttercross Building after its renovation work. He is pictured (right) watched by Town Mayor Carl Shewood and North Lincolnshire Tourism Officer Christine Edwards.
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Brigg’s Buttercross in 
Brigg has been officially 
reopened by town’s MP 
Andrew Percy.

The council has installed new facilities to bring it up-to-date and provide improved customer services.

A new meeting room with kitchen facilities has been created above the Tourist Information Centre, which will be available for groups and individuals to hire, and a lift has also been installed to provide easier access. The TIC has been refurbished, including alterations to the layout, with a larger front desk to enable staff to deal with enquiries more efficiently, and more storage capacity has been added.

Shoppers were invited into the meeting room to take part in the Brigg’s Best Banger sausage competition, being run as part of the Food Festival at the Farmers’ Market.

Residents and visitors alike were able to take a look at the transformation of the Buttercross as well as vote for their favourite sausage.