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Frome says ‘Refugees welcome here’

A GROUP of Frome residents took to the streets with a family-friendly demonstration to spread the message that refugees are welcome in our town.    The demonstration was to highlight…

Exciting new gallery opens

GALLERY at The Station is a new, contemporary gallery and creative space housed in a former industrial warehouse near Frome Train Station.  Run by a collective of creatives, the gallery…

Still time to enroll for Frome Community Education’s exciting new Autumn programme!

THERE’S still time to book your course with Frome Community Education! Frome Community Education is all set to begin face-to-face classes once again from next week. Courses will run in…

“I’m on track to be fit by 40!”

A FROME resident is using her recent weight loss experience to support others in her new role as a 1:1 Diet consultant. A spokesperson for the 1:1 Diet – originally…

Step back in time with author’s new book

FROME author, Annette Burkitt, has published a new book, ‘The Gorge’, the second in a trilogy about the making of England. About her new book, Annette says, “It is historical…

New chair for Black Swan Arts

BLACK Swan Arts is delighted to announce that Malcolm Lloyd has accepted their invitation to become its new chair. About his appointment, Black Swan Arts say, “Malcolm is probably best…

The A to Z of Frome with local author

ONE of the authors of the new book, ‘A-Z of Frome’, will giving at talk on the book and a whistle stop tour of the town’s quirkier features at Winstone’s…

Tribute to Frome stalwart, Ken Miller

FORMER town councillor, school governor and Rotary club member, Ken Miller, died this month. About his life, his daughter Sue Latham explains, “Ken Miller, born in Butts Hill, is probably…

New coalition demands better from housing developers

A COALITION of local groups and representatives has been formed to help improve the plans to build more than 300 houses in Frome.  A decision on the three separate applications…

Help design safer streets around our schools

FROME Town Council is working with Somerset County Council and Sustrans on the relaunch of the Frome School Streets project.   The town council report, “The trial was put on…

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