Frodsham, an ancient Anglo-Saxon settlement, is featured in the Domesday Book. In medieval times it was an important borough and port belonging to the earls of Chester. Ranulph de Bluneville, 6th Earl of Chester, awarded Frodsham its Borough Charter in 1209. The village became a town in July 1992 and elected its first Mayor. The bee, incorporated in the regalia, was adopted by Frodsham in honour of Rev William Charles Cotton – a former vicar and an authority on bee keeping.
Frodsham provides many facilities and opportunities for leisure and entertainment. The Community Centre, Castle Park Arts Centre, restaurants, public houses, and places of worship provide a focus for like-minded people. Sports and hobbies are at the heart of the town’s life.
Frodsham is also the starting point of the Sandstone Trail, one of the finest and most popular long distance walks in Northwest England.
The Town Council office is open from 9am to 1pm Monday to Friday.