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Lower speed limits for Frome?

Lower speed limits for Frome?

By local democracy reporter Daniel Mumby THE speed limit on a busy Frome road could soon be reduced as part of a plan to improve road safety in the local…

Walking into Great Big Green Week

FROME Town Council is to host a series of events celebrating Great Big Green Week which runs from 18th-26th September. The event will highlight how Frome is tackling climate change…

A step closer to Frome’s walking and cycling plan

FROME residents recently helped shape the future travel and transport infrastructure in the town at the first of two workshops, the second of which will be repeated on Thursday 23rd…

Local councillors unhappy with changes to Frome housing plans

By local democracy reporter Daniel Mumby TWO new footpaths through a major Frome housing development won’t be delivered until next summer after new plans were approved. Also in the outline plans,…

You’re invited to a conversation about future-proofing Frome’s food

FUTURE Shed Frome, together with Frome Town Council’s resilience manager Nikki Brain and independent food researcher Hugh Thomas, will be hosting a conversation about “Future-proofing Frome’s local food network” on…

Frome Town Band members unite for special memorial concert

FROME Town Band members past and present will host a brass band concert in the Victoria Park bandstand next week in memory of former bandmaster, Tony Light.  Members of the…

Help with running a charity or local group

TRAINING sessions for staff and trustees of local charities and community groups are being offered by Frome Town Council.  ­The council is offering a training session for staff and trustees…

Scrapstore take two!

FOLLOWING the success of the last scrapstore in July, The Pod, a Frome based charity is working in partnership with the Children’s Scrapstore in Bristol to bring another pop-up scrapstore…

Celebrating retirement after 44 years at Hayesdown School

HAYESDOWN First School pupils and staff have said a fond farewell to Carol Richards after 44 years of working at the school.  “Carol, who has worked at Hayesdown school since…

Somerset steps up to support Afghan refugees

PEOPLE across Somerset have been stepping forward to help support Afghan refugees as the crisis being played out in the international spotlight deepens.  “Somerset County Council is committed to help…