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  • Keep Frome Local, it's not just shops at risk

    By redfrome at 21:59 on 19/11/13
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  • County Council election results for Frome 2013

    By LoveFrome at 07:24 on 03/05/13
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    Frome election results for the County Council 2013 Frome North PHRIPP, Sam Robin - Liberal Democrat 1047 Elected 37% JOHN, Peter Francis - Conservative 1002 36% HOWARD, Martin Alan - UK Independence Party 455 16%    RICHARDSON, Catherine - Labour 302 11% Frome East HORSFALL, Alvin John - Liberal Democrat 835 Elected 36% GODMAN, James - Conservative 582 25%    WHALE, Baz - UK Independence Party 543...
  • County Council elections for Frome

    By Fromereporter at 14:28 on 19/04/13
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    County Council Elections happen on 2nd May & you can find the County Council page about them here. You can download the list of candidates here & you can see the map showing boundaries on the second photo above. If you don't know which is your ward you can find out here - Find your electoral division Here are the nominees for the Frome area. Frome East LD: Alvin Horsfall Con: James Godman Labour: David Oakensen UKIP:...
  • The Great Big Small Business Brunch in Frome

    By Fromereporter at 10:23 on 10/04/13
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    Frome Town Council, Frome Chamber of Commerce and Frome Community College have got together to enable young people to gain an insight into the work of local small businesses.  On Monday 29 April, the Works Canteen in Weymouth Road, Frome will host the Great Big Small Business Brunch! bringing together people running local businesses and post-16 students at Frome Community College.   This will provide a unique  opportunit...
  • Frome presses Mendip District Council for firm decision on Super Market joint venture

    By Fromereporter at 13:14 on 19/03/13
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    Whilst every effort is being made to resume the Frome Super Market events from June this year, firm confirmation is still awaited from Mendip District Council that it supports the heads of terms proposed for a new joint venture to run the market but time is running out. Cllr Peter Macfadyen, Chair of the External Affairs Committee said, 'Let me say from the outset this is not about politics, it is about having a can do philosophy,...

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