A list of photographic exhibitions and interesting photographic events within reach of us - please check with web sites before traveling to ensure they are still current
Update - corona virus
In view of the news on the corona virus and ever changing circumstances, we would not wish to put members at risk and like many local clubs, have decided to suspend club activities until further notice. The tri battle is therefore on hold and hopefully we will be able to host next year. Until we resume face to face meetings, we shall be holding weekly Zoom meetings on a Wednesday at 8pm
4 December 2021—4 September 2022
Art works chosen by Grayson Perry and guest celebrities during season two of the hit TV series, Grayson’s Art Club will feature in a brand new exhibition this winter!
During lockdown, Grayson Perry helped the nation find comfort and company through art as part of his TV series by Swan Films for Channel 4.
11th June - 13th August 2022 12:30 Main Abbey
The volunteer historical dance team will share a display of Tudor and Elizabethan dances ranging from social dance to popular courtly dances of the era. You then have an opportunity to join in and learn a selection of dance styles.
24 Jun - 26 Jun 2022
Marston Park, Tuckmarsh Ln, Frome, BA11 5BP
We bring you an honorary three day event to celebrate our world-famous neighbours, you know, the ones who pretty much invented music festivals - Glastonbury, we salute you!
24th June to 17th July
‘THE INDEPENDENT EYE’
The theme of Photo|Frome’s inaugural Festival in 2022 celebrates photography
as a unique art-form which offers very personal perspectives on the world
2pm - 5pm Shaftesbury SP7 0BA
1.7 acre wildlife garden with hundreds of different snowdrops, crocus and hellebores and other winter flowering shrubs.
20th August 2022
In 2009, a group of bus industry professionals achieved a long standing ambition to run a vintage bus service from Warminster in Wiltshire, to the abandoned village of Imber on the Salisbury Plain.Check website for updated details
10am - 4pm Radstock BA3 5LU
The River Mells flows through this picturesque garden with large lawns, wildflower planting, ornamental pond, woodland, substantial herbaceous borders, walled garden, arboretum/orchard, kitchen garden, vegetable garden, bat house and orangery
26th September 10am-5pm
Come along and enjoy seeing amazing birds with skills that have been used since Medieval times. Display leader Tony will be bringing a selection of his finest falcons and owls to show off their marvellous moves in front of visitors on the South Lawn.