Have your say on the toilets in Victoria Park
Click here to find out more about how to vote between Saturday 1 April and Sunday 16 April
Run and play – then play some more
Just next door to Victoria Park is the Mary Baily Playing Field.
Generously left to the town by local resident Mary Baily in the 1930s, the playing field is now one of Frome’s best spaces for play.
There’s access from Somerset Road, Park Road, through Victoria Park and from Tickleberry Alley.
Mary Baily is an easy walk or bike ride from the town centre.
What can I do here?
- Dedicated play areas for toddlers and children
- Frome’s skatepark
- Ball games allowed! Basketball, football, cricket & street snooker on the inclusive sports & games court
- Run around! Mary Baily is fenced all the way round; it’s dog-free; and it has great lines of sight because it’s flat. All good for folks looking after little ones
- Opening in May 2016 – three brand new community tennis courts
Anyone for tennis..?
We’re pleased to announce that the new community tennis courts – developed in partnership with Frome Selwood Tennis Club – will be opening this May.
Click here to find out more – including information about how to book the new courts.
Anything else I should know?
Play is an essential part of every child’s life – and we want children to be able to play in safe, clean and well-designed spaces. This means that dogs are banned from Mary Baily at all times. Click here to find out more about the Dog Control Orders that apply in our parks & green spaces.
Since they’re next door to each other, it made sense to draw up a combined plan for Victoria Park and Mary Baily.
This plan was approved in March 2016 – and we’re working on it right now!
Why not sign up to our mailing list so you can keep up to date with progress on the plan?
We’d also love to hear from you if you have any comments on the plan:
Or come in to see us at Frome Town Hall (Christchurch Street West, BA11 1EB)
Last updated 20 March 2017