Welcome to Frenchay Community
If you or someone you know in Frenchay, needs help at this time, please contact the Frenchay Residents Association (FRA), who have a group of over 30 volunteers providing assistance to vulnerable residents:
Frenchay is an active and growing community on the outskirts of Greater Bristol, with lots of green space. The name comes from 'Fromeshaw', meaning 'the wood on the Frome' and the river Frome forms the eastern boundary. Explore the maps below to see where we are.
In 1870, W. G. Grace was captain of our village cricket team. Cricket is still played on the Common and we have local tennis, rugby, football, cricket and golf facilities. We even have our own local history museum. Have a look on our What's On page for local talks and cultural events.
A very special welcome if you have recently moved into the community. We hope you will find some useful information here that will help you to settle in.
Explore the website to get a glimpse of life in Frenchay and catch up on the latest developments. Feel free to contact us. We would love to hear from you!
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