Welcome to the Freshford Village website

Freshford is a beautiful village at the southern-most tip of the Cotswolds, about five miles south-east of Bath and three miles west of Bradford on Avon. The village sits above the convergence of the Frome and Avon rivers and is largely characterised by stone buildings surrounded by fields and woodland.  The hills and valleys that surround the village give an endless variety of views and provide habitats for a rich diversity of wildlife and flora.

Today, Freshford is a warm community with all the services, activities and amenities a rural village needs to thrive - a lovely place in which to live and a lovely place to visit.  

Quick Links

Memorial Hall Redevelopment
Click to view Feasibility Study
Draft Neighbourhood Plan - Independent Examiner's Report now published
The Bulletin
Click to view Winter 2015 issue
Seen something that needs to be fixed?
Here's where you 'Report It'
WW1 Centenary
Click for Freshford information
Is your train running on time?
Check Freshford's online departure board before you leave home

What's On in Freshford

Current News Flashes

  • Work at Freshford School crossroads put on hold B&NES have notified us that they will be stopping work at Freshford Lane, once the pedestrian footway sections and drainage work have been completed, due to their being unable ...
    Posted 20 Feb 2015, 08:57 by Parish Council Communications
  • Further detail on closures at Freshford School crossroads and temporary changes to the 94 bus service Further to the community email sent on Tuesday 9th February, we have received more detail about the road closures. Throughout the period of the works, signage in the surrounding area ...
    Posted 16 Feb 2015, 01:25 by Parish Council Communications
  • Access to businesses during A36 closure from 2 March 2015 We've received the following message from the Highways Agency concerning access to businesses on the A36 when it is closed for roadworks - see our community email dated 23 January ...
    Posted 16 Feb 2015, 01:07 by Parish Council Communications
  • Joint Neighbourhood Plan given go-ahead for Referendum We are delighted to inform residents that the joint Freshford and Limpley Stoke Neighbourhood Plan has now passed its Independent Examination.Janet Cheesley, Planning Inspector, in the Report she submitted ...
    Posted 10 Feb 2015, 06:12 by Parish Council Communications
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