Frome
2°19′17″W / 51.2279°N 2.3215°W / 51.2279; -2.3215Frome (/ˈfruːm/ FROOM) is a town and civil parish in northeast Somerset, England. Located at the eastern end of the Mendip Hil...
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Henry Minchin Noad
Henry Minchin Noad FRS (1815–1877), chemist and physicist.
Noad, born at Shawford, near Frome, Somerset, 22 June 1815, was son of Humphrey Noad, by Maria Hunn, a half-sister of the Rt. Hon. George...
Frome Town F.C.
Frome Town Football Club is an English football club based Frome, a town in the county of Somerset. They play in the Southern Football League Premier Division. The club's nickname is the Robins and th...
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Orchardleigh Lake
Orchardleigh Lake (also spelt Orchardlea) (grid reference ST779508) is an 11.23-hectare artificial lake in the grounds of the Orchardleigh Estate, just north of Frome, Somerset, England. It was formed...
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Frome Museum
Frome Museum in Frome, Somerset, England houses a collection of local history and has a particular important collection of artefacts from the bronze foundry of J.W.Singer.
There are two display ro...
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Agricultural Showgrounds, Frome
Agricultural Showgrounds is a cricket ground in Frome, Somerset. The first recorded match on the ground was in 1882, when Frome played United Eleven. In 1932, Somerset played Northamptonshire in the...
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Richard Vranch
Richard Leslie Vranch (born 29 June 1959 in Frome, England) is a British comedian, actor and musician.
Vranch graduated from Cambridge University with a PhD in physics. While a first-year doctoral...
Blue House, Frome
The Blue House in Frome, Somerset, England, was built in 1726 and has been designated as a Grade I listed building.The Blue House, located adjacent to the town bridge, was formerly the Bluecoat School...
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Frome (UK Parliament constituency)
Frome was a constituency centred on the town of Frome in Somerset. It returned one Member of Parliament to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1832, until it was abolishe...
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Frome Festival
The annual ten-day Frome Festival usually starts the first Friday in July, in Frome, Somerset, England.The Frome Festival was conceived by Martin Bax and the inaugural event was held in 2000. He stepp...
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Edward Fryer
Edward Fryer, M.D. (1761–1826) was an English physician.
Fryer was born at Frome, Somerset. He was sent to the grammar school there, and then apprenticed to a general practitioner of medicine in W...
Colin Leech
Colin Leech (30 August 1889 – 6 March 1961) was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire in 1922.Leech was born in Hayfield, Derbyshire and made his first appearance for Hayfield Cricket C...
Rook Lane Chapel, Frome
Rook Lane Chapel was a place of worship, and is now an arts centre, in Frome, Somerset, England.Built in 1707 by James Pope the chapel was the place of worship for nonconformists. In 1717 there were a...
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Farleigh College
Newbury Manor School, formerly Farleigh College, is a mainly residential special school for pupils with Asperger syndrome, situated at Newbury, near Mells, seven miles from Frome, in the English count...
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Thomas ap Rees
Thomas ap Rees (19 October 1930 – 3 October 1996) was a botanist. He was Professor of Botany at the University of Cambridge between 1991 and 1996 when he has killed in a road accident whilst cycling h...
Frome Hoard
The Frome Hoard is a hoard of 52,503 Roman coins found in April 2010 by metal detectorist Dave Crisp near Frome in Somerset, England. The coins were contained in a ceramic pot 45 cm (18 in) ...
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Francis Close
Francis Close (11 July 1797 – 18 December 1882) was the Anglican Rector of Cheltenham (1826–1856), and Dean of Carlisle from 1856–1881.
Close was born on 11 July 1797 in Frome, Somerset, the young...
Ronnie Briggs
William Ronald "Ronnie" Briggs (29 March 1943 – 28 August 2008) was a Northern Irish footballer who played as a goalkeeper for Manchester United, Swansea Town and Bristol Rovers in the 1960s.Born in B...
Frome railway station
Frome railway station serves a largely rural area of the county of Somerset in England, and is situated in the town of Frome.The station is located on a 1.5 miles (2.4 km) long branch line which ...
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