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Welshmill Lane resurfacing

Welshmill Lane resurfacing

DESPITE Frome Town Council’s best efforts over the past six weeks Somerset County Council are going ahead with the Welshmill Lane resurfacing this week. This will mean the closure of…

The Compassion Project – book launch at Hunting Raven Bookshop, 17th July

WRITTEN by myself, Dr Julian Abel, an international expert in compassionate communities, and Lindsay Clarke, Whitbread prize winning author, The Compassion Project tells the story of how Frome transformed both…

Caring for the Carers during Covid-19

EARLIER this month, the Frome Medical Practice joined the rest of the country in celebrating Carers Week.  At the practice the position and role of carers has been a priority…

Cafe’s exhibition raises funds for Merlin

Café La Strada and local artist, Bill Jacques, joined forces with the Merlin Theatre last week, to provide a fundraising coffee and art exhibition event, to raise  much-needed funds for…

Campaign for affordable housing goes on

FROME Area Community Land Trust have launched their new website and appointed a new board member in readiness for the next stage of their endeavours to provide genuinely affordable housing…

New novel published by Frome writer

FROME writer, Crysse Morrison, has published a new book, ‘The Price of Bread’ by Hobnob Press, who also published her last book ‘Frome Unzipped – from Prehistory to Post-Punk’.  Crysse…

Doc Miller’s Medical Hour returns to the airwaves!

AFTER a gap of several months away from the airwaves, the popular Doc Miller’s Medical Hour has returned to local community radio station Frome FM.  The monthly magazine programme is…

90-year-old is still at the top of his game!

CHAIRMAN of Frome chess club for the past 29 years, Geoffrey Berryman, recently celebrated his 90th birthday in lockdown.  Unable to have the (now postponed) family party planned for him,…

Toxic plant warning in Vallis Vale

A LOCAL resident is warning visitors to the Vallis Vale area of the presence of giant hogweed – a non-native plant that can cause severe skin burns. Resident Sue Inman…

Children’s charity shop’s wedding extravaganza

 The store will feature a brand new bridal section including wedding dresses, mother of the bride outfits, shoes, tiaras, gents suits and much more.  Alongside this, the store will also…

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