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Monthly Archives: May 2016

Youth Cinema Summer Film School

Youth Cinema Summer Film School

Monday 18 July–Saturday 23 July 10am–4pm. 
This course is for young people aged 15–24 years old and it will run at Sexey’s School Drama Studio, Bruton, Somerset.
The course is 100% practical. It will teach you how to make a short film over six days. You will create a story, shoot and edit your film. You will learn practical skills enabling you to begin making films on your own. 
Your final film will be presented at Hauser and Wirth, Somerset, in front of an audience in September 2016.

Venue: Artist Rooms and The Wilson Gallery.

The cost of this course is £195.00. 
The class size will be very limited and a deposit of £40.00 will secure your place.
 To book a place email us@youthcinema.co.uk


Get started with film
16 – 25 and into film but out of work? Join our FREE 1-week course!
– Work with industry professionals to explore the process of film making
– Gain a Bronze Arts Award
– Meet new people and improve your confidence
– Show your film at an end of programme celebration event
– Receive up to three months’ progression support from the Prince’s Trust to help you find further work or training

The programme runs from 4th to the 8th of July and travel cots and lunch will be provided.

Interested?
To register your interest or for more information pleace email enquires.bristol@princes-trust.org.uk or text FILM to 07909 545 027.

LOCAL BUSINESSES: PLEASE HELP RAISE FUNDS FOR SCOUTS AND CUBS

LOCAL BUSINESSES: PLEASE HELP RAISE FUNDS FOR SCOUTS AND CUBS

We are appealing to local businesses to raise funds for the 3rd Bruton Scouts. We currently run three groups a week for young people aged between six and 14½ yrs, delivering a wide range of indoor activities and outdoor experiences including nights away to develop life skills, build confidence and promote positive behaviour in local… Continue Reading

THE AURIN GIRLS’ CHOIR FROM HUNGARY

THE AURIN GIRLS’ CHOIR FROM HUNGARY

The choir, from the Kodály Music School, Kecskemét, Hungary, will be giving a concert on Tuesday 21 June at 7.30pm in St Mary’s Church, Bruton (conductor: László Durányik). One of the leading girls’ choirs in the world, they have won twenty first prizes in international Competitions and two gold medals – World Choir Games, China,… Continue Reading

Bruton Town Plan: have your say at the Packhorse Fair

Bruton Town Plan: have your say at the Packhorse Fair

The Bruton public will have their first chance to help create a new plan for the town at the Packhorse Fair on 30 May 2016. The Western Gazette caught up with town councillors, members of the Bruton Community Partnership and others on 12 May. Town Councillor James Hood said, ‘Bruton has changed a lot in… Continue Reading

SIDE BY SIDE WITH PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN SOMERSET

A local charity is seeking volunteers for a new service to help people with dementia to keep doing the things they love. Side by Side is a free service from Alzheimer’s Society that provides one-to-one support, making it easier for people with dementia, who might sometimes feel isolated or find it difficult to leave their… Continue Reading

LOCAL BUSINESSES: PLEASE HELP RAISE FUNDS FOR SCOUTS AND CUBS

We are appealing to local businesses to raise funds for the 3rd Bruton Scouts. We currently run three groups a week for young people aged between six and 14½ yrs, delivering a wide range of indoor activities and outdoor experiences including nights away to develop life skills, build confidence and promote positive behaviour in local… Continue Reading

Casespace this month: Any Old Iron

Casespace this month: Any Old Iron

Three centuries of ironing technology. An intriguing collection of flat irons, including an interesting variety of laundry products, collected by the late Phil Clements, a resident of Bruton. Also being shown in public for the first time are items of Queen Victoria’s undergarments, loaned by CHAC Yeovil. Continue Reading

Man on Bench – Sculpture by Giles Penny

Man on Bench – Sculpture by Giles Penny

Artist Giles Penny has been asked by Bruton Town Council to lend his sculpture ‘Man on Bench’ to the town for a second year so that we can raise the funds to buy it and keep it as a permanent feature in Bruton. Giles has already invested a substantial amount of his time and money… Continue Reading

BRUTON TOWN PLAN

A fresh Town Plan is going to be essential if we are to raise the money we need to continue to make improvements to Bruton. The plan will be of little use unless residents and others know about it and broadly agree with what is in it. People need to contribute. Your first chance to… Continue Reading

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