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Packhorse Fair – Park (and ride) Team

In accordance with instructions received from our Commander in Chief, Colin J, the outpost team of Roger L and Andrew M reported for duty punctually at 9.30am in a remote field somewhere outside Bruton. Unfortunately, no one had told the farmer … Continue reading

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Sparkling performance by Brue Valley

The early team (Mike S and Colin J) made the car park coruscate as only Brue Valley can. The second wave (Melanie, Sally, Simeon and Andrew M) followed with a glittering performance with the Pimm’s. In case you haven’t guessed … Continue reading

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Madam President (MP) secures herself a lasting memento

As we enter the penultimate month of Madam President’s, affectionately known as “MP”, “reign” we can understand she might be getting a little emotional. However, consider the surprise we had when arriving to set up for the Cary regatta this morning … Continue reading

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Yarlington Fringe – Parking on the edge

Over the bank holiday Saturday and Sunday, 4 and 5 May 2019, those intrepid Rotarians from Brue Valley were out in their hi-viz ensuring visitors to the Yarlington Fringe were parking their cars in an appropriate manner whilst also acting … Continue reading

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It all went up in smoke…

On Saturday, 3 November 2018, Madam President, Melanie and Andrew M provided additional manpower to our mother club to man the pay-lines at the Shepton Mallet Bonfire and Firework display. A wonderful edifice had been built at the football club which some … Continue reading

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Monkey business in Castle Cary

The heavy rain of the morning kindly cleared and Monkey came out to head up the Brue Valley team collecting at the Castle Cary Children’s Carnival 2018. As usual the children had done a fantastic job and seemed to be enjoying themselves … Continue reading

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