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The first Sunday of every month

Frome town centre

Market dates

Sunday 6th March 2022

Sunday 3rd April 2022

Sunday 1st May 2022

Sunday 5th June 2022

Sunday 3rd July 2022

Sunday 7th August 2022

Sunday 4th September 2022

Sunday 2nd October 2022

Sunday 6th November 2022

Sunday 4th December 2022

Travel Information

By Car

As in previous years, you will be able to park at one of our temporary carparks and hop on a bus to take you to Market Place.

Our Park & Ride carparks are located at:

Frome Medical Practice (Enos Way, BA11 2FH)


Frome College (Bath Road, BA11 2HQ).

The first shuttle bus is at 10am, last bus from town centre 3.45pm. Donations of £2 per car gratefully received at Park & Ride car parks.

There are other car parks in Frome with limited availability, with the exception of South Parade car park which is for permit holders only on Sundays.

Additional car park information is available here


Please consider walking from the car parks into the market to keep congestion on board the buses to a minimum. The walk from the Park & Ride car parks into Frome town centre takes around 10-15 minutes.

Please bring a face covering with you, unless you are mask-exempt, as this will be required when using the shuttle bus.

As in previous years, we ask that visitors show consideration for the local community and do not park in residential streets or block access for homes and business.

By Bus & Train

There are many services running between Frome and Bristol, Bath, Dorset and other destinations, but some may be subject to engineering works and rail replacement bus services. Please use the links below and be sure to leave plenty of time to plan your trip.

Bus information is available here

Train information is available here

By Bike

Frome is on Route 24 of the National Cycle Network, which includes the Colliers Way, connecting the Dundas Aquaduct and Frome.

Cycling information is available here

Accessibility & Parking Restrictions

If travelling by car, please make use of our extremely convenient Park & Ride service (details above). 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 make contact with a member of our stewarding team if you would like them to find a disabled parking bay for you.

Please be aware that parking restrictions and traffic enforcement are in operation on market Sundays. Visitors are kindly requested to park with consideration for Frome residents and advised to observe the new parking restrictions put in place by Somerset County Council.