The fifth annual Frome Window Wanderland is taking place this year on Friday 4th to Monday 7th March, from 5.30 – 9pm each evening.
The team said: “After a difficult year of holding events in 2021, hopefully we will be able to get back to a more normal Wanderland experience this year and we hope people will embrace the opportunity to get involved!”
Frome Window Wanderland is a fun community event where anyone can make a display in their own window and light it up for others to wander around and enjoy. The event takes place after the February half-term break and the organisers are holding several workshops at Black Swan Arts in the run-up to the event, giving adults and children the opportunity to create window decorations to take home to display as well as join together to create a community window at the Black Swan Arts Centre.
If you are stuck for inspiration for your window display, Frome Window Wanderland have linked with The Good Heart Cafe this year as part of their ‘Frome Kindness Festival’ (1st-6th March) and so are suggesting if you need a spark of inspiration that ‘Kindness’ could be the key?
Making a display can be as simple as hanging your favourite piece of clothing in it, placing your favourite book in the window, or maybe a front room disco or performance, it is completely up to you.
Just remember to sign up by going to the Frome Window Wanderland webpage. There will be downloadable maps of different areas of Frome this year, so you can plan your route and go for a wander in your neighbourhood.
Looking for a half term activity? A limited number of basic packs will be available from the Town Hall reception during half term week, you can pick one up from reception Monday to Friday, 9:30am to 5pm (4:30pm on Friday). The packs are basic but Postscript and Ellenbray in town have an abundance of supplies to help your creativity.