Brewham Road development: 111 residents give their views

111 residents attended a consultation arranged by Acorn Property Group at the Unionist Club yesterday. This was the first public...

The future of Bruton Library

There has been widespread publicity about Somerset County Council's decision to close a number of its libraries, including Bruton, unless...

An enterprise centre for Bruton: your chance to have your say

Somerset County Council are considering investing in creating an enterprise centre in Bruton to support local businesses and to help new...

Bruton Town Plan one year on

Bruton's Town Plan was published in June 2017. One year later a lot has been done, but there's a lot still to do. The table below shows...

Recycling centres now take more plastic packaging

All 16 Somerset recycling sites can now take rigid plastic food and other household pots, tubs and trays (PTT) in the skips also used for...

Brewham Road development: 111 residents give their views

111 residents attended a consultation arranged by Acorn Property Group at the Unionist Club yesterday. This was the first public presentation of Acorn's early proposals for development on land to the south of Brewham Road. Bruton Town Councillors were invited to a...

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The future of Bruton Library

There has been widespread publicity about Somerset County Council's decision to close a number of its libraries, including Bruton, unless a Community Group takes them over. The decision has not come as a surprise, and the Trustees of Bruton Library have been working...

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An enterprise centre for Bruton: your chance to have your say

Somerset County Council are considering investing in creating an enterprise centre in Bruton to support local businesses and to help new ones get going. They are looking to find out if there is demand in the town and surrounding villages, and Bruton Town Council are...

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Bruton Town Plan one year on

Bruton's Town Plan was published in June 2017. One year later a lot has been done, but there's a lot still to do. The table below shows what the Plan said should be done, what's happened in the past year, and what the next steps are. What the Plan said we'd do What's...

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Community Office now open on Saturdays for the summer

In response to demand (particularly from local businesses) the Council has opened the Community Office on Saturdays for the summer months (June, July and August). It will be open from 9.30 to 12.30 every Saturday. The office will continue to be open as usual Monday to...

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Recycling centres now take more plastic packaging

All 16 Somerset recycling sites can now take rigid plastic food and other household pots, tubs and trays (PTT) in the skips also used for plastic bottles. Plastic bottles remain the only plastic Somerset Waste Partnership can accept at the kerbside, so please do not...

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