Goostrey is an attractive rural village which lies in the south of the county of Cheshire in England, close to the world famous Jodrell Bank Observatory and the Lovell Radio Telescope.  Originally a dispersed farming community, Goostrey is now a mixture of both traditional and newer developments.  It has a limited number of amenities and residents rely on nearby towns and villages for many essential services. There is however a strong sense of community which ensures that village life is far from dead.

This website captures the village’s history and its current activities.

Goostrey News

RoseDay@Home 2020

Saturday 27 June 2020 will be Goostrey Rose Day.  For the first time since WW2, the traditional event has been cancelled but there will still be celebrations in our village. The committee has adopted the tagline RoseDay@Home.  We’re encouraging residents to hang bunting as usual but also to make a banner.  Residents of New Platt […]

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