- Gretton Rural District
Gretton was a
rural districtin Northamptonshire, Englandfrom 1894 to 1935. It was formed from the Northamptonshire part of the Uppingham rural sanitary district(the Rutlandparts of which formed Uppingham Rural Districtand the Leicestershireparts of which formed Hallaton Rural District).
It was abolished under a County Review Order and split, with Gretton and Rockingham going to
Kettering Rural Districtand the other four parishes going to the new Oundle and Thrapston Rural District.
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