Booking your course
Please note enrolments are returning to the C&G apart from Pottery where enolments will be taken internally. Classes for autumn 2021 go on sale August 1st
You now have a choice of how to enrol. You can book here on the website by going to the course of your choice or you can book in person at the Cheese & Grain box office up until the end of the second week of term.
If you book online please print out your receipt and take it to your first class. If you book at the Box Office you will be issued with a ticket.
Box Office, Cheese & Grain, Market Yard, Frome, BA11 1BE
Tel: 01373 455420
Box Office open Mon-Sat 8.00am - 8.00pm
You can find out about all the classes either in our brochure or through the website. If you find that a class is full please contact Margaret on 465418 or firstname.lastname@example.org to add your name to a waiting list.
Please note when booking at the Box Office there is a charge of £1.50 for each booking. If your class has to be cancelled for any reason before the start, the C&G will handle refunds.
NB The charge applies to each separate student or course.
After the second week of term you may still enrol on a class if there are places available either by contacting the tutor directly or through Frome Community Education. In this instance cheques must be paid directly to Frome Community Education. To find out more about late enrolments contact us at email@example.com or phone 01373 465418.
Unless stated differently, classes will run for 10 weeks from September until December. They will continue for another 10 weeks in January. In the summer, the number of weeks may vary.
- Autumn Term 2021
- 20 September – 3 December
Half term 25 October-29 October
- Spring Term 2021
- 10 January – 1 April
Half term 21-25 February
- Summer Term 2021
- 25 April – 8 July
Half term 30 May-3 June
Our standard term dates are shown above but some courses start later than Week 1 so please check the start date and duration of your course carefully.
In order to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in effect from May 2018, Frome Community Education is clarifying the way in which personal data is collected, processed, and handled.
FCE currently collects and holds personal data from students (data subjects).
In compliance with GDPR regulations, FCE only collects personal data which is needed and necessary. This data is:
- Name, Address, Phone Numbers, Email Address, Classes joined
Available Basis for lawful processing:
FCE has completed a full review of which lawful basis from the six available (Article 6) that customer personal data can be processed under. It has been determined that lawful basis numbers (a) and (b) apply. They are as follows:
(a) "The data subject (you the student) has given consent to the processing of his or her personal data for one or more specific purposes"
(b) "processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which the data subject is party or in order to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract"
To ensure students have real choice and control, FCE will be obtaining genuine and explicit consent from data subjects (students) whenever personal data is required for a specific purpose.
Obtaining Consent and the 'Right to be Informed'
The data that is collected by FCE is for the purposes of students attending classes offered by tutors working with FCE. We also circulate information about our other relevant classes. To ensure GDPR compliance FCE will now obtain explicit consent from the data subject to collect data. All data subjects will be informed of the collection and use of their personal data in the following manner:-
• Data Subject will be made aware that the data collected will only be used for fulfilment of the contract between them and FCE
• FCE will state how long the data will be retained for.
Storage of Data
All data collected by FCE will be held on private computers owned by FCE committee members with access limited to those FCE committee members.