Spring is around the corner

Spring is nearly upon us and a great way to celebrate the changing of seasons (for the better!) is to get out and enjoy colour and new life returning to fields and woodlands.

Download our list of early spring arrivals to take with you on your walk. See how many you can spot and identify.

Happy walking.

Laptops for Learning

Thanks to your amazing generosity, 25 laptops have been given to schools.

Brue Computing has been super busy erasing all data and software from each laptop, checking that everything is working, and upgrading parts where practical.

Please keep them coming in - it is so important that every child has a laptop to support learning.

Read all about it in the Blackmore Vale Magazine, page 19:  https://blackmorevale.net/latest-issue/

If you do have a laptop or tablet or mobile phone you no longer use, please either phone 01749 813048 or email info@onthebrook.co.uk to arrange drop off. We are open for takeaway every day between 11am and 1pm, including Sunday.

Thanks again for your generosity.

We're open again

A great many thanks to all our customers who have supported us through Lockdown V2. The moral and financial support of your take-away coffees and diners has been invaluable.

We reopen Thursday 3rd December, our usual opening hours are 9am till 5 pm, everyday. Sit down, table service only, meals. We're fully licenced.

Can't wait to see you all again very soon.

CV-19 Industry Standard Bruton

Protect your loved ones  - download the NHS app, and scan our QR code when you visit On The Brook, Bruton, Somerset.

We'll still request a first name and phone number for our records, so we are extra safe.

Our restaurant is large and airy, so we're able to maintain 2 meter distancing comfortably. We do recommend booking in advance to secure a table.

Thanks for supporting local and micro businesses - every little bit helps!

Holloways: Roads Tunnelled Into the Earth by Time

Holloways, are centuries-old thoroughfares worn down by the traffic of time. "Holloway” is derived from “hola weg,” meaning sunken road in Old English. Most are thought to go back to Roman times and the Iron Age, although in the Middle East some are believed to stretch back to ancient Mesopotamia. When walking a holloway you are retracing ancient steps. Read more here.

Stay with us at On The Brook, and explore the ancient paths, holloways and bartons of Bruton, Somerset. Our spacious barns have been converted to high standard, and are self contained units with own private bathroom, kitchen and patio area. Ash Barn can sleep up to four people, Hazel up to five, making them perfect for couples, or families. Free super fast fibre wifi, free ample parking, breakfast included in the price.

There's plenty to do, so you can do as much or as little as you like.

Call 01749 813048 to book direct for the best deal.

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