offical Bruton Town website - photo by Vincent Evans
9 February 2016 7°C
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Bruton Spiral of Light 2016
Spiral of Light
STOP PRESS THE SPIRAL OF LIGHT HAS HAD TO BE POSTPONED UNTIL SATURDAY 27 FEBRUARY BECAUSE OF A SEVERE WEATHER WARNING FOR SATURDAY 6TH
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Bruton Dub Club - One Style MDV
Bruton Dub Club - One Style MDV
Saturday 20 February. Being Mat’s birthday, the February show is always extra special and this time is no exception. From Hackney we have a welcome return of his favourite live reggae band, One Style MDV, featuring both Gaven and Empress Lyan-S on vocals. J
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The Culture Trip 2015 award for Bruton
The Culture Trip picks Bruton as its Somerset Local Favourite 2015
The Culture Trip has picked its ten coolest neighbourhoods in the UK, and Bruton is the Somerset Local Favourite. A small town of 3,000 nestled in Somerset’s River Brue valley may not seem the likeliest contender for one of Britain’s coolest neighbourhoods,
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SOUTH WEST TRAINS PROMOTES VISITS TO BRUTON
South West Trains promotes visits to Bruton
Created in collaboration with Brutontown.com and Hauser & Wirth Somerset, A guide to visiting Bruton has been featured on South West Trains’ website as part of a promotional campaign for the new services running from London Waterloo. The guide provides some useful
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Bruton Museum casespace - Bruton Folk
Bruton Museum casespace - Bruton Folk
The new casespace exhibition at the Museum, Bruton Folk, from 3 December 2015 to 30 January 2016, is by photographers Andrew Goverd, Louise Bates and Richard Crompton. It shows photographic portraits of well-known characters in Bruton in 1984,
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Direct train to and from London
Direct train to and from London
The inauguration of the direct train service between Bruton and London Waterloo took place on Monday 14 December. The first train leaves London at 12.50, arriving at Bruton Station at 15.18. The first train from Bruton leaves at 17.10, arriving at Waterloo
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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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