Frampton Mansell lies in the valley of the River Frome, from which it takes its name. It was first mentioned, as Frantone, in the Domesday Book. In the 13th century the manor was held by the Maunsell family, from whom the second part of the name is derived.
It also has a village hall and pub together with the canal, river and railway which follow the valley down towards Stroud. The railway viaduct is a well known feature and the occasional steam excursions along the valley are a trainspotter's highlight.
St Luke's Church in Frampton Mansell was built in 1843 by Lord Bathurst. It is a Neo-Norman [clarify] designed by J. Parish. A set of five original stained glass windows within the apse are dedicated to Christ and the apostles Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. St Luke's Church is an English Heritage Grade II Listed Building.
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