The first Sunday of every month
Frome town centre
2018 Market Dates
*** MARCH MARKET CANCELLED DUE TO ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS ***
1st April / 6th May / 3rd June / 1st July /
5th August / 2nd September / 7th October / 4th November /
How to get here
The trains are very convenient and only a half-mile stroll from the market – see below for train times.
If you’re coming by car please be prepared for busy roads, and make sure you park legally and safely – the best places is in one of our designated Park & Ride carparks.
Visitors are kindly requested to park with consideration for Frome residents and businesses. Please do not park on or obstruct pavements, driveways or sight lines at junctions.
Frome Station is a 10 minutes stroll from the town centre. Trains arrive at 09:22 and 10.31 from Bristol, Bath and Wiltshire Stations, with return trains at 15.37, 17:31 and 19:18 with the Heart of Wessex Bristol to Weymouth line. Trains from Weymouth, Dorchester and Yeovil arrive at 12:27 with return trains at 14:34 and 18:39.
Park & Ride
Park your car at Frome Medical Practice, BA11 2FH or Selwood Academy, BA11 2EF and hop on the bus for a small fee. First bus 10am, last bus from town centre 3.45pm. Both car parks are around a 10 – 15 minute walk from the centre of the market, so feel free to park and walk if you wish.
If travelling by car, please make use of our extremely convenient Park & Ride service. Buses are fully accessible with space for a wheelchair, however there will be some disabled parking bays available in Frome town centre for blue badge holders.
Please be aware that new parking restrictions and traffic enforcement will be in operation on market Sundays. Visitors are kindly requested to park with consideration for Frome residents (please do not park on pavements, block driveways or sight lines at junctions) and advised to observe the new parking restrictions put in place by Somerset County Council.
Route 267 from Bath. Set down and pick up in Cork St car park on market Sundays.
Frome is on Route 24 of the National Cycle Network, which includes the Colliers Way, connecting the Dundas Aquaduct and Frome.