Category Archives: art works

Bruton’s Angels turn Rebels

The Angel-of-the-Road willow sculptures that have been protecting the town from speeding motorists have rebelled. Two of the sculptures have attached themselves to a traffic post near the church and are demanding safer walking and cycling routes in the town. … Continue reading

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‘Angel of the Road’ sculpture appears in Bruton

Some of you may have spotted an exciting willow sculpture outside Hauser and Wirth. The sculpture, called ‘Angel of the Road’ due to its resemblance to Antony Gormley’s ‘Angle of the North‘, is positioned next to the 30mph sign on … Continue reading

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The Library Junction …

The Library junction, seen here with our Halloween pumpkins, is one of the most dangerous parts of Bruton. It is difficult to negotiate for both pedestrians and motorist. The pavements are extremely narrow and the visibility is poor. In 2018, … Continue reading

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Road Sign Competition

When central Bruton gets a 20mph speed limit, Bruton Town Council would like to have illustrations similar to the one shown below the signs.  They are running a competition, open to all children under 16,  to choose four winning designs. … Continue reading

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Man on Bench Yarn Bombed

Today, 20th March, a man quietly sitting on a bench in Bruton has been yarn-bombed. The popular sculpture by Giles Penny can now be seen wearing an attractive hat and scarf. A local resident told us “last summer on hot … Continue reading

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Sheep show support for 20mph limit

Sheep in Bruton show support for the 20mph speed limit and star in the latest BASII blockbuster (which can also be viewed on YouTube).

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Spring flowers supporting 20mph

On the 20th of April, giant flowers supporting a 20mph limit appeared near Church Bridge.  These springs flowers were prominently displayed for all to see. The area around Church Bridge is one of Bruton’s greatest assets with the beautiful Church, … Continue reading

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20mph Chinese Dragon

On the 20th of February, children from Bruton scooted along Lower Backway and then created a chalk dragon to show support for a 20mph speed limit in Bruton. They choose to draw a Chinese dragon to reflect the start of … Continue reading

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Jan 20th Art Work

Inspired by the art of Pipilotti Rist (currently exhibiting at Hauser and Wirth) and that of the mysterious Pantsy (creator of the awesome ‘Keep Bruton Irie’ signs) Basii have created a 20mph art work.  This temporary installation, for the 20th … Continue reading

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Desperately seeking ‘Pantsy’

Are you, or do you know, local Bruton superhero ‘Pantsy’, creator of the awesome ‘Keep Bruton Irie’ signs that briefly appeared in September? If so please can you get in contact as we would love to get some ‘Keep Bruton … Continue reading

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