offical Bruton Town website - photo by John Waters
26 February 2017 11°C
This month...
Bruton Town Planning for businesses
The results of the Bruton Town Plan Survey
The results of the Town Plan Survey were announced on 7 February. They form very important reading for all Brutonians and inhabitants of the area around, so do please have a look at them on the Town Council link
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Youth Cinema acting and filmaking courses
Youth Cinema acting and filmmaking courses
Bath Youth Cinema Course Auditions 2 March 2017 A year-long course for 13–19 year olds, starting in March 2017 in Bath. Students study professional American performance techniques with an award-winning film director and build up to the creation of cinema
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South Somerset's Health Walks Scheme
Every Thursday at 11am starting on 16 Feb we will set off on a Bruton Health Walk. The walk will be generally flat, covering a mixture of pavement and fields in dry weather. Please wear suitable footwear. Walks last around 40 minutes. Meet at the Bruton Museum
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Bruton Museum casespace Melodie Mayne Illustrations for the Bach music essences
Bruton Museum Casespace - Illustrations for the Bach music essences
Melodie Mayne Illustrations for the Bach music essences Music Essences, a project created by Violinist and healer Katalin Kertesz, harnesses the power of J. S. Bach's music for healing, and was the inspiration for artist Melodie Mayne to create 32 accompanying
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Bruton Cycling Club
We are a non-denominational and wholly inclusive cycling club, with the motto ‘For the people, for the road’ – a friendly club with a range of different abilities from beginners to experienced riders. We pride ourselves on being an on-going celebration
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The winter season of Meantime events At The Chapel
The winter season of Meantime events At The Chapel, curated by Emma Craigie, begins with Satish Kumar on 12 January (sold out). It continues with an evening on English PEN, with Alice Oswald, Jonathan Dimbleby, Andrew Miller, Viv Groskop and Maureen Freely,
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Somerset Time Passing exhibition at Bruton Museum casespace
Bruton Museum casespace - Somerset 'Time Passing'
John Waters has been a freelance wildlife cameraman for over 20 years. Filming has taken him from the Arctic to the tropical rainforest and almost every environment in between, but he is always glad to get back to Somerset. We will be screening John’s
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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 ...