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Frampton on Severn


County - Gloucestershire | Map
Tel code: 01452 | code search
Postcode: GL2 | code search
Population: 1200
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Birthplace of:
Edward Russell
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Folk Customs:
Cooper’s Hill Cheese Rolling
Cotswold Olimpick Shin-Kicking
Cranham Feast
Gloucesters Royal Lamprey Pie Gift
Marshfield Mummers
Pig Face Day
Randwick Wap
St Briavels Bread and Cheese Throwing
Tetbury Sack Race

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The Ship Inn
"A group of us visited this pub yesterday I must say we have never met such a rude landlord. He was not very welcoming or friendly. A smile ..." More

Bell Inn
"What has happened to this place? We have eaten here on several occasions and never had cause for complaint. However, after our meal this evening we won't be returning! There ..." More

Bell Inn
"We paid a visit to the Bell during a day cruise down the Gloucester/Sharpness canal to celebrate a family birthday. The problems started almost as soon as we walked into ..." More

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Excellent small village pub, warm atmosphere, friendly locals. Traditional pub food ...More

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Frampton on Seven lies 9 miles south west of Gloucester on a bend in the River Seven. The village is long and narrow, strung out along the high street from the Church to the spacious village green known as "Rosamund's Green" (after Henry II`s mistress, Rosamund Clifford). The church, St.Mary the Virgin, is mainly fourteenth century with fifteenth century additions and has one of the six similar lead fonts of 1250-75 surviving in the country, good furnishings and monuments as well. The area around the church was the earliest part of the village to be settled. Evidence of prehistoric and Romano-British occupation has been found in the gravel workings in the area; the Gravel was being dug as far back as 1646 and the local clay was used for brick making - they sold for 6/6d (32p) per thousand on 1745. Before the 17th century agriculture and wool making were the largest employers in the area along with those using the River Seven; a Frampton ship was trading between Bristol and Ireland as early as 1377. Before the Gloucester & Berkeley Canal opened in 1827 many boats put in to Frampton Pill and the boatyard was still active until the mid 19th century. By the mid 19th century other trades had taken over: retail; building; cabinet making: milliners and there was a village blacksmith still working up to the 1950`s. The attractiveness of the village as a place to live was probably the reason for the high proportion of non-agricultural occupations. During the 1960`s several small houses were built unobtrusively in the gaps between the older houses and on sites of demolished cottages. Today Frampton still retains the attractive village atmosphere with many old buildings, some still thatched, and serves as an ideal base to enjoy the many attractions of Southern Gloucestershire


The Surgery


Ship Coaching Inn
The Ship Inn

Pub and Bar

Three Horseshoes


The Stable

Sports Clubs

Frampton on Severn TC (Tennis)


Jacqueline's Tea Room

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Bell Inn (0.21 miles)

Bell Inn
The Bell Inn has recently undergone a complete transformation! It now offers a comfortable contemporary atmosphere, with fine dining. The menu offers good homecooked food to suit all tastes and budgets, with specialities of the finest of fresh ... More | visit website
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Whitminster House Cottages (1.09 miles)

Whitminster House Cottages

Self-Catering Holiday Cottages ideally situated by the Cotswolds Edge on a picturesque small English country estate within easy reach of many interests & activities. Each cottage has individual character and is comfortably-equipped.

The properties individually sleep ... More | visit website

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The Ship Inn (1.57 miles)

The Ship Inn

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Set next to the Stroudwater Canal, the Ship Inn reflects the old charm of a traditional country pub. A favourite with CAMRA members and a fully fledged member of the ... More

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The Stable (1.83 miles)

The Stable

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Originally used for cider making, and more recently for stabling working horses, this tastefully converted detached property features a wealth of splendid elm timbering, including part of ... More

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Travelodge Stonehouse (2.37 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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The George Inn (2.44 miles)

The George Inn
The George Inn lies alongside the River Cam in Cambridge Gloucestershire.

Offering a selection of good Home-Cooked Food, Local Ales, and an excellent Wine List, why not enjoy a meal, drink and take a chance to ... More | visit website
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Old Passage Inn (3.16 miles)

The Old Passage, for centuries the site of the ford across the River Severn, is now a seafood restaurant with hotel accommodation. Set at the end of a peninsula on a great ox bow bend, ... More | visit website
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Stonehouse Court Hotel (3.57 miles)

Stonehouse Court Hotel

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Stonehouse Court is an outstanding Grade II listed manor house built in 1601 and set in 6 acres of secluded gardens in Stonehouse, near Stroud.

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The Beacon Inn and Hotel (4.29 miles)

The Beacon Inn and Hotel

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This 19th century country inn and hotel is at the heart of the village of Haresfield just 1 mile off the M5 junction 12. The Beacon Inn is a traditional ... More

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Express by Holiday Inn Gloucester (5.02 miles)

Express by Holiday Inn Gloucester

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Express by Holiday Inn Gloucester is conveniently located off junction 12 of the M5, just 3.5 miles from Gloucester city centre and 15 miles from Cheltenham. The hotel is ... More

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