Gretton is a small village located at the foot of the western scarp of the Cotswolds, about 9 miles north of Cheltenham in the English county of Gloucestershire. The population taken in mid 2016 was 475.
The place-name 'Gretton' is first attested in 1175, and means 'village or town on gravelly soil'.
The village has a small primary school for children aged 4 to 11 years old, with four mixed aged classes catering for 94 attendees.
The Anglican Church in the village is Christ Church. Its bell tower houses a single bell, weighing four hundredweight (about 200 kg). The War Memorial stands opposite Village Hall.
- Wing Commander Bill Loxton - WWII RAF pilot
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