The village seen from the Kennet and Avon Canal
|Limpley Stoke shown within Wiltshire|
|Population||541 (in 2011)|
|OS grid reference|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Fire||Dorset and Wiltshire|
|EU Parliament||South West England|
In 1885 Messrs E G Browne and J C Margetson acquired a cloth mill, known as Avon Mill, on the banks of the River Avon at Limpley Stoke. The previous owners of the mill had originally been timber merchants, but had later diversified into the production of rubber goods. By 1890 the business had transferred to premises in Melksham and later became Avon Rubber.
Limpley Stoke railway station, on the Wessex Main Line, is closed and is now privately owned. It was the junction station for the former Bristol and North Somerset Railway branch line to Camerton, Somerset, on which The Titfield Thunderbolt was filmed.
The Church of England parish church of Saint Mary dates from the 10th century and is a Grade II* listed building. It was originally dedicated to the Wiltshire saint Edith of Wilton, but in the 16th century, after some five hundred years, the church was rededicated to St Mary.
Neighbouring civil parishes (clockwise from north):
- Monkton Combe – small Somerset village
- Winsley – small Wiltshire village
- Freshford – Somerset village
- Southstoke – small Somerset village
- "Wiltshire Community History - Census". Wiltshire Council. Retrieved 23 February 2015.
- "Waterhouse". Images of England. English Heritage. Retrieved 18 July 2010.
- "The Hop Pole Inn". Images of England. English Heritage. Retrieved 18 July 2010.
- "Church of St Mary". Images of England. Retrieved 2006-10-25.
- "Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Limpley Stoke". Wiltshire Community History. Wiltshire Council. Retrieved 23 February 2015.
- Kate Pratt, St Edith at bishopwilton.com
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