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Andrew revisiting King's

Read Andrew's memories of King's and what lead him to a successful job in South Africa More...

Andrew's love of bees started at King's, thanks to his Biology teacher. More...

Stuart Musgrove (O47/51) recounts his time at King's when things were a little different to today! More...

Read the full results from the Old Brutonian Survey 2020 More...

Old Brutonian, Alex Soskin (O99/04), is rowing across the Atlantic in a team of 4 to raise money for charity More...

Old House

Ian Wilmshurst, Headmaster, details the restructuring plans for King's Bruton More...

Memoirs of Old House by Old Brutonian, John Brett. More...

A summary of notifications the Old Brutonian Association have received regarding deaths in 2020. Full information will be printed in the Old Brutonia… More...

George with just some of his stock.

Always keen to support OBs with their new ventures, we look at George's new shop, 'The Cellarhand', tucked away in Bruton. More...

(From top left) Sophie Hamilton, Haydn Thomas and Tom Dunn

News from three OBs who have achieved incredible things on the sports pitch More...

John Rees, teacher and Housemaster at King's

Colin Lambert (O59/63) recollects John's kindess and sense of humour More...

James Blades at rehearsal

Jim Brenan (59/64) shares a photo of accomplished percussionist, James Blades, who featured in one of the Subscription Concerts. More...

The 777 Old Brutonians who are registered on the King's Bruton Community are spread far and wide across the globe - what an international bunch you ar… More...

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