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Frome was one of the largest towns in Somerset until the Industrial Revolution, and was larger than Bath from AD 950 until 1650.The town originally grew due to the wool and cloth industry.On 12 April 1477, Ankarette Twynyho was taken from the manor house that stands, known locally as the Old Nunnery, in Lower Keyford accused by George Plantagenet, 1st Duke of Clarence of the murder of Isabel Neville, Duchess of Clarence. Ankarette's grandson Roger Twynyho received from Edward IV a full retrospective pardon for Ankarette, and the petition he submitted to the king in 1478 describes fully the circumstances of the case, well illustrating the quasi-kingly high-handedness of Clarence which was ultimately not tolerated by the king.On 27 June 1685, the forces of the Duke of Monmouth camped in Frome, following their defeat in a skirmish with the King's forces at Norton St Philip.The town has road and rail transport links and acts as an economic centre for the surrounding area.
One of the first English Kings, Eadred (son of Edward the Elder), died in Frome on 23 November 955.) is a town and civil parish in eastern Somerset, England.Located at the eastern end of the Mendip Hills, the town is built on uneven high ground, and centres on the River Frome.They made brass ornaments for local churches and became known through the Oxford Movement within the Church of England which led to increasing demand for church ornaments.In addition to church ornaments the firm developed the facilities and expertise to create large statues.
The circular ringwork is 120 feet (37 m) in diameter and stands on the northern slope of Roddenbury Hill, close to the Iron Age Roddenbury Hillfort.