2018/19 was a tough season at Badgers Hill, as The Robins succumbed to relegation from the Southern League Premier South.
However, there were some positives with young players as the likes of Dan Whitley and Ben Crossman came into the first team fold.
Danny Greaves has now finished his first season in charge of the club, one of the toughest in his career to date.
Greaves said: "Another season done, one of my toughest as a player and manager. They say you learn more in defeat, and if that's the case, myself and my assistant James Moon have learnt a lot.
"I would like to thank those players who have been with us since day one of pre season, and thank them for their efforts. They have been let down by so many, but stuck with it and fought until the end. The lads who have come in at various stages and ended the season with us have come in during tough times and have handled themselves with class, and I thank them also.
"A few positives have been seeing so many Frome young lads play a part. Dan Whitley establishing himself in the first team, Ben Crossman and Harry Boulton making first team appearances, and Jakob Seviour and Seth Locke form part of match day squads through the second half of the season.
"The hard work starts now to secure the core of the squad who we want to keep, get our injured lads back fit, and add some exciting hungry players who want to come and play for this club. This is a great club with massive potential and it's important we get the right people in to ensure we are challenging at the right end of the table next season, and get back to this level as soon as we can.
"Lastly, a massive thank you to everyone who works so hard behind the scenes, from the board, bar staff, kit man, management team, match day staff, the list goes on. Also the magnificent supporters who have come out week in week out no matter what the results have been, your support is greatly appreciated. This is your club, and we will be working hard to make it successful again.
"Enjoy the summer, and look forward to seeing you all in pre season."