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Independent book shop makes TV debut!

Eagle-eyed viewers may have recognised one of Frome’s much-loved independent shops as it was featured in an uplifting ITV News story last Wednesday. Winstone’s Hunting Raven Books was held up…

Marie Curie ‘daffodil volunteers’ needed in Frome now

Terminal illness charity, Marie Curie, needs the help of volunteers around Frome to give two hours of their time to hand out the charity’s iconic daffodil pins, in return for…

FAIR FROME – Food Bank

This week at the Fair Frome Food Bank. Urgent requirements are for cereal bars, sauces for rice, coffee and bags for life.  The Furniture Bank continues to be a very…

Calling all recycling champions – Frome needs you!

Frome Town Council is supporting the town to encourage and enable neighbours to recycle more. At the second ‘Talking Rubbish’ meeting last month, local resident Nicola Tanner shared her idea…

Free public information event: Coping with the Costs of Care

Planning for your own or a loved one’s care and the ensuing costs is something that many people have very little experience with – which is why it is helpful…

Launch of ‘365 for WHY’ challenge kicks off WHY’s 25th anniversary

Local fundraiser Rachel Clark was joined by 104 fellow runners, including WHY’s founder Jill Miller in Victoria Park on New Year’s Day as she launched her ‘365 for WHY’ challenge. …

Ideas for Frome events welcomed

As part of the People’s Budget, Frome Town Council is asking individuals and organisations to submit event ideas which could then go to a public vote in March. The People’s…

Sign up now for Frome Window Wanderland

It’s not long until the second annual Frome Window Wanderland, being held this year 1st-3rd March, 5.30-9pm each evening, and organisers are urging local residents to sign up to this…

Humans of Frome by Ciara Nolan- Spotlight on Truly Sopel

Name or names:  Truly Sopel What business are you involved with: Truly Sopel shop on Stony Street where I design and make fashion and lingerie. Why did you choose Frome?…

Would you like to put an event on in Frome next year– and would you like funding to help you do it?

Frome Town Council has introduced the People’s Budget as a way for local people to make choices about how local money is spent and it is the time of year…

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