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Sustainable Frome goes back to the land

THIS month Sustainable Frome is inviting the writer and researcher Nikki Jones to give a talk about the way we use the land. How does our use of the land…

Young Frome artist in national final of the Royal Mail’s stamp design competition

A FROME schoolboy from Oakfield Academy, has been named as one of the national finalists in Royal Mail’s 2017 Christmas Stamp Design Competition. Ted Lewis-Clark’s design will take its place…

Critchill School receive minibus donation

CRITCHILL School has received a brand new minibus from The  Lord’s Taverners, the UK’s leading youth cricket and disability sports charity. Representatives of The Lord’s Taverners were in Frome to…

Westway Cinema officially opens with ribbon cutting

THE official opening of Westway Cinema took place earlier this month, with invited guests toasting to the success and future of the cinema. Since re-opening in February, the traditional, independent…

Bookmark this emergency first aid advice – it could save lives

ST JOHN Ambulance has made its emergency first aid advice even easier to access online at www.sja.org.uk/emergencyfirstaid A spokesman for the charity said, ‘Following recent incidents in Manchester and London,…

Victoria Park opening a roaring success

THE Frome Lions’ summer fete marked the opening of a new picnic and play trail in Victoria Park, donated by the club to celebrate their golden anniversary. The new facilities in the…

New Information Point for the town centre

This week at Town Matters councillors gave their consent for a new Information Point at the Black Swan. The Discover Frome information point will be in one of the studios…

Humans of Frome: Ed and Io Fox-Roberts

Humans of Frome: Ed and Io Fox-Roberts

Whilst rich developers sniffed around the recently-vacated United Reformed Church on Frome’s Whittox Lane, Io Fox continued her daily school run to Vallis First School without even the notion that…

Town criers flock to Frome for festival

FROME’S town crier held his annual festival on Saturday and saw 21 criers meet in the town centre for a day of celebration. Long-standing town crier of Frome, Mike Bishop,…

Skywatch July

Now that the longest day is behind us, we can begin to look forward to the nights lengthening, although still warm for relaxed observing.  Planets Mercury, the innermost planet, may…

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