Easton Grey is civil parish and a small village in England in north Wiltshire. The Church of England parish church, a 15th-century tower is a Grade II, building. The Fosse Way Roman road forms the eastern boundary of the parish. The the 1880s house was a retreat for the social circle. The tower has a parapet and three stages with battlements. The parish is in unitary authority in the area of Wiltshire Council. A result of the flourishing wool trade has still the feel of a market town with alleys and back narrow streets.
Edmund Ironside won a battle against the Danes in 1016. John Rattlebone fought in the battle, was a local farmer. Other traditions say Rattlebone tell on the south side of the porch that the small stone effigy.
Archbishop of Canterbury is principal leader and the senior bishop, a also president of Churches