Bretby Crematorium is located on Geary Lane southwest of the village. it is managed by the South Derbyshire District Council.
There are No memorial stones at Bretby Crematorium, but an online, digital Book of Remembrance can be accessed.
Jonathan THACKER has a photograph of Bretby Crematorium on Geo-graph, taken in March, 2015.
Bretby was performing burials in the churchyard prior to the Reformation.
"BRETBY, or Bradby, is a hamlet, in the parish of Repton, about a mile and a half from that village. Bretby Castle, the seat of the Earl of Chesterfield, is here; the scenery around which is very beautiful. The population returns for Bretby include those for MELTON [Ed: a.k.a. Milton] hamlet, together amounting to 325 persons."
[Description from Pigot and Co's Commercial Directory for Derbyshire, 1835]
There is a more current description of Bretby at Derbyshire UK.
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