Community Services

Freshford Surgery
Doctor's Surgery and Dispensary

Information about the Freshford doctor's surgery can be found here.

Village Shop/Post Office

The Galleries Shop and Café is located on Freshford Lane, providing a wide range of affordable basics, local products, in-store bakery, wine and beer and a cafe. Opening hours are available on their own website.

FLiSCA - Freshford & Limpley Stoke Community Association

FLiSCA is a registered charity and is the body that owns the Galleries Shop and Café.  Profits generated are made available as grants to support community projects.  More information here.

Village Pub

The Inn at Freshford is located at the lower end of the village by the river Frome. For more information, please visit their website.

  The Link

  The Link is a charitable organisation for the villagers of Limpley Stoke and             Freshford.

  This car transport service serves the community where and when public                transport is unavailable or inconvenient.

   Details on The Link can be found here.

Neighbourhood Watch

Freshford Neighbourhood Watch covers over 250 properties. Please send your details to the Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator using the Contact Us page, and your local NW Contact will be in touch.

Mobile Library

The mobile library stops at Freshford once every fortnight. Our mobile library is on Route 9.  It visits Freshford every other Thursday on the dates shown here and parks outside the Village Hall from about 11.15 to 13.20.  Do support this valuable service if you can.

Local Council Services

The Bath and North East Somerset Website gives extensive details of the services provided by the local council, including a comprehensive A-Z guide.

Community Police

Freshford is a part of the Peasedown & Paulton beat, for which full details can be found here. You may contact the police in non-emergency situations using the phone number 101. In an emergency, please use 999 as normal.

Somerset and Avon police have a Senior Citizen Liaison Team whose website can be seen here.  They publish a bi-monthly magazine 'Senior Siren' which can be downloaded here.

To report things to the police anonymously, call Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111.

See also 'In an emergency' on this site.