Latest news – June 2024

We’re excited to be working in partnership with Winstone’s Hunting Raven booking to bring you an evening with well-known cycling journalist Laura Laker, to discuss her recent book ‘Potholes and Pavements: A bumpy ride on Britains National Cycle...

Wheelie helpful!

May 15, 2024: Frome’s Missing Links charity received a massive boost in their efforts to raise funds to complete a new active travel path this week. Frome and District Wheelers have donated £5,000 towards the surfacing of a new 1.3km path, which connects the end of...

Our 2024 AGM – please join us

Frome’s Missing Links, which works towards linking central Frome with the Colliers Way at Great Elm with a traffic-free multi-user path, is inviting people to its AGM to hear about progress over the last year and a new fundraising campaign.  The AGM (annual...

Chair’s update – September 23

It’s open! Frome’s Missing Links are very happy to announce that a newly created stretch of active travel path at Weylands is now fully surfaced and open to the public.  This additional 500m of path will eventually form part of the ‘missing links’ to Great...

Chair’s report to the AGM 2023

It’s not easy to build new active travel paths. Route choice, designs, plans, landowners, barriers (bridges, rivers, roads, canals), the need for ecological, topographical and physical surveys, public consultations, opposition and discussion from the myriad of...

Our 2023 AGM – please join us

Our AGM is when we elect or re-elect our trustees, and when we present our financial accounts to our members. We also like to use it as a way to tell you what we’ve been doing, and what’s coming up next, and answer any questions you may have. And while we...

The ceilidh is back for 2023!

The popular fundraising ceilidh (pronounced ‘kay-lee’) is back and tickets are on sale now at the Cheese and Grain in Frome. The Frome Fling Ceilidh starts at 7pm on Friday 27th January 2023, with dinner available from Mahesh and Azeema. Tickets are £15...

Ecology Group Report

From the report to FML Trustees, 20th Sept 2022, by Andrew Marchant Since 2016, Frome’s Missing Links’ Ecology Group has been monitoring and improving the ecology of the area alongside the existing path. One of their first projects was to survey reptiles...

Path Extension at Low Water

Frome’s Missing Links volunteers and supporters are celebrating another small milestone towards the completion of a traffic free route between the town and the end of the Colliers Way path at Great Elm. Anyone who has ridden or walked along the lovely riverside path...

Frome Critical Mass

A Critical Mass is a high profile regular ride around an urban route (for more details, please visit this page), and is coming to Frome. Where:    Top of Park Road next to Avanti Park school entrance When:     last Friday of the month (July 30th, August...

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