Bruton

The small country town that's become such a magnet for faces of fashion, art and showbiz that a walk to the shops can feel like lunch at The Ivy. But there’s much more to this stylish and historic town than star spotting. Great things start the moment you arrive at its picture-postcard station.

Mill on the Brue

Outdoor adventure activity centre, with bushcraft and zip wire fun. Their Dangerous Day 4 Dads is a great excuse to get some quality family time in.

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Hauser & Wirth

The New York art scene's Somerset branch, with world-class exhibitions set in and amongst the repurposed farm buildings and tranquil gardens.

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At The Chapel

Beautifully sparse old chapel shines as a restaurant, cafe and bakery. You can also book up for cool Clubroom music events and artsy Q&As.

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Packhorse Fair

Traditional May Bank Holiday celebrations with dog show, drag race, circus skills, great food, music and crafts, all set beside the River Brue.

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Bruton Dub Club

London and local talent come together to create jungle-cum-garage sounds each second Saturday of the month, 8pm – midnight.

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Bath
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London
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