Versatile, informal, affordable and creative shared workspace for individuals and organisations.

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A shared workshop space for makers, doers, fixers and breakers, including facilities for woodwork and fabric work.

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Flexible meeting and event spaces with convenient online booking system.

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Diverse courses, events, and workshops run by our members, Edventure Frome and other community organisations.

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Main Space

A light and open hot-desking space in the day, and a flexible meeting and event space at night and weekends for up to 70 people

The Greenhouse

A quiet workspace for members

The Cave

A small, private event and meeting space for up to 20 people

The Workshop

Suitable for woodwork and craft based work with up to 10 people


The use of our certified kitchen is included in all hires


The Welsh Mill hub is co-working space which is home to a diverse community of entrepreneurs, artisans, not-for-profits, young people, artists and freelancers – and Edventure Frome school for community enterprise.

I’m a Nutritional Therapist and Food Relationship Specialist. I help women heal their relationship with food and restore body image. I love the opportunity to break up my working week and transfer my office to Welshmill hub every now and then! It’s such a lovely, creative community space, I feel inspired to motivated to get more done. As a newbie in Frome, I’m so pleased I found it!
Nutrition Path

Milda Zolubaite

The Frome Men’s Shed offers a workspace where older people can work on practical projects with others. The space is equipped with tools and materials donated by the public and local businesses. We undertake projects which are of benefit to individuals, other groups and the broader community in Frome. We learn from each other and contribute voluntarily to the club’s future. We meet every Thursday from 9am to 1pm at the Welsh Mill Hub. The Welsh Mill Hub is a great location with all kinds of different crafts being practised here, as well as Edventure Apprentices undertaking a variety of projects.
Frome Mens Shed

The Frome Mens Shed

I’m an artist and project manager living in Frome. I make live art, moving image and sound work, with a focus on social practice, and I work as a project manager in and with parks and public urban green space. I run Art Club at Edventure, on the second Tuesday of every month.
Art Club Frome

Sue Palmer

I moved with my family from Bristol to Frome in 2012 – having visited over the years and been gradually drawn to a change of pace and something different. We love life in Frome and now have a new addition to our family which has helped us to put some fresh roots down. I am lucky to love the work that I do – which is all about getting more bums on bikes! Love to Ride are a global team of passionate people creating and delivering behaviour change projects around the world from Aberdeenshire to Atlanta, Sydney to San Fransisco and York to Zagreb. We believe the world is better when more people ride bikes. Since 2012 I have tried various shared spaces in Frome and still do some stints at the range of amazing cafes we have (for a change of scene) – but the space I felt suited me best is the Welshmill Hub. Laid back, spacious, with interesting people coming and going, breakout space, fast fibre wifi – this set up works for me and my varied working pattern. With no week the same – I needed a flexible space with the right amenities that was a short bike ride or walk from home.

Sam Robinson

My Ethical Revolution website collates offers from ethical brands across the web, helping people save money when shopping with a conscience. It came about from my own journey of wanting to make more ethical purchasing decisions and finding the price point too steep. I searched for discounts and found that most ethical brands run promotions at varying times, but that there was no central hub to find out who had promotions currently running. With a background in web development I decided to create that hub myself. I’m delighted to have joined a family of like-minded businesses at the Welsh Mill Hub.

Sam Attard

I made the (slightly scary) decision to go freelance 2 years ago after working for a large corporate company for a number of years. The main focus of my business is helping brands with concept creation and provide market research reports. I have also recently set up the Frome Actors Network for fellow actors in the area who want to network and collaborate so am looking at using The Cave for some networking evenings. Being a freelance can be isolating, so I’m really excited to have joined the hub so I can call this my ‘work home’ and be around like-minded, creative people.

Lou Hart

I work as a graphic and web designer. The Welsh Mill hub is a fantastic place for me to work – the perfect balance of focused workspace with just enough of a buzz to feel connected to the wider community. Beats working at home any day!

Katey Jones

My name is Rick (aka The Paper Crane) I am a graphic designer / illustrator working mostly in print literature, branding and clothing. I have been based here at the hub for several years now. It is the perfect alternative to working from home as it is friendly, flexible and full of interesting and diverse people.

Rick Crane

I’m Ebanie, and I’m an Architectural Designer. I’ve been using the hub to draw/ make models/ drink coffee while I study for my Part 2 in Architecture, and am now involved in one of Edventure’s projects to create affordable housing for young people in Frome. It always feels like there are new ideas bubbling away here, and I enjoy being surrounded by such a positive and supportive community.

Ebanie Powell

I work as a consultant for charities, and also work on my own projects as an event promoter, yoga teacher and facilitator at The Welsh Mill Hub. For me it is a great place to work because of the people I meet. Being connected to what is going on there has really helped my own projects to thrive and grow

Matt Thacker

Johannes founded the Edventure project – apprenticeships in social enterprise for young people. He also runs the Welsh Mill Hub along with the space’s manager Amanda, which in turn supports the work of Edventure.

Johannes Moeller

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    About the Welsh Mill Hub

    The Welsh Mill hub was set up by a team of young adults as part of Edventure – an 8-month course in community enterprise. It is a social enterprise run by Edventure Frome CIC and all profits are going back into helping unemployed young adults create viable, sustainable futures for themselves and their communities.