Forthcoming events

  • Tuesday 5th February 19.30 - 21.30 at Canoe Club, Market Yard, Frome
    Annual meeting
    The 2019 annual meeting features a conversation between a few long-standing residents of Frome and the surrounding countryside. Come along and hear how much the river and its environment have changed. The evening will begin with our necessary business, including a presentation on what we have achieved, and our plans for the future. We will keep this part of the evening as short as possible. Tea/coffee/biscuits will be available.
  • Saturday 2nd March 10.00 - 12.00 at Riverside near Cheese and Grain
    Litter Pick
    • Children are welcome, but must be accompanied by a responsible adult • FRF will supply all the kit • Please come dressed in clothes that won’t be damaged by brambles or mud • Please wear robust shoes or boots, and if possible bring gloves
  • Saturday 6th April 10.00 - 12.00 at Riverside near Cheese and Grain
    Litter Pick
    • Children are welcome, but must be accompanied by a responsible adult • FRF will supply all the kit • Please come dressed in clothes that won’t be damaged by brambles or mud • Please wear robust shoes or boots, and if possible bring gloves
  • Saturday 4th May 10.00 - 12.00 at riverside near Cheese and Grain
    Litter Pick
    • Children are welcome, but must be accompanied by a responsible adult • FRF will supply all the kit • Please come dressed in clothes that won’t be damaged by brambles or mud • Please wear robust shoes or boots, and if possible bring gloves
  • Saturday 1st June 10.00 - 12.00 at riverside near Cheese and Grain
    Litter Pick
    • Children are welcome, but must be accompanied by a responsible adult • FRF will supply all the kit • Please come dressed in clothes that won’t be damaged by brambles or mud • Please wear robust shoes or boots, and if possible bring gloves
  • Saturday 6th July 10.00 - 12.00 at riverside near Cheese and Grain
    Litter Pick
    • Children are welcome, but must be accompanied by a responsible adult • FRF will supply all the kit • Please come dressed in clothes that won’t be damaged by brambles or mud • Please wear robust shoes or boots, and if possible bring gloves
  • Sunday 14th July 14.00 - 17.00 at Rodden Meadow
    River Festival
    Bring your children and grandchildren for all sorts of exciting activities.
  • Thursday 18th July 09.00 - 15.00 at tba
    Balsam Pull
    contact doff@brilyant.org for details
  • Saturday 3rd August 10.00 - 12.00 at riverside near Cheese and Grain
    Litter Pick
    • Children are welcome, but must be accompanied by a responsible adult • FRF will supply all the kit • Please come dressed in clothes that won’t be damaged by brambles or mud • Please wear robust shoes or boots, and if possible bring gloves
  • Saturday 7th September 10.00 - 12.00 at riverside near Cheese and Grain
    Litter Pick
    • Children are welcome, but must be accompanied by a responsible adult • FRF will supply all the kit • Please come dressed in clothes that won’t be damaged by brambles or mud • Please wear robust shoes or boots, and if possible bring gloves
  • Saturday 5th October 10.00 - 12.00 at riverside near Cheese and Grain
    Litter Pick
    • Children are welcome, but must be accompanied by a responsible adult • FRF will supply all the kit • Please come dressed in clothes that won’t be damaged by brambles or mud • Please wear robust shoes or boots, and if possible bring gloves
  • Saturday 2nd November 10.00 - 12.00 at riverside near Cheese and Grain
    Litter Pick
    • Children are welcome, but must be accompanied by a responsible adult • FRF will supply all the kit • Please come dressed in clothes that won’t be damaged by brambles or mud • Please wear robust shoes or boots, and if possible bring gloves

Working parties
concentrate on some aspect of improving the appearance of the river and its surroundings. Bring tough gloves and sturdy footwear (preferably boots), and wear clothes that won't be ruined by catching on brambles etc.
Where and When
Unless otherwise stated, we meet at 10.00am outside the Cheese and Grain. Look out for our flag.
"Having lived by the River Frome and witnessed such a diversity of species such as Kingfishers, Moorhens, Brown Trout and even Otters, I feel that a clean up campaign will enormously benefit this wonderful habitat." Signed by Simon King