Over 100 people gathered in the Assembly Rooms on 5 December to share their views and increase understanding of the issues surrounding the proposed Steiner School on Park Road in Frome.
The evening was organised by the Town Council in a way that everyone was able to express themselves. The result was a very positive meeting with the overwhelming majority of those who came finding the evening informative and useful.
Paul Wynne, the Town Clerk said, “The evening was very popular and we shall be holding another one in early January for those who were unable to attend. All the views will be recorded and will be forward to the relevant bodies. The Town Council is also now better informed about the views of the town and shall, I am sure, take the planning related ones into account when it responds to the schools planning application at its meeting on 12 December.”
Members of the public are very welcome to attend the Council meeting on 12 December, 7pm at the Assembly Rooms.