ON THIS WEEK’S SHOW
Ros Whitehouse talks about the newly-launched
Women’s Shed and the skills on offer.
The venue will be the Welshmill Hub Remakery, 1st floor.
Start date is Monday 0900 a.m. 21st May
Facebook page : Frome Women’s Shed
Patrick Abrahams from Frome Men’s Shed tells us about the plans for
mutual help with the Women’s Shed and the Remakery project.
The Improve Don’t Move event will have a Men’s Shed
stall on draught-proofing
Improve Don’t Move – Cheese & Grain, Sat 19th May 10-3 Free
Asham Woods Somerset Wildlife Trust woodland crafts event
with bird and batboxes made by the Men’s Shed
5th May 9.30-5.45 £6 or £4 for children
Sue Willis from the Frome Children’s Festival
is in the studio to tell us about the festival’s
recent grant, their plans for this year’s event
which has a special emphasis on support for children with disabilities.
Sunday 8th July in Victoria Park
Facebook page : Frome Children’s Festival
Charlie Orr, Project Officer, Frome Town Council
talks about his role as a project officer concerned with
economic development in Frome
and the main events – business breakfasts and Discuss and Do events.
There’s also a short segment about new volunteering opportunities coming up in Frome
taken from the volunteerfrome.org website
Facebook page : volunteer Frome
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