Parks & Green spaces

Hello there all you parks people & outdoorsy folk.

Coronavirus: Please use the Quick links on our homepage for up to date information on the coronavirus pandemic.  There’s current information about our parks and open spaces in the FAQs.


If you’ve stumbled onto this page by chance… well read on to find out more about Frome’s brilliant parks and green spaces – and our exciting plans for the future.

If you’ve been here before or you know just what you’re looking for do carry on.

Either way we hope you find what you want on these pages – and that you’re excited, enthused & encouraged to get out and explore everything that Frome’s green spaces have to offer. From Wild about Frome to holding your own event. And if you’re not sure what to do with yourself today, hopefully you’ll find some ideas and inspiration.

Keep up to date

Want to keep up to date and get involved with the town’s parks & green spaces.

Then sign up to receive the Town Clerk’s email update by contacting us with your name and your email address.

If you’d like information in other ways please write in, email us, call us or call in to our office at Frome Town Hall.

Man’s best friend

Dogs are welcome in most of Frome’s parks and green spaces – but following consultation & agreement in 2014 we introduced Dog Control Orders to help us keep these spaces clean, friendly and welcoming for everyone.

Strategic documents & Plans

Victoria Park, Frome

Not as daunting or technical as you might think. Or as boring for that matter!

In fact, it’s essential that we have plans and strategies in place for the town – and that goes for the parks & green spaces too.

You can see the current plans, all collected together in one place on our Plans & next steps for our green spaces page.

You’ll also find the plans – by space – on the relevant pages down the left.

How are we doing?

Lastly, please keep in touch.

It’s good to know if you like what we’re up to; and it means we can do more of it!

And since you’re out and about lots, it also means that you can let us know when things aren’t quite as they should be. Then we can sort them!

Last updated 29th June 2020.