ON THIS WEEK’S SHOW
SIOUX HOW from Fair Housing for Frome talks about the Zero Nights initiative for the homeless of
KAROLYN CURLE from Jackdaws talks about the music school and educational work in the south
There’s a report about a night at 5 th FROME SCOUT GROUP, giving us a great insight into the
activities of the scouts.
And STEVIE DAHL from TALL TREES nursery tells us the story behind their Christmas Song which she
produced in the nursery with the children and is being sold in aid of breast cancer research.
If you would like to be on Frome FM – on any of the shows – contact us on the frome.fm website or
This Saturday’s Frome FM breakfast show (12th Jan) is a genuine must listen.
Regular host Ida Down is joined this weekend by Ian, from Different Sounds, his son Seth and Seth’s mate Scott. What could possibly go wrong?
Along with the usual features (news, sport, weather and what’s on), there are four very special guests.
First up is 60′s legend Beaky, from Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich, who are playing in Frome on the 23rd of January.
Secondly, we have Steve from the UK’s number one Green Day ‘tribute band’, Green Haze, who are appearing with One Eighty Two at the Cheese and Grain on Saturday night.
Our third guest is popular comedian Zoe Lyons, who is bringing her latest show ‘Entry Level Human’ to the Merlin theatre on February 2nd.
Finally, we have the legendary Merrill Osmond, from The Osmonds, who appearing with brother Jay at the Cheese and Grain on the 23rd of February.
The show starts at 9am on 96.6FM locally or www.frome.fm
A splendid time is guaranteed for all.
Anna Francis, Resilience Manager, Frome Town Council talks about a community energy training session on 15th January at the Town Hall 10-1pm and energy cafes at the Town Hall 10-12pm on Tuesdays till end February frometowncouncil.org.uk
Brett Sadler from RSA Frome talks about a Making A Difference event called Prepare for Future Shocks. It’s free, on 17th January from 6.30-8.30 at Knoll Hill Farm, Trudoxhill firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
James Ellis, author talks about financing the publishing of a novel by crowdfunding. Get your name as a supporter into his latest book! www.unbound.com/books/an-others-look
Chris Underwood from Stagecoach performing arts school talks about their Saturday classes at Selwood School www.stagecoach.co.uk/trowbridgeandfrome 01249 714333
This week’s training opportunities from Helen Fielden at volunteerfrome.org: The toy library is looking for a volunteer to help with admin, just an hour a week to be done at their stay and play sessions. fromechildrensfestival.org
Frome’s Missing Links also looking for regular volunteers to help with the next stages in clearing the cycle path. https://fromesmissinglinks.org.uk/activity/blog/
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This week’s show comes from the Trinity Church Hall where Frome Charity Active And In Touch had their Christmas Lunch.
This is the last AAF until 2019, when we return with a new series on January 8th.
If you or your organisation wants to use All About Frome to tell the town about something you’re doing or something you need, email us at email@example.com and we’ll see what we can do!!
Following their hugely successful fundraising drive in May, in which Frome College Radio Club students broadcasted live for a marathon 24hrs, the Radio Club project has expanded into Oakfield Academy, with the aim of helping the year 8 students with the transition to College. Frome College Radio donated recording equipment and, with the help of FromeFM arranged training in OFCOM standards, presentation and technical skills.
FromeFM Director for Children & Young People, Jennie Smith, said:
“FromeFM are proud to be able to offer the young people of Frome this unique and exciting opportunity to broadcast regular shows on FromeFM. It enables young people of all abilities to work with and get to know people within the wider community of Frome. It allows them to have a say in services that affect them and to develop the confidence and expertise to articulate what matters to them, providing vital skills and experience that last for a lifetime”
The new show, ‘Acorns on Air’ was a huge success, and the team, led by Oakfield Head of Maths Mr Andrew Stephenson, enjoyed it so much they asked to present a Christmas show. You can next hear ‘Acorns on Air’ on Wednesday 19th December at 4pm on 96.6FM locally or anywhere via the internet on www.frome.fm
ON THIS WEEK’S SHOW
Rosie Miles talks about her cabaret show in aid of We Hear You, Frome’s counselling charity
Rosie’s No.1 Cabaret Show
Saturday, December 15th at 7:30pm
Tithe Barn, Mells BA11 3PN
Tickets available online from Facebook. Go to: Rosie’s No 1 Cabaret Show
Direct Facebook Booking Link
Tickets also available from:
Mells Village Shop (now available)
and L’Aperitivo Cafe, 16, Catherine Hill, Frome
Clive Baker discusses the need for a new volunteer manager for
Mells Barn Socials for the Blind and Partially Sighted.
If you think you could help, call Clive or Gillian on 01373 813391
The Chapterhouse Theatre Company of
“A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens
at St. Margaret’s Church, Corsley BA12 7QE
On Thursday December 6th (St Nicholas’ Day)
6.30 for free mince pies and bubbly. Curtain up at 7.30pm
Frome Youth Choir is putting on a free concert at
Christchurch, Frome. 3pm Saturday 1st December.
The concert will feature seasonal sparkly songs sung by young people aged 6-14 years.
Liz Eley talks about her passion for bats and other wildlife which she cares for at her animal sanctuary outside Frome.
Listen to the sounds of bats autolocating using sonic beams and hear some amazing statistics about this unusual and much-maligned flying mammal.
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