Funding Success

Frome Mayor Toby Eliot with Alison Keyes from FHfF and other Participatory Budgeting award winners.
Frome Mayor Toby Eliot with Alison Keyes from FHfF and other Participatory Budgeting award winners.

At the Frome Town Council Participatory Budget event today 11 March 2017, we received the second highest number of votes from the panel of judges and as a result were awarded the full amount of the grant we applied for. The £1,300 awarded will pay for venue hire, publicity and speaker expenses.

Events for Frome: The town decides.

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Zero Nights scheme – emergency provision for rough sleepers in Frome

FHfF is looking for someone who lives in the town, has experience of working with homeless people, and would like to co-ordinate an emergency shelter for homeless people over the winter. You can find the job pack here; the closing date for applications is midnight on Sunday 28th October. 

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Are you concerned about the shortage of decent affordable housing for local people in our town?

Fair Housing for Frome (FHfF) are a community group who are running a campaign during 2017 to raise awareness of, and find solutions to, housing problems in Frome, particularly for young people and families.

 

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