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Frome is a town in Somerset, England.
Frome may also refer to:
Relating to the Somerset town
- Frome railway station
- Frome Community College
- Frome (UK Parliament constituency) (1832–1950)
- Somerton and Frome (UK Parliament constituency)
- Frome Town F.C.
- Frome Festival
- Electoral district of Frome, a state electoral district in South Australia
- Lake Frome is found in the mid-north of South Australia
- Bishop's Frome, village and civil parish in eastern Herefordshire
- Frome St Quintin, village in west Dorset
- Frome Vale, city council ward in Bristol
- Frome Vauchurch, village in west Dorset
- Frome, Jamaica, a small town
- River Frome, Bristol
- River Frome, Dorset
- River Frome, Herefordshire
- River Frome, Somerset
- River Frome, Stroud
- Edward Charles Frome (1802–1890), surveyor and administrator
- Lenny Frome (died 1998), gambling author and video poker expert
- Milton Frome (1909–1989), American actor
- Sir Norman Frederick Frome (1899–1982), ornithologist
- Ethan Frome, 1911 novel by Edith Wharton
- Frome Sports Club, multi-use stadium in Savanna-la-Mar, Jamaica
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