Local art & local apples
Fantastic views and local artwork, just minutes from the town centre.
Historically, Millennium Green was used as both a quarry and for grazing horses.
Since 2000, in the hands of the Frome Millennium Green Trust, the site has become a more natural area, home to lots of wildlife, a community orchard and one of the oldest trees in Frome!
The south-facing slopes here also enjoy the sunshine (as it comes!) throughout the year, with melting frosts a treat for walkers & photographers on sunny winter days.
Commissioned by the Trust, the site also features a number of pieces produced by local artists, making this a distinct and characterful landscape in the town.
Depending on which direction you’re coming from, Millennium Green either slopes its way up towards North Parade; or down towards Rodden Meadow.
Things to do
- Enjoy the views down to Rodden Meadow & the riverbanks. And the views across to Cley Hill and beyond!
- Check out the carved picnic table and the benches, all made by Frome Craftsman Anthony Rogers
- Find the community orchard
- Take a more interesting route from the car park into the town centre, passing by the ancient Sycamore
- Extend your walks – Millennium Green links up easily with Rodden Meadow & North Parade
Find out more
Click here to visit the Frome Millennium Green Trust website:
Millennium Green is managed by the Frome Millennium Green Trust.
We often work with them on projects as they come up, so if you have ideas & ambitions for the site please get in touch with either of us:
Last updated 18 April 2016