Unionist Club: outcome of the Community Consultation

The reports of the consultants who have been carrying out a consultation to envisage how the Unionist Club might become a 21st Century...

Affordable homes to rent – an opportunity

The housing association White Horse Housing is providing 12 homes in Bruton for local people - but you need to register to apply. The...

Results of the May 2nd Election

  Candidate Votes  Abi Baker 580 Elected  Lisa Pickering 517 Elected  Mike Brownlow 424 Elected  Steve Hall 392 Elected  Justin Paul...

Bruton Town Council seeks a new Town Clerk

Following the resignation of our long-serving Town Clerk we are looking to recruit a replacement. Our advertisement £21,117 to £23,740 pa,...

Elections to be held on May 2nd

For the first time in 16 years, there will be a contested election for Bruton Town Council on May 2nd. 18 candidates have been nominated...

Queen’s visit to Bruton: the details that have been released

Bruton Town Council is delighted to welcome the Queen to our town on Thursday. The Queen’s visit is primarily to open the new Music School at Kings’ Bruton, as part of the school’s 500th anniversary celebrations. Her majesty will then attend a Somerset Celebration...

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High Street parking ban for royal visit

The central one-way loop of Bruton will be no waiting from 10pm on Wednesday until 5pm on Thursday, meaning there will be no parking on the High Street overnight. See the map for details. To download and or print this map click here....

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Nominations are open for Bruton Town Council

Nominations are now open for members of Bruton Town Council. The 13 members of the council are elected every four years, and the next election is on May 2nd. Being a councillor is an excellent opportunity to get involved in the activities of town, you can read about...

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Brewham Road Development: Special Public Meeting

Outline planning permission for 60 houses in the Brewham Road has now been applied for by Acorn Developments. At this stage only the details of the access arrangements have been submitted for approval. All other matters (Layout, Scale, Appearance and Landscaping) are...

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Recycle more in Bruton

Bruton Town Council are pleased to announce that a number of businesses in Bruton are now recycling points for items which Somerset Waste Partnership do not accept. Bruton Wholefoods is collecting plastic bottle tops and On the Brook is accepting many single use...

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Ever thought of joining the Town Council?

Elections are coming in May for the 13 members of Bruton Town Council. If you've ever wondered what the Council does, or considered standing yourself, why not come along to a drop in session on Tuesday March 5th and find out more? The informal session is being held...

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