A large variety of social and sporting activities take place in Frampton Cotterell and the surrounding area. The Village Diary contains dates, times and venues for many of the activities which take place. Our Facebook Page also contains announcements about specific activities that are notified to us.
To see up-you-date information about the types of activities which are available, visit the websites of the facilities which host activities in the local area (see below). Alternatively use a search engine to find details about a specific type of activity in which you are interested.
Another useful source of information is the Well Aware database which provides information on a wide range of organisations, support groups, community groups, events and activities that can help improve your health and well-being in Bristol and South Gloucestershire. Search or browse their website to find Advice, Support or Activities.
Please contact us if you would like to publicise your activities or events on this website.
There are a number of places in and around Frampton Cotterell which are available for community activities. Some of these are available to the public and others are available to members only.
The following places have indoor facilities. Visit their websites to find out more.
Local pubs also run activities and some have rooms available to hire for meetings etc. Contact them directly to see what is on offer.
The area also has a number of places available for outdoor activities, either formal or informal:
Beesmoor Road Recreation Area - sports field and children's play area
Manor Field, Badminton Road - sports field
Brockeridge Centre - children's play equipment
The Park, School Road - sports fields, children's play area, skateboard ramp, basketball court, zip wire, activity wall and tennis courts
Park Farm and St Saviour's Rise - outdoor basketball court and children's play areas
Ridings Road - Children' play area
Newman Field, next to Bitterwell Lake, Ram Hill, Coalpit Heath - Play area with adventurous play equipment
Avon Cycle Way The Avon Cycleway, an 85 mile circular route around Bristol, passes through Frampton Cotterell and Coalpit Heath and can be used to explore the local countryside, mostly on quiet country lanes..
Frome Valley Walkway The Frome Valley Walkway follows the River Frome from its source on the edge of the Cotswold to Bristol's historic harbour.
Centenary Field, Mill Lane. The Centenary Field was purchased by the Parish Council on behalf of the community, It has a natural play area for children
See the Winterbourne Parish Council Website for information about the activities and facilities in Winterbourne. See also information about the Winterbourne Medieval Barn which dates from 1342 and is a building of national importance which is now used to host a number of events throughout the year.
The map below shows the location of some of the local facilities. Click on a symbol on the map to find out more.