In Memory of Julian

Posties diet for appeal

Three postal workers are aiming to lose weight and raise money for the Julian Wort Memorial Appeal.

Darren Coles, Debbie Jelly and Chris Arnold have joined Shapes Slimming Club at Frome Library and want to lose 2 stone each in six months.

It was Darren’s idea to do the sponsored slim for the appeal. He said: “Julian was a very good friend – we grew up together. I want to raise as much as I can, I do the town centre round and will be asking businesses to sponsor me.”

Before the trio did their first weigh-in they made the most of Pancake Day.

Lets Hair it for CRY

Nine men lost their locks for charity last Sunday. One of them was Frome barber Steven Rusbridge fo Badcox Barber Shop. The money raised is going to the charity Cardiac Risk in the Young. It is a charity supported by the Wort family of Frome after the sudden death of 28-year-old Julian Wort. Julian was Mr Rusbridge’s brother in law. The final sum raised is to exceed £1300. Pictured is Steven in the barbers seat.

Floral group supports ECG fund

£200 raised by the Frome Floral Art society at their annual Christmas demonstration has been handed to the Julian Wort Memorial Fund to provide an ECG machine for the Frome Health Centre.

In Memory of Julian

A reunion of around 200 ex students and school friends of the late Julian Wort, was held at the Assembly Rooms Frome on Saturday 17th March

The event raised £642 for a fund set up in Julian’s Memory

Julian Wort newsclip3of4Kids night out

A Kids Night Out at Little Terrors in Frome raised £193 for the Julian Wort Fund.

All of the 60 tots got to meet the Easter Bunny