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10 December 2016 12°C
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Bruton Christmas Evening 2016
BRUTON’S LATE NIGHT CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EVENING 2016
This takes place on Wednesday 7 December at 6pm. We will be welcoming Father Christmas, aka Santa Claus, whose magical Grotto will be set up in the Sun Inn. He should be ready to see the kids from 6.15pm. There will be lots of stalls on the High Street
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Bruton Choral Society - Carols by Candlelight
BRUTON CHORAL SOCIETY - CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT
The choir’s Carols by Candlelight concert is on Friday 16 December, 7.30pm at Bruton School for Girls. An event not to be missed! As ever, there will be mulled wine, mince pies and audience participation in an atmospheric candlelit evening of medieval
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Important Travel Information
IMPORTANT TRAVEL NOTICE
Christmas travel to London: Paddington Station will be completely closed from Christmas Eve morning until afternoon of 29 December. GWR services will terminate at various points on the Underground so that passengers can continue their journeys into London
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Bruton Museum casespace: John Waters - Somerset 'Time Passing'
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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Bruton Dub Club Jungle Smash
Bruton Dub Club - Annual Jungle Smash
The annual Jungle Smash is on Saturday 10 December. Dubplate Sessions are linking up with Bruton Dub Club to bring you a night full of Jungle and Drum and Bass, with some of the hottest local artists bringing heavy tunes! Strictly good vibes as usual.
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an evening with Christa D’Souza
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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Bruton casespace - PRUE PIPER Slip decorated earthenware
PRUE PIPER - Slip decorated earthenware
Prue Piper’s fantastical decorated earthenware zings with colour and life, testament to her love of diverse cultures. Museums and nature are a source of inspiration, “I tend to rip off patterns, shapes, ideas from all over the world, Indonesia, Columbia,
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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 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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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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