The Frome Society for Local Study was founded in 1958
by a number of townspeople who realised there was a need to
make the history of Frome and the district better known, and
to preserve its historic buildings and records
In the past. Frome Society for Local Study has:
*   Helped to establish and run Frome Museum.
*   Gathered and safeguarded information on Frome's history.
*   Played a leading role in conserving historic buildings,
    including Marston House.
*   Given donations to many local projects.
*   Given financial assistance for research.
*   Purchased and repaired important relics.
*   Provided plaques to mark buildings of interest.
*   Helped to set up Frome Town Twinning.
*   Published over 80 titles of historic and local interest,
    selling by post & online new titles and Year Books
Currently, the Frome Society for Local Study is actively
involved in:
*  An annual programme of winter lectures.
*  An annual programme of summer visits to places of interest.
*  Continuing its wide range of research, donations, and publications.
Frome Society for Local Study is a Registered Charity No.292340
If you are interested in:
*   Archaeology,
*   Architecture,
*   Frome,
*   Geology,
*   Historic houses and gardens,
*   Local history,
*   Natural History
then Frome Society for Local Study has something to offer you.
Remember, if you join the Frome Society for Local Study, you
automatically become a member of the Frome and
District Civic Society as well.
A Bunn Column, one of a pair, are all that remains of Bunn's planned Crescent
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Mr Gladstone comes to Frome
It was a full house at Rook Lane for the 2014 Frome Festival with Derek Wilson as Gladstone, Hilary Daniel as Disraeli with Peter Clark as narrator.
Plaque erected to commemorate the birth of Professor Sir Charles William Oatley at 5, Badcox Parade on February 14th 2014