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

Neighbourhood Plan and Key Community Documents
Community Email Database
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The Bulletin
Click to view Spring 2018 issue
Is your train running on time?
Check Freshford's online departure board before you leave home

What's On in Freshford

Current News Flashes

  • Re-roofing Works at Freshford Village Memorial Hall: May 8th to early June – parking restrictions Work on reroofing the main village hall roof to replace the existing felting which has been leaking for a number of years with large insulated metal panels will be starting ...
    Posted 18 Apr 2018, 07:17 by Parish Council Communications
  • Re-development of Freshford Memorial Hall incorporating surgery and pre-school extensions Consultation on a Draft Community Right to Build OrderThe trustees of Freshford Village Memorial Hall, and their supporting development sub-committee have prepared a Community Right to Build Order ...
    Posted 15 Apr 2018, 04:38 by Parish Council Communications
  • Save The Date: Freshford and Limpley Stoke Fete, Saturday 9th June 2018 Save The Date: Freshford and Limpley Stoke FeteSaturday 9th June 2018Raising funds for Freshford Village Memorial Hall (registered charity 1174158) Helpers needed: Would you like to get ...
    Posted 13 Mar 2018, 03:20 by Parish Council Communications
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