Community stalls and information

There will be space for community groups and information stalls at the 2018 Potato Day and Seed Swap. If you are involved in a community group or local nature based business, this can be a great way to publicise what you are doing, find out what people think and get more people involved. There is no charge for community groups, but space is a little limited, so if you are interested, please get in touch as soon as possible, by emailing Caroline at:

  incredibleediblefrome@gmail.com

2018 Community Stalls

Frome Selwood Horticultural Society will provide children’s activities throughout the day and fantastic advice!

This amazing group has been going for 50 years!! They meet at Critchill School. What better way to enjoy a Tuesday evening, once a month, than to be among like-minded gardening friends? £6 annual membership, £2 visitor, all to include a cup of tea and good company.

Wild Thyme was established in February 2016 at Love’s Lane biodynamic and organic farm in Somerset by Samara Lewis, who is a Level 3 Forest School Leader & previous teacher of anthropology and archaeology to adults.

Since this time they have grown and developed and now run weekly sessions for home educated children, 3 days a week, and throughout the school holidays. They are based at Love’s Lane Farm and Ammerdown woods, both near Radstock in North East Somerset.

FROGS is a community group of volunteers encouraging the use, protection and enjoyment of outdoor spaces in and around Frome. They want to make sure that the green spaces are safe and inviting for people of all ages to enjoy. They run regular gardening sessions at the Roundhouse Community Garden on the Otherside. They welcome anyone who is interested in the outdoors and making sure that we enjoy it and look after it.

Vallis Veg is a small farm on the outskirts of Frome, producing vegetables, fruit and various other farm products for their local customers. They also offer a small number of camping spots and other activities/events for visitors.

Frome Country Market provides Home-made, home-grown and handcrafted goods. The market is run by local people selling their own quality produce.

Frome Food Assembly is an Award-winning food community bringing you the best produce from your local farmers and foodmakers.

The National Allotment Society

 RSPB

Somerset Wildlife Trust