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Nomads Tent Roadshow
THE NOMADS TENT COMES TO NUNNEY!
Rockfield House in Nunney has not had many occupants over its 200-year life. Thought to have been built and first occupied by Thomas Pinch of Bath, and briefly the Rectory, it was home to the notable Pre-Raphaelite artist and Sculptor Robert Bateman in the
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Dormouse workshop
DORMOUSE WORKSHOP
Dormice are one of our most iconic and appealing mammals. Many people will recognise the image of a sleeping dormouse, but dormice also tell us a lot about the landscapes in which they live. They are arboreal, meaning they live almost all of their lives in the
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Meantime at the chapel
MEANTIME AT THE CHAPEL
This autumn sees another season of Meantime events At The Chapel, curated by Emma Craigie. We open on Thursday 10 November with wildlife broadcaster Simon King, demonstrating how we can reclaim wildlife and change the world simply by recognising the difference
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SOMERSET ART WORKS OPEN STUDIOS
SOMERSET ART WORKS OPEN STUDIOS 17 SEPTEMBER–2 OCTOBER
208 venues are showing the work of nearly 300 artists the length and breadth of Somerset. Bruton is playing a big part, with new and exciting work from pupils at King’s School and Bruton School for Girls. The official Open Studios Festival Club
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Essay on Steinbeck
ESSAY ON STEINBECK
Alec Gilmore, an authority on John Steinbeck, has written a delightful essay on the author of The Grapes of Wrath and other important works in the literary firmament. Steinbeck spent several months in 1959 in Bruton, working on his retelling of the Arthurian
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Bruton Museum Casespace - Shift Works
Bruton Museum Casespace - Shift Works
Join us to celebrate 50 years of the shift dress. With Arts Council England funding, ten textile designers, known as Seam Collective are creatively exploring their cra to showcase contemporary textile design with ten shi dresses. Private view 12 noon Saturday
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Gallery bar Castle Cary
THE GALLERY IN CASTLE CARY OPEN NEW RESTAURANT
‘The Gallery’ in the Old Bank House, Castle Cary, are celebrating the expansion of their business to include an upstairs restaurant and beautiful sunny courtyard with a wood-fired pizza oven. The Gallery has been running the last few years as a successful
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Award winning pub commissions Dutch designer - Three Horse Shoes Batcombe
Award winning pub commissions Dutch designer
The landlords of the award winning pub 'The Three Horseshoes Inn' in Batcombe not only collaborate with local producers but also with local artists. Kav and Anna-Marie commissioned the Dutch designer Mies, who relocated to Batcombe 2 years ago, to create an art
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Bruton Town Planning for businesses
BRUTON TOWN PLANNING FOR BUSINESSES
Bruton has changed a lot in recent years and is going to continue to change. Local government has changed too, with budgets stretched to the point that we can no longer simply assume support from the District or County Council.
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Bruton coffee mornings at the Community Hall
BRUTON COMMUNITY HALL COFFEE MORNINGS
I am the new coordinator of the coffee mornings, which are held weekly in Bruton at the Community Hall on a Saturday morning between 10am and 12 noon. Every week a different band of volunteers arrangeS a morning to include: refreshments, a raffle, cake stall
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LADYBIRDS PRESCHOOL
LADYBIRDS PRESCHOOL
After an exciting summer, with visits to the Bruton Art Factory exhibitions, Jubilee Park and Bristol Zoo, we reopen on Monday 5 September and are already preparing for the admission of children on the 30 hours grant in September 2017. We
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LOCAL BUSINESSES: PLEASE HELP RAISE FUNDS FOR SCOUTS AND CUBS
LOCAL BUSINESSES: PLEASE HELP RAISE FUNDS FOR SCOUTS AND CUBS
We are appealing to local businesses to raise funds for the 3rd Bruton Scouts. We currently run three groups a week for young people aged between six and 14½ yrs, delivering a wide range of indoor activities and outdoor experiences including nights away to
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About Bruton

About Bruton

Bruton is a town of some 3,000 in the south-east corner of Somerset. Though smaller than some villages, it has a town council and mayor and is proud of its status as one of the smallest towns in England. Built in the valley of the River Brue, it is situated between Frome, Gillingham and ...

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