Frome: A Special Town: A Book Written by People Interested in Frome’s Past, Present and, in Particular, Future by Produced For The People Of Frome by The Rotary Club Of Frome, In Celebration Of Its 70th Birthday

Frome: A Special Town: A Book Written by People Interested in Frome’s Past, Present and, in Particular, Future by Produced For The People Of Frome by The Rotary Club Of Frome, In Celebration Of Its 70th Birthday lands on the shelves of my shop, where it will be found in my Local History section.

Frome: Rotary Club of Frome, 1996, Hardback in dust wrapper.

Contains: Black & white photographs; Colour photographs; Colour drawings;

From the cover: The Rotary Club of Frame was formed on December 3rd 1925, and amongst its founder members were the vicar, a bank manager, an electrical engineer, a factory manager, a coal merchant, a solicitor, a publican, a dentist, a managing director, a jeweller, a headmaster, a motor engineer and an insurance agent. Much the same sort of make up has remained in the Club to this day.

What is Rotary? Briefly it is a world fellowship of business and professional men and women, united in the ideal of service. It has more than 27,000 clubs with a membership of well over one million, in more than 152 countries. The spirit and ideal of Rotary which has attracted so many men and women of different races, faiths and cultures is to encourage the development of acquaintances as an opportunity for service. It encourages high ethical standards in business and community life, and the advancement of international understanding, goodwill and peace.

Our Club has been glad to support the local community and overseas communities in need, for seventy years and hopes to continue to do so for the next seventy years and more.

Very Good in Very Good Dust Wrapper.

Blue boards with Gilt titling to the Spine. 128 pages. 10″ x 7½”.

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