Bruton Town Council is delighted to welcome you to the brand-new town website. We want you to be able to find the answer to almost any query about Bruton. A place to eat and drink and a fitness class or sports club to work off the consequences, a B&B for when friends come to stay, somewhere to amuse your children, a musical event or an art exhibition, details of transport, hospitals, schools, taxis – all this and much, much more is here for you. The two main sections are devoted to local businesses and community activities, and you can find out who’s on the Council as well, or look at photographs of the town and its amenities. A new Architecture feature is coming shortly, covering both Bruton’s historic buildings and exciting new developments.
Something we’ve been careful to ensure is that the website is easily accessible on smartphones and tablets, so you can access it wherever you are.
A website like this is useful if it is accurate, useless if it’s not. That accuracy depends on those who supply the information. So if there’s a change to your business hours or your group’s phone number or email, or if you notice that something is incorrect, please let me know. We would love you to supply photos to go with your entry, if you haven’t already done so. And we welcome submissions to the Photo Gallery.
We very much hope you like it, and will have fun browsing and perhaps discovering aspects of Bruton that you didn’t know about – we love our town and want everyone to enjoy the experience of living or visiting here.
brutontown.com is the official website of Bruton, Somerset, commissioned by Bruton Town Council via the Bruton Community Partnership. The site was designed and built by Phil Simpson, based on a graphic identity by Lucy or Robert.
Contact us: the editor is Elisabeth Balfour, email@example.com.
Every effort has been made to obtain copyright permission for all imagery and we apologise for any inadvertent errors or omissions, and appeal to readers to draw them to our attention for future revision.
Opinions expressed may not always reflect those of Bruton Town Council.
Bruton Town Council and the Editor reserve the right to alter or omit any inappropriate material.
We are unable to check the credentials of people offering services of any kind on this website, and cannot take responsibility for any problems that may arise. Please check carefully before entering any agreements or making any payments, and advise us if you have reason to believe that there is any dishonesty involved.
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Image of Radić Pavilion, designed by Smiljan Radić, 2014, Hauser & Wirth Somerset, 2015. Photo: Ken Adlard