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

Temporary Closure of Goostrey Station Bridge overnight on two weekends in October 2017

CHESHIRE EAST BOROUGH COUNCIL NOTICE OF TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE S14 (2) ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Cheshire East Borough Council in exercise of its powers under Section 14 (2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and of all other enabling powers issues this notice temporarily to prohibit traffic in […]

Dog Fouling and Dog Control – A Consistent Approach Across Cheshire East

Cheshire East has launched a consultation on their initiative to ban dog fouling in all public places and to allow authorised officers to tell dog walkers to put and keep their dogs on a lead if necessary. View Full Consultation Document In order to have your say you must respond to Cheshire East before 12 […]

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