Frome Town Council run a Community Toilet Scheme.
This means that members of the public can access clean, safe and in the majority of cases, accessible toilets in convenient locations across the town. The participating businesses have agreed to let members of the public use their toilet facilities during normal opening hours without the need to make a purchase. The Council offices in Frome Town Hall also offers use of facilities to residents and visitors alike – including level access. See below for those who are part of the You’re Welcome scheme or take a look at the map here.
Other public Toilets
Off Weymouth Road
(owned by Frome Town Council)
Public conveniences and a Changing Places Toilet in Frome are located at the Market Yard Car Park, in Justice Lane (near the Cheese and Grain).
Market Car Park Toilets
Mendip District Council provides public toilet facilities in all the major towns in the district. They include accessible toilets, and baby changing facilities.
“Toilet Twinning” is an initiative through which two British charities raise funds for toilets in countries where there are few – or none. Some of the Community Scheme toilets in the town are twinned with ones in Uganda, Cambodia and Ghana (the latter through a local Frome resident who lives and works there). More information on this scheme is available from www.toilettwinning.org
Last updated 25 July 2018