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Make your voice heard in local council elections

Somerset County Council is asking residents to “use the fourth” and to make sure they cast their vote in the local elections on Thursday 4th May. With just one week…

Sustainable Frome celebrates 10 years of working towards a greener future for Frome

LOCAL community group, Sustainable Frome, celebrates its tenth anniversary this month and will be marking the occasion with a special event at Frome Town Hall. Sustainable Frome is a community…

GP surgery closed for good as NHS says it’s better for patients

THE sudden closure of a Frome doctors’ surgery has been rubber stamped by the NHS six months after it closed in September and despite strong local opposition. Locks Hill GP surgery,…

College footballers head to national final in Manchester

A FOOTBALL team from Frome College will play in a national cup final later this month, after making it through seven rounds of the competition. The team of Year 10 and 11…

Your feedback wanted about Frome Hospital

LOCAL people are invited to come along and have their say about your local hospital at the Frome Hospital Community Forum on Monday 24th April, 6.00pm– 8.00pm at the hospital’s…

Class sizes up, subject choices down as cuts begin to bite

College Principal warns of tough times ahead with funding at ‘crisis point’  Government cuts and taxes are crippling Frome College, principal Gavin Ball has said, and the school is facing…

Community Fridge saves over 20,000 food items in its first year

The community fridge in Frome is celebrating its first year after having saved more than 20,000 food items from landfill. Since being launched in April last year, it has also…

Public rallies round to save Routes youth centre

A MASSIVE £50,000 has been donated by people in and around Frome to rescue the Routes drop-in centre and youth cafe on Palmer Street. The youth centre started a desperate campaign for…

Frome decides on funding for events

Residents of Frome were given a chance to make direct decisions about how local budgets are spent by choosing from a list of 17 events which they would most like…

Pedestrian-friendly Market Place gets green light

FROME Market Place is on course for a more pedestrian-friendly future after the town council last week agreed to press ahead with its renovation plans. Councillors all agreed to continue with…

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