FROGS: Frome Recreation and Open Ground Supporters

How to join us

There are no membership formalities or fees for FROGS, and everyone is welcome to join in. Details of our forthcoming events are shown below.

Please ring Sheila Hedges on 01373 451613 if you would like more information, or fill out the form on our contact page.

Diary

2018

February

Saturday 24th
10:00 am: Community Gardening, The Roundhouse Garden, The Otherside
There is mulching and weeding if the weather is dry ! Meet by the Roundhouse opposite the Canoe Club to start tidying the raised beds and checking on the garden. Please wear gloves and stout shoes and bring hand tools and rakes if you have them. All welcome, but children must be accompanied by a carer.
Sunday 25th
10:00 am: Seed Swap and Potato Day, 10 till 2, Cheese & Grain
You can swap/buy seeds and get potatoes for your vegetable garden at this annual event. Come and wander round and meet us - FROGS have a stall this year, so come and see us. Children's Activities. Info on http://fromepotatoday.org.uk. Brought to you by Sustainable Frome and Incredible Edible Frome. Entrance 2+.

March

Saturday 3rd
3:00 pm: Yellowfish anti-pollution activity , outside Library
The Bristol Avon Rivers Trust are running this activity for FROGS walking around Frome town centre, highlighting storm drains, which lead directly to the river. Anything put down the drain, such as paint, milk or car oil can have a devastating impact on the life within the river as it degrades the water quality. Contact enquiries@fromefrogs.org.uk to book a place.

April

Sunday 22nd
9:00 am: Listen to the Birds, Town Centre end of Willow Vale
Join Dan Lupton as he leads a walk along Willow Vale towards Rodden Meadow to listen to the birdsong and he will help us identify the songsters. Please - no dogs. Children welcome, but must be accompanied by an adult. 2
Sunday 29th
10:00 am: Sports Fest - 10 till 2, Victoria Park
Free taster sessions by local sports clubs and groups and the Skate Park consultation. Organised by the Children's Festival

September

Friday 7th
6:45 pm: Bat walk with Adel Avery, Great Elm/Vallis Vale
Join us as we look for bats - we're going to a different venue this year, exact details to follow. Cost 2 - all proceeds to the Bat Group. Accompanied children welcome.