Little Stretton, Leicestershire

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Little Stretton
Little Stretton- leicestershire.jpg
Approaching Little Stretton
OS grid reference SK668001
Civil parish Little Stretton
District Harborough
Shire county Leicestershire
Region East Midlands
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Postcode district LE2
Police Leicestershire
Fire Leicestershire
Ambulance East Midlands
EU Parliament East Midlands
UK Parliament Harborough
List of places

Little Stretton (otherwise Stretton Parva) is a small village and civil parish in the Harborough district of Leicestershire.

Within the parish, to the west of Little Stretton village, lies a deserted medieval village called Stretton Magna (or Great Stretton).

Gartree Road, a Roman Road, runs through the parish, adjacent to both Little and Great Stretton, and is the reason for those settlements' names (see: Stretton).

Parish Church[edit]

The church of Little Stretton is The Chapel of Ease, St Clement, Stretton Parva (in the Parish of St John the Baptist King's Norton, Leicestershire)

Rectors, Vicars and Patrons[edit]

1220 William de Kibworth

1234 Robert de Diwurne

1238 William Ordiz

1261 Simon de Slybur

1287 Roger de Barneburg

1391 Richard Dollesdon

1534 Thomas Burg

1560 Thomas Tookie

1671 James Rosse

1714 William Wallis

1726 Francis Miles

1733 Thomas Milward

1737 John Vann

1749 William Ludlam

1783 Thomas Rogers

1788 Richard Walker

1826 Thomas Charles Ord

1844 Hugh Palliser de Costobadie

1887 Caleb Eacott

1911 Hubert Woodall Brown

1938 Walter Ricon Davis

1948 John Sydney Lewis David

1951 Frank Allen Cox

1956 Edward Hudspith

1963 Derek Henry Kingham

1973 Albert Edward Kemp

1983 Roger Wakeley

1988 Ashley Frederick Bruce Cheeseman

2010 John Morley

2012 Vacant

See also[edit]


External links[edit]

Media related to Little Stretton, Leicestershire at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 52°35′43″N 1°00′50″W / 52.59528°N 1.01389°W / 52.59528; -1.01389