offical Bruton Town website - photo by Vincent Evans
5 July 2015 16°C
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At the Chapel - Pop up shop
Pop Up Shop - At the Chapel
Pop up shop summer sale, Thursday 2nd July 2015 in the clubroom 9am–6pm. Original products from established designers and new talent. Shoes, espadrilles and playful beach bags from The Jacksons, silk crepe dresses and shirts in beautiful prints by Henrietta Bevan, vintage dres
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Solving Bruton Abbey
Solving Bruton Abbey
A non-residential conference in the precinct of the former Abbey and Berkeley Mansion. Learn about the medieval context of the Augustinian Monastery and the Bruton branch of the Berkeley family in Tudor England. Recent fieldwork and geophysical surveys will be presented and discusse
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Bruton Reggae Fest
Bruton Reggae Fest
Saturday 11 July. The Bruton (Unionist) Club. In the hall and outside on the back green. Bruton Dub Club brings you the best in live reggae and beyond at its first one-day festival. Featuring Bristol’s full Roots Inspiration Sound System bringing their heavyweight roots reg
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Made in Bruton - Pop-up Shop
New Pop-Up Shop at the Blue Ball
A new shop selling unique hand-made products will be popping up at the Blue Ball in Bruton from 19 May. MADE IN BRUTON will offer a wide range of good-quality, locally produced items, whether you are looking for a gift or a treat for yourself. The shop will initially be open for one month
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Image of Radić Pavilion, designed by Smiljan Radić, 2014, Hauser & Wirth Somerset, 2015. Photo: Ken Adlard
Hauser & Wirth Somerset
The Radić Pavilion (the Serpentine Gallery 2014 Pavilion), designed by the Chilean architect Smiljan Radić, was launched at Durslade Farm, Bruton, in March. To coincide with this, a season of exhibitions, events and installations exploring the nature of collaboration between architecture
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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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