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Why not become an Avon sales representative or sales leader in the Frampton Cotterell area? We have many Avon representative and sales leadership opportunities in the Frampton Cotterell area.

Frampton Cotterell is a village and parish, in South Gloucestershire, England. The village has evolved from a once rural Gloucestershire village, to a partial dormitory village for Bristol. Very little archaeological work has taken place in the Frampton Cotterell area so knowledge of the area prior to the Anglo-Saxon arrival is limited. Local historians tend to use field names and street names to work out the distant history of the village. It is believed from place names that there were two settlements in the area in the Roman times.

By the 13th century the village was known as Frampton Cotell. The name Cotell or Cotterell is derived from the Cotele Family, lords of Frampton Manor in the 12th and early 13th centuries. Their manor house was not at modern day Frampton Court, it was probably located behind the church on the east of Mill Lane, here the field names 'Hall Marsh' and 'Hall Marsh Mead' survived into the 19th Century. The medieval village was long and rectangular, the village was provided for using the open field system. Surrounding the village would have been three big fields; these fields were cultivated by peasants. This system would have provided for the village.

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