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Help keep Frome tidy with this year’s spring clean
Join FTC, the Litter Warriors, Frome Hoedown and Frome Rotary on Thursday 21st March for a litter pick in the town centre, part of the…
Celebrating International Women’s Day in Frome
A variety of events will be taking place in Frome this March to celebrate International Women’s Day on Friday 8th March.
Campaign to provide plastic-free period packs to Frome students
Green and Healthy Frome are raising £4,500 to give plastic-free period packs to all students who need them in years 8 and 9 in Frome.
Mayor’s column – 26th February 2024
Spring is in the air and there’s lots in the diary for Frome Mayor Philip Campagna, as detailed in his latest column.
Wild Bunch column – Mice and rats – is it time we changed our perception?
Jo from the Wild Bunch advises kindness to mice and rats – with some humane tips to keep them out of your home.
Latest from the Chamber – 21st February 2024
News and comments from the February Frome Town Council meeting.
Share your thoughts about new facilities at Badgers Hill stadium
Share your thoughts ahead of the planning application for new changing rooms and multipurpose facilities at the Badgers Hill stadium.
Save the date for this year’s Frome Busks
Save the date for Frome Busks 2024 and make your way round eight stages to hear Frome College’s talented young musicians perform.
Donate It tech amnesty celebrates donation of 500 unwanted devices
Donate It and The Fixy Project collected no fewer than 500 donations of unwanted smartphones, laptops and other devices at a recent tech amnesty.
Family fun at the Weylands wassail – and a new town crier for Frome
On Saturday 3rd February, a large crowd gathered at Weylands orchard for the second Frome wassail, hosted by the Tree Group, Pocketful of Acorns and…
Mayor’s column – 8th February 2024
The latest column from Frome Mayor Philip Campagna
Let’s Cycle Together with Frome Community Bike Project
Frome Community Bike Project is heading into 2024 with a calendar of workshops, activities and opportunities to buy, recycle or repair your bike, try out…
Wild Bunch column – 8th February 2024
Catch up on the latest news from the Frome Wild Bunch and find out more about turning your garden into a haven for wildlife.
Latest round of grants awards £35,000 to local organisations
Thank you to all the local organisations who applied for the latest round of grants – find out about the organisation who received funding.
Half term activities in Frome
ooking to get organised ahead of February’s half term? There are a variety of fun events happening in and around Frome to give you something…
New Victoria Park loos are open for business!
The new loos in Victoria Park are open for business – new single gender-neutral cubicles replace the older block following vandalism in 2023.
Work begins for 18-month Safer School Streets trial
The Safer School Streets trial in Frome is on track to begin in the summer term, with preparation due to begin in the second half…
Latest from the Chamber – Wednesday 17th January 2024
Latest from the Chamber – Frome Town Council’s meeting on 17th January
Old Showfield, new playground: coming this Easter
Old Showfield, new playground – a pleasure postponed till the Easter holidays but a great new play space on its way for Frome.
Mayor’s column – 30th January 2024
Frome Mayor Philip Campagna is back with another message for January – and a return to cleaning bus stops.
Wild Bunch column – Armchair gardening 
Jane from the Wild Bunch advises armchair gardening and some research and reading while the ground is wet and cold.
Frome Matters – 26th January
Read all the latest news, from where the Mayor has been to upcoming events and meetings!
New volunteer rangers get stuck in at Weylands
Our new team of volunteer rangers enjoyed getting outside at Weylands on 17th January – find out more and join them for the next event.
Awards for Frome Town band at the Merlin
Deputy Mayor Andy Jones presented awards to the winners of Frome Town Band awards in December.

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