Where to see this year’s carnival
Frome Carnival takes place each year on a Saturday towards the end of September. There’s an afternoon and evening procession, much of the local community gets involved and the carnival helps to raise funds for a number of groups and charities in Frome.
Frome Carnival is this weekend (24th September) and is set to be as vibrant as ever. With two procession routes, there’s a little something for everyone to enjoy. The afternoon event begins at Frome’s largest park Victoria Park at 2.30pm.
The evening procession begins at Marston Trading Estate at 7pm.
Carnival programmes are available in our Information Centre point for £1, with a chance to win £50 if the Carnival Queen selects your lucky number printed on the back of your programme.
2.30PM: Afternoon Procession Route
Victoria Park gate, up Weymouth Road, left into Somerset Road, left into Butts Hill, Wesley Slope, left into Christchurch Street West, left into Weymouth Road and into Park via Weymouth Road park gates.
7.00PM: Evening Procession Route
Route begins at junction of Manor Road with The Butts, proceeds along The Butts, Butts Hill, Welsey Slope, Bath Street, Market Place, North Parade, Berkley Road, Badgers Hill and finishes by the Football Ground.
There is a reserved area with seats for viewing located at the junction of Rossiters Road and The Butts, (approach from The Beehive crossroads and park in Rossiters Road.)