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New gym in Frome: and it’s green!

YOU can now book in to free weekly Green Gym sessions starting on Sunday  13th  June, 2-5pm at Whitemill Community Garden.  Frome Field 2 Fork and Future Shed: Frome (part…

Save the date for the Bike Jumble

THE  annual Bike Jumble, organised by Frome’s Missing Links in partnership with Frome Town Council, will be held on Sunday 27th June, from 10am – 2pm, outside Frome Library. Frome…

Hope Nature Centre re-opens its doors

HOPE Nature Centre has re-opened its gates to visitors after nearly four months of closure due to the lockdown.  “It has been an amazing first few weeks, and we are…

Save the dates – community events are back!

AS we’re now well into the roadmap out of lockdown, Frome Town Council are looking forward to a summer filled with events for all to enjoy.  To kick things off,…

Cheese Show tickets go on sale

Tickets for Frome Cheese go on sale this week. As revealed in Frome Times in our last issue, the Frome Show is going ahead this year and details of the…

The ‘Lion-el’ of Longleat! ‘Live at Longleat’ says “Hello” to Grammy award winning legend

Grammy Award winning performer Lionel Richie has been announced for a spectacular open air concert in the grounds of Longleat on 15th June 2022, as part of a brand new…

Get wild with David Hamilton!

Winstone’s Hunting Raven Books would like to invite you to the online launch of Where the Wild Things Grow – the new book from Frome forager and author David Hamilton.…

Special young writer prize in this year’s short story competition

The annual Frome Festival Short Story Competition is currently open and welcomes submissions until May 31st.  The competition attracts writers from all over the UK and beyond, but as always,…

Fundraising gig at the Merlin

FROME-based professional singer, song writer and multi-instrumentalist  Kate Lissauer is honoured and excited to announce that her first live gig for five months will take place as a fund-raising event…

Opportunity to do your own research at Frome Museum

THE trustees of Frome Heritage Museum have made the decision to keep the building in North Parade closed to the general public until the autumn,  however they have made special…

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