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Our aim is to restore the natural balance of Bruton’s stretch of the river Brue as a haven for wildlife, and to promote our riverside as somewhere relaxing to spend time with nature.

We will work to connect Bruton’s historic town centre with footpaths upstream and downstream, learning under the guidance of Somerset Wildlife Trust and the Wild Trout Trust to enhance the river that gave Bruton its name, for the enjoyment of everyone who lives in or visits our town.

A river for wildlife

Kingfishers, dragon flies and damsel flies have all been spotted on the river Brue.

About

BrueCREW is a charitable incorporated organisation.

It is a registered charity, number: 1176427

BrueCREW’s aim is to restore the natural balance of Bruton’s stretch of the river Brue as a haven for wildlife, and to promote the riverside as somewhere relaxing to spend time with nature.

BrueCREW will work to connect Bruton’s historic town centre with footpaths upstream and downstream, learning under the guidance of Somerset Wildlife Trust and the Wild Trout Trust to enhance the river that gave Bruton its name, for the enjoyment of everyone who lives in or visits our town.

BrueCREW’s trustees are:

Ewan Jones (Chair)

Roger White (Treasurer)

Graham Clarke (Secretary)

John Halsted

Kimberley Wood

Em Coulter

Former trustees are:

Jane Durney

Nick Crombie

Pennie Dunn

BrueCREW’s events are posted on Facebook @BrueCR3W. Also on Face Book at Bruton, Greener Bruton and Alternative Bruton

To be added to BrueCREW’s email list, please email graham@bruecrew.org

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Easter Escapade, Hauser and Wirth

Bruecrew will be manning their stand at this years Easter Escapade at Hauser and Wirth on Good Friday 10th April 2020 from 11am until 4pm. We would really appreciate some volunteers through out this time to help our staff man the stand. If you can spare an hour (or two) please email “graham@bruecrew.org”

Walk To The Source

In June 2019 ten intrepid explorers plus two dogs set off from the stepping stones in Bruton to walk to the source of the river Brue some six miles distant. Despite encounters with natives along the way they made it safely and enjoyed a packed lunch.

Contact

Contact us by emailing info@bruecrew.org

or via our Facebook page @BrueCR3W