We’ve gathered together a list signposts to local groups and websites relating to sustainable activities and campaigns.

Some of these are closely tied to Sustainable Frome while others are quite separate.

Please contact us if you would like to be included, or if you spot any out-of-date or incorrect information.

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Fair Frome

Fair Frome champions greater financial, educational, social and health equality for people living in Frome and the surrounding areas. Services include the Food Bank, community meals and the Furniture Bank

Website: https://fairfrome.org/

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Fair Housing for Frome

Addressing local housing issues including homelessness, the rental sector, community-led housing.

Website: https://fairhousingforfrome.org.uk/

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Friends of the River Frome

The Friends of the River Frome is a group of local people who feel passionately about the state of the Somerset River Frome and its surroundings.

Website: http://friendsoftheriverfrome.co.uk/

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FROGS (Frome Recreation and Open Ground Supporters)

A community group of volunteers encouraging the use protection and enjoyment of outdoor spaces in and around Frome.

Website: http://www.fromefrogs.org.uk/

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Frome and District Wheelers

Cycling club based in Trowbridge and Frome.

Website: https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/club/profile/3713/frome-and-district-wheelers

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Frome Area Community Land Trust

Aiming to create genuinely affordable homes for local people in Frome, providing stable, low cost and long term housing solutions.

Website: https://fromeareaclt.org/

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Frome Community Drivers

Providing volunteer drivers and deliveries for those in need

Website: https://fromecommunitydrivers.org.uk/

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Frome CTC

Frome CTC (Cycle Touring Club) Frome organise weekly cycle rides for a range of ages and abilities. 

Website: https://www.cyclinguk.org/local-groups/frome

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Frome Field 2 Fork

Frome Field 2 Fork want everyone of all abilities and ages to be able to grow, buy and eat local food, produced in ways that support our environment.

Website: https://www.facebook.com/FromeField2Fork

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Frome Renewable Energy Co-op

FRECo is an energy co-op that enables the community to invest in renewable energy projects in Frome.

Website: https://freco.org/

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