High Framland can be found on the border of Lincolnshire and Leicestershire, mid way between the market towns of Grantham and Melton Mowbray.
We are a very rural Benefice comprising six small villages ranging in population from 70 to 400.
We are a very welcoming community with a number of events held throughout the year.

The High Framland benefice gets its name from the wapentake of Framland, mentioned in the Domesday Book.

There were four wapentakes in Leicestershire.
High Framland is the northernmost benefice in the deanery of Framland which roughly corresponds to the Borough of Melton Mowbray
Our 6 parishes are:
St. Guthlac, Branston
St Botolph and St. John the Baptist, Croxton Kerrial
St Michael and All Angels, Harston
All Saints, Knipton
St Peter, Saltby
St Bartholomew, Sproxton.

 

 

 

 

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