In Frome

Mary Baily Playing Field

Just next door to Victoria Park is the Mary Baily Playing Field. Generously left to the town by local resident Mary Baily in the …

Victoria Park

Frome’s first public park was created and opened around 1887 to celebrate Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee. Not too surprisingly then, Victoria Park is the …

Welshmill

Play, Woods & Frome’s famous BMX Pump Track On the north bank of the river, Welshmill is one of Frome’s best spots for playing. …

The Old Showfield

The Old Showfield… Great for dogs…. and kids…. and runners…. and walkers… and general outdoor stuff! The Old Showfield is Frome’s largest open green …

Rodden Meadow

Wildflowers, wildlife & wild grasses Rodden Meadow is an ancient meadow just minutes from the town centre. Situated next to the river, the meadow …

Millenium Green

Local art & local apples Fantastic views and local artwork, just minutes from the town centre. Historically, Millennium Green was used as both a …

The Dippy

Blackberries, trees & important habitats The Dippy is an important and valuable space to the south of Frome town centre – a well-used link …

Weylands

The middle-man, joining the town’s riverside spaces Head north from The Otherside or Welshmill and you’ll find Weylands – a flat, grassed green space …

River Frome Corridor

A footpath along the scenic River Frome, from the Cheese and Grain to Welshmill Lane.