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Coronavirus

Coronavirus is already placing a huge strain on our community, and those who are already struggling will be hit hardest. Fair Frome is here to help as many people as possible during this crisis, but it’s having an impact on us too.  Demand will inevitably rise, but many of our volunteers are older and self-isolating …

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Access for All Meeting held on 7 March: Summary of Issues. Next Meeting Tuesday June 6th – please contact us to book and sign up to take part in future action.

The first Fair Frome Access for All meeting was held at the Football Club on the 7th March at 12.30 The summary is recorded below – please read these main issues that were highlighted and discussed.   We are now ready to move forward with how we can effect some of the changes identified at …

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Fair Frome & The Living Wage (not the higher national minimum wage for over 25s)

Fair Frome & The Living Wage… There are many people in Frome who have jobs but there are also 46 families who needed food parcels from Fair Frome last month.  How can this be? The Living Wage Foundation has been campaigning for the implementation of a ‘Real’ Living Wage (currently £8.25 an hour for over …

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Rose T

Before moving to Frome I worked in a Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Croydon YMCA. Helped Refugees and Asylum Seekers at Law Centre in London and in hostel for young homeless people. I have volunteered for charities in this country and in Asia. I have worked at Frome College as a Special Needs Teaching Assistant for …

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