Seeing the fenced off demolition site on Friday set us thinking about the times we visited the sports hall/design centre off Grammar School Road.
Its removal from the sporting scene follows the building of the new Vale Academy premises, replacing buildings erected in the late 1950s to create the Glanford and Westmoor Secondary Modern Schools which became Brigg Secondary (in the 1970s) and then Vale of Ancholme.
The sports hall/design centre was erected in the late 1960s or early 1970s.
Brigg Town Cricket Club used to have winter net sessions there for some years.
We also recall undertaking a bit of indoor hockey training there with the Brigg men's club when a prolonged snowy spell made the grass pitches at The Rec unplayable.
Not our sports but wasn't it also used for league basketball and netball?
The removal of the sports hall building is another chapter in the changing face of Brigg.
Directly opposite, on Grammar School Road, the Ancholme Inn (built in the early 1960s) was demolished in recent years, to be replaced by new homes.
Next to the Ancholme Inn was Ernie Robinson's convenience shop (later Reid's) which made way for housing some years ago.
The chippie - at the corner of Grammar School Road and Preston Drive - is still in business and serving a tasty 'one of each'.
However, apart from the takeaway, this small area of the town has changed entirely.