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Humans of Frome: Lisa Merryweather-Millard

It’s not often that you get to learn what your community feels about you, that is, aside generally from outpourings at your funeral!  Lisa Merryweather-Millard, however, a Canadian national long-established…

Frome Talking Newspaper AGM

THE Annual General Meeting of Frome Talking Newspaper will be held on Tuesday 12th September at the Cheese and Grain at 7.30pm. For more information please call the secretary on…

Local artist donates sculpture to Frome Library

FROME artist and sculptor, Kate Dixon, has contributed a sculpture to the 2017 Summer Reading Challenge, Animal Agents, at Frome Library.    Kate donated the piece, ’Monkey With A Book’…

WHY Gallery set for a re-fit

The WHY Gallery on Stony Street, run by Frome-based charity We Hear You, will be closing for a refit for two weeks from 21st August ahead of a relaunch on…

Somerset Wildlife Trust launches crowdfunding campaign to create a buzz around bees

SOMERSET Wildlife Trust has launched its first ever crowdfunding campaign to support the area’s bees and butterflies. The Trust says, “Since the 1930s in the UK we’ve lost 97% of…

Great weather for ducks! Frome suffers wettest July in eight years

REPORTING direct from his own weather station in Frome, our local meteorologist, Michael Cooper, has all the facts and figures for Frome’s weather in July. Weather statistics for Frome July 2017Rainfall:…

Help find Frome’s favourite tree

FROME Town Council is on a quest to find Frome’s Favourite Tree in anticipation of the launch of the Tree Charter in November. Cara Naden, community projects officer said, “The…

Black Swan launches Art Open for 2017

SUBMISSIONS are now being accepted for the prestigious Open art competition at Black Swan Arts in Frome. Over 100 works will be selected by a distinguished judging panel to go on…

Gracewell of Frome’s Resident Ambassador

GRACEWELL of Frome resident, Beryl Vincent, has been the ‘Resident Ambassador’ for the home for nearly four and half years, accepting the position not long after moving to the home. With…

Poetry, walking and sunshine delight Edward Thomas fans

THE centenary of the death of the poet Edward Thomas in 1917 provided many opportunities for celebrations during the 2017 Frome Festival, both to examine his life and work, and also…

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