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Wrawby Horticultural Society Annual Show

Programmes, entry forms and rules can be collected from Vicarage Motors, Jolly Miller, St Mary’s Church, Wrawby Farm Shop, Lilac House Highfield Lane, and Brigg Tourist Information. Alternatively, download from our website.

Entries are accepted on show day 8am - 11am.

Can all cups and trophies be returned as soon as possible to Sean at Vicarage Motors.

Here are some details of Show classes:

  • Class 48 and 49 (Floral Art) - Table Decoration
  • Class 75 (photography) - Images of Wrawby.
  • Class 76 (photography) - Sport
  • Class 83 and 84 (children’s) - Writing
  • Class 91 (children’s photography) - Favourite Day Out

See programme for full details and many more classes.

New Bus Timetables Launching On 2nd July

Residents in Brigg and the surrounding villages will have better bus services when Hornsby’s launches new timetables on Monday, July 2nd. Improvements customers will see include a brand new quicker bus between Brigg and Scunthorpe, as well as more predictable timetables and, in some cases, more frequent services with better connection times.

The new X4 bus will provide a direct service between Scunthorpe and Brigg, via Lakeside, taking only 25 minutes, before continuing through via Wrawby, Barnetby, and Kirmington to Humberside Airport. The Service 4 will continue to run through Ashby and Broughton but on a more regular timetable. Other improvements will see Service 94 between Brigg and Kirton in Lindsey arrive in Brigg before continuing as the new X4 direct to Scunthorpe. Ticket prices on the new routes will be of a similar cost to existing fares.

Lincs Lotto Supports Wrawby Mill

Lincs Lotto is a weekly online lottery created to support local causes in North Lincolnshire.

Tickets are only £1 per week! With 60% going to local good causes such as Wrawby Windmill and prizes up to £25,000! We need your help so we can continue to protect this rare type of windmill!

A Big THANK YOU From Wrawby School

Wrawby St Mary’s CE Primary School would like to say a massive thank you to Parents and the PTFA for the new library furniture. The library is now up and running and is being used and enjoyed by the children. It is such an inviting space in which to think about and read books.

We would also like to thank Wold Court residents association and Brigg Biomass for their donation of 9 Viglen tablets and cases. We are delighted to receive these and the children will enjoy the benefits of using them. We also thank Wold Court for their kind donation of £260, which we are using to purchase quality texts in class sets linked to our themes for the forthcoming academic year.