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Bruton is renowned for its excellent schools, see the latest Ofsted scores HERE.
The 2011 census recorded the town’s population as 2,097.
Not far from the A303, linking the South West with the M3, Bruton lies off the beaten track within miles of stunning countryside. There are direct trains from Bruton to London, the fastest journey time is 1 hour and 41 minutes. The closest airport is Bristol, a little over an hour by car.
Bruton news and events are covered by SomersetLive.
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This artistic town has so much to explore, here’s our rundown of the best Bruton has to offer;
This renowned art gallery has other has premises in London, Zurich, New York, Los Angeles and Hong Kong representing artists from around the world.
Packed with adventure, this incredible activity centre has action for all ages. Spread over 25 acres, there are 40 activities on offer on the site that has an environmentally friendly ethos.
Having refurbished one of the town’s oldest chapels, this incredible team opened an award-winning restaurant that also has an excellent bakery and extensive wine store.
An absolute must for Bruton newbies, this fabulous shop sells gifts, crafts, homeware, scents, oils, fragrances and more. A great place to browse every time you pass.
The coolest town in the West Country, Bruton is a vibrant and artistic location. It has a wealth of independent shops, award-winning eateries and even a world-renowned art gallery. Particularly picturesque, Bruton has a number of listed buildings, cobbled walkways and is one of the gems of the South West.
You could walk the length of the skinny high street, which is only just wide enough for two tractors, and be forgiven for expecting to hear the busy sound of 18th-century looms from the gabled houses which were part of the town’s cloth-making past. Occasionally dubbed the ‘Notting Hill of the west’, Bruton gained global fame in 2014 when gallerists Hauser & Wirth opened their Somerset outpost at the renovated 17th-century Durslade Farm. One of the smallest towns in the region, Bruton has a village feel and a strong, environmentally friendly ethos, from the power supply, to the local businesses and the residents.
While the size of Bruton means it’s not overwhelmed with facilities, it does have an abundance of nature, surrounded by stunning countryside there is so much to explore for walkers, cyclists and riders. There are plenty of local stables, footpaths and nearby Cranbourne Chase, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Bruton Station has direct trains to London Paddington, the quickest route taking 1 hour and 41 minutes. The nearest airport can be found at Bristol and takes a little over an hour by car. Slightly off the beaten track, the town isn’t far from the A303 which connects with the M3 to London and the M25.