We are people who care about the future of our town, Frome
As a Director of The Silk Mill, since 2005, Kate and I have opened our door onto this special site. We are very passionate about Saxonvale’s place in Frome’s rich employment and manufacturing history. I hope we can protect our heritage whilst boosting the essential economy of our town centre’.
‘New to Frome, I was drawn to the town by its community and entrepreneurial spirit. Mayday Saxonvale is an exciting opportunity to help this spirit to continue to flourish in the future.’
Kate MooreTeam Coordinator
Holly LawtonWebsite, Content & Publicity Manager
‘Growing up in Frome, I’ve watched it grow into the vibrant community it is today. I feel Mayday Saxonvale will preserve our town and help it continue to thrive.’
Katie ButcherSocial Media Campaign Manager
‘I feel Frome is ever changing and growing which is wonderful to see. The Mayday Saxonvale project will give the local community a say on how it grows, and bring more opportunity and business to the town centre.’
Stories, a socially responsible property development company. Our joint-venture partners will provide access to the necessary funding and delivery expertise for the scheme.
Andrew Kirby, Lead Architect
Andrew Kirby has a passion for sustainable design and building technology. He studied the principle and importance of sustainable development for two decades before the Climate Crisis was announced. He has been driving towards sustainability his whole life.
Jonny Buckland, Associate Architect
Johnny Buckland is an associate architect for the Mayday Plan. His practice is currently based at Silk Mill Studios, Frome in the upper western quadrant of Saxonvale and has a particular focus on sustainability, the environment and community-led development
Macegreen, Cost Consultant
Macegreen are employed as cost consultants as part of a important process to ensure costs and viability are established from the outset.