Category Archives: Brue Valley Rotary

Castle Cary Coffee Morning

Brue Valley Rotary hosted another Coffee Morning in the Market House in Castle Cary. The town was quiet so we were not as busy as we hoped. However we made a credible £146.65 – refreshments £66.55 / raffle £51 / … Continue reading

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Brue Valley ‘De-Tube’ in Haddon Wood

18 Rotarians and families spent a couple of hours ‘de-tubing’ in Haddon Wood Alhampton. ‘De-tubing’  consisted of removing the plastic tubes around the young trees as well as the staks supporting them. The tubes and stakes were then neatly stacked … Continue reading

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Bath and West Meeters and Greeters

Wednesday 29th The Bath and West Show has started. Sally, Chris and 3 Rotarians from Glastonbury and Street Rotary Club manned the Yellow gate on the first day. It was very busy but manageable. However it was very cold and … Continue reading

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Packhorse Fair ………….

Members of Brue Valley Rotary, assisted by Rotarians from Frome Selwood club, manned the car park at King’s Bruton and were very busy all day !   The parking was at full capacity for most of the day until about 4.00pm … Continue reading

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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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Bruton vs the Batcombites

Supported by Brue Valley Rotary Club Bruton’s Militia confronted the Batcombites in 1640 in a re-enactment in Bruton by the English Civil War Society. The Militia was led by the redoubtable Sir Charles Berkeley, an active Royalist, who lived in … Continue reading

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