Much of the village of Longframlington dates back to the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. Known locally as 'Langfram' or just plain 'Fram', over the years its population has risen and the village has grown somewhat, but Fram has remained very much a "village" and retained its village atmosphere.
There are two churches, The United Reform Church
which holds services on Sundays, and St Mary's, where services are held on Sundays and Wednesdays.
The village is justifiably proud of its New Memorial Hall which was opened in 1998. The Hall provides a focus for the village and is home to a number of clubs and activities including
Carpet Bowls, Computer Association, Cubs and Scouts and Mother and Toddler group to name but a few.
Longframlington has a good selection of holiday accommodation both B&B and Self Catering. It has 3 pubs. The Granby, The New Inn and The Anglers Arms. Embleton Hall is a fine Country House Hotel and together they provide first class food and accommodation.