offical Bruton Town website - photo by Gareth Griffiths
6 December 2019 10°C

What’s on in Bruton

December 6, 2019
  • Mini Constultations

    Grab the chance to discuss your health concerns with a registered Nutritional Therapist in a convenient mini consultation.

    This is a great chance to get a professional opinion about the potential underlying cause(s) of niggling symptoms, or to look at your diet and give you some tweaks to make it even better. This would be most useful if you are a vegetarian or vegan and keen to know whether you are meeting your nutritional needs.

    I have run these before and they have been really popular, but I don't think I will doing these again, at least for the next six months, so grab the opportunity while you can!

    To book, email or call 07816757050

    9:00 am Monchique, 7 High Street

December 7, 2019
  • Festive Family Saturday

    Hauser & Wirth Somerset invites families into the gallery for Family Saturdays on the first Saturday of every month. These free sessions offer families a unique experience of art, design and nature.

    The December Family Saturday celebrates the festive season and sees the arrival of the Christmas tree. This session will include making Christmas decorations inspired by the current exhibitions ‘David Smith. Field Work’ and ‘Bharti Kher. A Wonderful Anarchy’.

    There will be face painting and a specially designed activity sheet for families who wish to explore the exhibitions further.

    This is a free event, however in order to avoid disappointment advanced booking is recommended. To book a place please email or call +44 (0) 1749 814 060 [ID:423]

    10:00 am Hauser & Wirth

December 12, 2019
  • An evening with Nimco Ali

    In her new book 'What We’re Told Not To Talk About (But We’re Going To Anyway)' social activist Nimco Ali disregards all taboos to bring us the stories of fourteen women from forty-two countries, giving a voice to women from all walks of life whose experiences we might never have heard.

    What do you do when you’re living on the streets and on your period? How do we learn to love our bodies again after they’ve been abused? Nimco faces questions that have often been silenced as improper or impolite.

    Tickets £20 including one course supper after the event from:

    Clubroom bar open from 6.30pm
    Event starts at 7pm

    Please let At The Chapel know if you are unable to use your ticket as there is often a waiting list. [ID:412]

    7:00 pm At The Chapel

  • From the fire feasts: INFERNO TABLE PORK

    Feasts are seated at long sharing table with food served direct from the fires.

    Menu: Fennel & clove salt rubbed pork, hot pickled apples, Somerset cider, charred hispi cabbage, carrots and potato bake.

    Spaces must be booked in advance: seats are £25 pp and include main and a pudding (half price for under 12’s)

    All dietary requirements can be catered for with advice upon booking.
    Contact the reservations team on: T: 01749 814 700 or
    E: [ID:397]

    7:30 pm Roth Bar