Get involved in village life

There’s lots going on in Froyle for all ages and interests. Take a look at some of the groups and activities below and get in touch if there’s anything you’d like to see featured.

Annual events

There are a wide range of events that take place every year in Froyle, including the fete, the bonfire and firework display, the golf day, the village quiz, open gardens and the harvest supper.

Keep an eye on the magazine for details

The Village Hall

Next to the recreation ground in Lower Froyle, the village hall is home to many clubs, societies and groups, hosts regular activities like film nights, quizzes and games. It is also available to hire as a venue with space to seat up to 90 people.

Meeting people

Don’t miss The Meeting Place which is held every Friday, 10am – 12pm on the village hall terrace to ensure social distancing.

Delicious homemade cake, hot and cold drinks and a great chance to meet and catch-up with others.

Eating, drinking, shopping

There are two pubs which both serve food, The Anchor in Lower Froyle and the Hen and Chicken InnUpper Froyle which has a separate pizzeria. At West End Flower Farm there are delicious meals and picnics, a gift shop, walks, and regular events. Essentials are available from the garage in Upper Froyle.

St Mary’s Church

Regular services take place at St Mary’s in Upper Froyle, and there is a choir and bellringing too. All are welcome. It also shelters a unique, historically important collection of vestments which are conserved and displayed by a dedicated group.
Take a look at their work.

Local history

Find out about the history of the village with a visit to The Froyle Archive. There are more than 4,000 photographs and maps, census information, church records, personal reminiscences and more.

Flora and fauna

The Froyle Wildlife Group is all about enhancing local biodiversity and involving people in conservation tasks and recording local flora and fauna. There are also walks, talks and pond dipping. Find out more here.


Trips, competitions, exhibitions, workshops and talks are just some of the activities on offer from the Froyle Gardening Club. Find out more at


There are two great playgrounds, one for younger children in Upper Froyle, and another in Lower Froyle with a zip wire for the brave.

The Lower Froyle playground is managed by the Parish Council. Any problems with or damage to equipment should be reported to


The Froyle Village Magazine is delivered to every home each month. It includes news from the latest Parish Council meeting, village clubs and societies, along with walks, weather, inspiration, and more. It is also available online.