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Frome is regarded as offering excellent schooling, you can see the latest Frome Ofsted scores HERE.
The 2011 You.Gov census recorded Frome’s population as 26,000.
13 miles south of Bath and 25 miles from Bristol and its international airport, Frome offers excellent access to the stunning Somerset countryside. By train you can be in London in 2hrs and 10 mins. It’s also a short journey to local attractions such as Sheerwater Lake and Longleat Safari Park.
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Moving to Frome? Frome is proudly different and has a really strong selection of independent shops, cafes and businesses. Here’s a quick look at some of the best that Frome has to offer;
Possibly the greatest thing since sliced (or unsliced) bread. This friendly, artisan bakery is literally a cut above. And their pizza nights are not to be missed!
Showcasing the very best local producers, this incredibly tasteful deli, cheese shop and café really does give a taste of what Frome is all about.
Leading the fight against zero waste, Denude is a “weigh and pay” wholefood store. Simply take your own containers, weigh what you need and help cut out wasteful packaging. Brilliant.
This delightful store has everything you need to transform your new house into your dream home. Homeware, furnishings, furniture, hardware and a wonderfully friendly team.
With rail links to Bath, Bristol and London, some of the best independent shops in Somerset, live events, live venues, regular markets and some outstanding eateries, it’s little wonder Frome was named as one of the coolest places to live by The Sunday Times. The town has a rich history, founded on the wool trade and local agriculture, Frome still showcases the best local flavours and producers through its shops and weekly markets.
There are two weekly markets selling fresh produce. During the warmer months Sundays are the busiest day of the week when the largest market fills the streets with all kinds of antiques, clothes, food and more, attracting happy shoppers from the surrounding area.
There are two independent theatres, a large sports centre with gym and swimming pool, café and softplay area. The calendar is packed with live events and festivals plus there’s a thriving art scene that highlights the best local artists and encourages those wanting to give it a go. The Frome Agricultural and Cheese Show is one of the highlights of the year, packed with the flavours of somerset, entertainment, stalls, street food and more. And of course, there is the Cheese & Grain, a legendary venue that attracts all kinds of acts (one of the world’s biggest bands Foo Fighters played a secret gig here!), the venue also has a bar, café and events throughout the year.
Close to the town there are a number of major attractions including Longleat Safari Park and Paulton Park.
A short drive from Bath, twenty-five miles from Bristol and a short hop to Glastonbury, Frome is perfectly located to discover the best of Somerset. Regular trains connect to Southampton, Cardiff and London. International travellers can take advantage of Bristol International Airport, motorists can get quick access to the M4, M5 and A303.