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Police patrol officers to move to Shepton Mallet

Avon and Somerset Constabulary has offered reassurance that the relocation of Frome’s police patrol officers to Shepton Mallet will not affect response times to emergencies in the area. About 20…

Fundraising afternoon tea in aid of local man

A Valentine’s afternoon tea is being held on Saturday 9th February to raise money for local man, Benjamin Millard, who has been diagnosed with terminal bowel cancer.  Friends and family…

World record status made official by Guinness!

FROME’S bid to hold the Guinness World Record for the most people to row 500m each, in a 24-hour relay on one indoor rowing machine, has been made official this…

Who deserves to be Frome’s Person of the Year 2018?

Nominations are now open for the Frome Person of the Year award. The competition, run by the Frome Times, will recognise a resident who has made a real contribution to…

Support for Frome Carnival meeting is “overwhelming”

Frome Carnival Committee say they are feeling “overwhelmed with the support shown for Frome Carnival” following their public meeting about the future of the annual event. The meeting took place…

Public invited to share views on the regeneration of Saxonvale in Frome

THE Frome community is being invited to share their views on the future regeneration of the Saxonvale site in Frome this January. Developer Acorn Property Group will be hosting a…

Town council declares climate emergency

FROME Town Council has declared a ‘climate emergency’, pledging to make Frome carbon neutral by 2030. The council has made the announcement in response to a United Nations report that…

Frome Times is out again on the 3rd of January 2019

A Very Merry Christmas to all our readers and a special thank you to all the advertisers who have supported us over the last year and made this newspaper possible.…

Town council urges county council not to make “savage’ cuts

In the last five years, Somerset County Council has made ever-deeper cuts to vital family, youth and children’s services.  Cllr Kate Bielby, leader of Frome Town Council says, “We know…

Baby Café to remain open due to auction success

Baby Café Frome will remain open through 2019 – thanks to the success of its Christmas auction. In September this year, Somerset County Council announced plans to cut budgets to…

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