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There's lots going on in Brigg on Saturday 18th March!


The return of the Totally Locally Indie Market, the first one for 2023, plus Brigg's first ever Eco Fair, which you can find at The Methodist Church.

North Lincolnshire Libraries are running a British Science Week workshop with Lab Rascals at The Buttercross in the morning (SOLD OUT)

Children's author Beth Walker will be at The Rabbit Hole from 10am with free children's craft activities in keeping with her upcoming new book, Olly Brown, God of Hamsters. 

From 11am, Louise Swanson will be signing copies of her new novel, End of Story. Her debut release with Hodder & Stoughton, we have secured exclusive early release as End of Story won't officially be released until the 23rd March.


Meet locally based authors in The Heritage Centre.

Join us in The Buttercross at 3pm where we'll be gathering crime authors; Philippa East, Kate Evans, Tom Mead and Nell Pattison for a panel chat All About Crime.

Tickets are free but should reserved in advance via the link below.


And finishing the day will be Deep Six Blues, who will be performing at The Buttercross at 7pm. Again, tickets are free but should reserved in advance, either in store at The Rabbit Hole or via the link below.

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