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Jar Family
The Jar Family performing at Caryford Community Hall
The Jar Family will be performing at Caryford Community Hall, Castle Cary on Saturday 29  July. They are a Hartlepool-based band who have supported Alabama 3 on two UK tours.  At  a recent gig at the David Hall, South Petherton, the
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Mammals on the road app
New app created to engage new audiences with wildlife conservation
A new Mammals on Roads app for iOS9 and above, and Android 7, has been created to enable sightings of Britain’s mammals to be recorded on the move, allowing wildlife charity People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) to identify changes in population numbers and help
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EGGSTRA, EGGSTRA – EXHIBITION OF DECORATED EGGS
EGGSTRA, EGGSTRA – EXHIBITION OF DECORATED EGGS
A collection of decorated eggs from Romania will be the centrepiece of an exhibition from 11 July – 28 September at Bruton’s Museum in the High Street. The eggs belong to the Horniman Museum and Gardens in Forest Hill, London, and are on loan to Bruton as
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Recycling permits carousel
Recycling site permit success brings weekend access
Somerset’s vehicle permits scheme has proved so successful that councillors have, after carefully listening to the views of users, decided to relax it to allow vans, pick-ups and car-towed trailers access whenever recycling sites are open. Established last year, the
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Bruton Art Society Exhibition carousel
BRUTON ART SOCIETY, ANNUAL EXHIBITION, KING’S SCHOOL BRUTON, 19–26 AUGUST 2017
In August the Society will be holding its annual exhibition in the Memorial Hall of King’s Bruton. The exhibition will be held from Saturday 19 to Saturday 26 August. It will be open daily, including Sunday
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Track Tales
Track Tales
East Somerset Railway are hoping to add some community heritage to their museum as part of a new project. They are looking for people who used the ESR Cranmore line, either as passengers or for working life, prior to its closure in the 1960s. Stories, photos, anecdotes
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MAKE YOUR GARDEN A STAG BEETLE SANCTUARY
MAKE YOUR GARDEN A STAG BEETLE SANCTUARY
Mid to late May marks the time of year when stag beetles (Lucanus cervus) are likely to be seen, as warmer evenings draw them above ground to find a mate and reproduce. However, despite being Britain’s largest land beetle, they are also one of Britain’s rarer beetles
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Little Conservationists
Little Conservationists: Teaching the Next Generation to Love Bruton’s Outdoors
Little Conservationists: Teaching the Next Generation to Love Bruton’s Outdoors From Prior Park to Tintinhull Gardens, Somerset is home to some of England’s most beautiful gardens and green spac
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Text in Time - Bruton Museum casespace
TEXT IN TIME
This show has been curated by Arthaus, Hauser & Wirth Somerset’s youth group. The items selected all have one thing in common: text and typeface. Text plays an important role not only in the art world but in everyday life
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Wherewestbegins
WHEREWESTBEGINS
We had such a great time at the Hauser & Wirth Somerset ‘Sound of Silent’ film festival, hosting 70 children and parents to Charlie Chaplin, and filling the big gallery with Yeovil’s Castaway Th
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Wednesday Morning Writing Workshops with Susan Elderkin
Wednesday Morning Writing Workshops
Wednesday Morning Writing Workshops in Bruton with local author Susan Elderkin.Wednesdays, 9.30-1pm, starting 26th April 2017.It’s one thing deciding you want to write, and quite another getting started
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Living with Mammals
HOW MANY OF BRITAIN’S WILD MAMMALS HAVE YOU SEEN?
Wildlife charity People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) is calling on Somerset volunteers to answer this question by taking part in their annual Living with Mammals survey, which asks the public to record sightings of Britain’s wild mammals
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Track Tales

Track Tales

East Somerset Railway are hoping to add some community heritage to their museum ...

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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