Community

Workings in Tapestry

On Sunday 18 February, family duo Faelan and Clare Sydenham celebrate their long-awaited return to recital at St Mary’s, Bruton with a colourful collection of music, exploring the august earthen power of recorder and harpsichord repertoire in the Renaissance and Baroque eras intertwined with the evocative, vibrant compositions of the 20th century.

Tickets available £10 (advance) here or from Clare Sydenham at clare.sydpiano@gmail.com, or £12 on the door. Under 18’s free.

 

In Conversation with John Crace

John CraceThe Guardian’s Chief Sketch Writer, John Crace, will be in conversation with BBC’s Ritula Shah at St. Mary’s Church, Bruton on 14 March at 7.30pm. From Partygate and Boris Johnson’s farewell to Keir Starmer taking over Labour’s leadership - John will take us on a hilarious whirlwind tour of post-Brexit Britain, and speak about his book Depraved New World: Please Hold The Government Will Be With You Shortly.

The event is hosted by Agile Rabbit.

Book your tickets (£12–£15) at: www.agile-rabbit.com.

 

 

Brue Larder

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The Brue Larder receives donations of food and other essential items and distributes them locally to anyone in need. Brue Larder is run by volunteers.

To contact Brue Larder:

phone - 07392 581119

email - bruelarder@brutontown.com

The items needed each week vary, depending on people's needs and what is held in stock.

 

Bruton Community Hall

The Community Hall at Plox is run by an independent committee. Enquiries and bookings can be made via their website at www.brutoncommunityhall.com

 

One Planet Bruton

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One Planet Bruton is a community group working towards a sustainable future. You can visit its website here: One Planet Bruton

The group has recently prepared some handy tips for reducing energy use when cooking at home: Low Energy Cooking Tips.pdf

 

good company

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good company is Bruton’s local community interest company. Volunteer-run, the company was conceived and set up in 2021 to make it as easy as possible for residents and businesses to help make Bruton an even better place to live in: by giving money, time or both. At the moment (early 2023) amongst other things the company supports Brue Larder – Bruton’s food bank and Bruton Supports Ukraine, and is raising funds for the BruBowl, a new local skatepark.

To get involved or find out more visit: goodcompanybruton.org