Ron White talks about his memories of the soldiers coming back from Dunkirk during World War Two.
Rotol moved from Cheltenham to the Marston Trading Estate in Frome during World War Two. The company became Tool & Gauge when it was bought by Michael West’s father after the war.
Many evacuees who came to Frome during the war sent letters to their families back home.
Muriel Chapman and her husband married in 1938 after a long engagement. They took evacuees into their home in 1939 shortly after the beginning of the war and kept in touch with them after the war.
Ray Daniel’s father was a solicitor in Frome. After his death, Ray Daniel’s mother looked after the family.
Jim White was a child during the Second World War. He remembers the removal of the Bridge Street railings and soldiers fighting and letting off thunder flashes in Frome’s Market Place.