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Monthly Archives: November 2016

Bruton Dub Club – Annual 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.

The Bruton Club, Quaperlake Street, Bruton BA10 0HQ. Bruton Club bar opens 7pm, doors 8pm till midnight. £5 tickets from 01749 813 244; info@unionistclubbruton.co.uk.

Bruton Museum casespace – 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 time-lapse lm of Somerset alongside some of his landscape photography. Private… Continue Reading

IMPORTANT TRAVEL NOTICE

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. All trains from Castle Cary will stop at Ealing Broadway, some four miles short of Paddington. This is the starting… Continue Reading

LIVE MUSIC AND WINE TASTING EVENT

LIVE MUSIC AND WINE TASTING EVENT

Sunday 4 December (3pm–6pm) Music provided by the popular West Country folk duo Mitchell and Vincent, who play traditional music from the British Isles with a unique take on fiddle and classical guitar. The Somerset Wine Co. will host an informal tasting event of fine wines. Entrance ticket, £8, includes either sampling of 6 wines… Continue Reading

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, the Aztecs.” A biochemist by profession, she began working with clay at lessons in Frome… Continue Reading

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