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Bruton is a small town in Somerset near Shepton Mallet. It is positioned on the River Brue which is crossed by a narrow packhorse bridge, known locally as Bruton Bow.
R. D. Blackmore, author of Lorna Doone, was a pupil at King Edward VI's Grammar School, which stands on the site of an earlier school founded in 1520 by Richard Fitz James, Bishop of London.
A Bruton stable boy, Hugh Sexey, who became the King’s Auditor, founded Sexey Hospital in 1638; the carved wood and the triple windows are worth seeing.
A three-storeyed dovecot on a hill above the town, owned by the National Trust, is all that survives of 12th century priory.
The Bruton museum houses local artefacts and information about the town's history dating back to the Jurassic period.
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