Situated in North Lincolnshire Brigg has an extensive offering of things to do. The town is home to a number of fairs throughout the year including specialised events which includes the Lincolnshire Music and Drama Festival in March, a beer festival in May, and the Briggstock Acoustic Music Festival in early September.
Brigg is well known for its number of traditional pubs with one in particular, The Yarborough Hunt, has won awards for its extensive selection of quality real ales. There are also the essential public facilities throughout the town which include two health centres, a library, a heritage centre, tourist information centre and multiple playgrounds dotted throughout the town.
If sport is more your thing then Brigg is home to Brigg Town Football Club, which is claimed to have been established in 1863 making the team, allegedly, the oldest association football club in Lincolnshire and among the oldest surviving clubs in the world.
Brigg also has an excellent range of primary and secondary schools and all of the villages have easy access to outstanding educational facilities. There are additional colleges at both Scunthorpe and Grimsby together with popular universities Lincoln and Hull both within 25 miles.
Brigg is a town well suited for those wish to have a number of other towns and cities, situated in the north midlands and Yorkshire and Humberside, close to home. The main form of transport to and from Brigg is by road, with the A18 and A1084 passing through the town. The M180 also bypasses the town meaning the town is extremely well connecting to the local cities of Hull and Lincoln.
A bus service operates in the town, where it mostly travles to Scunthorpe, but also stops at in the intermediate villages mentioned previously. Brigg Rsilway station is on the Grimsby branch of the Sheffield to Lincoln line, however, the passenger service is limited with only six trains a week, all on Saturdays.