Seniors Lunch Tickets Selling Fast!

The tickets for the Senior’s Lunch on 24th November are on sale and selling fast.  Tickets can only be purchased from the Parish Office.  Call 535825 to reserve your tickets (answerphone when office is closed).

Please remember you must be 65 years or older and live in Goostrey to qualify to purchase a ticket for the lunch.  Tickets are just £7.00 for 3 courses.

Don’t miss out!

Speedwatch team records one vehicle speeding through Goostrey on two occasions within an hour!

On Tuesday 6th August, the Goostrey Speedwatch Team recorded 9 vehicles speeding at 35 mph and above, on Main Road. The highest speed recorded was 39mph out of a total of 170 vehicles monitored. One vehicle was recorded speeding twice during the same session at 37 and 39mph, thats twice within one hour!!!

The Team carried out a second Speedwatch session on Thursday 8th August on Main Road at the junction with Sandy Lane junction. 11 vehicles were recorded speeding at 35 mph and above, highest speed recorded was 38mph, a total of 153 vehicles were monitored.

All vehicles recorded speeding by the team are reported to the Cheshire Constabulary. Drivers of vehicles travelling at 35mph and above will receive warning letters from the Police.

If you would like to join our Speedwatch team please contact the Clerk.

“Wild about Goostrey” – make a pledge today!

Only officially launched at Rose Day, the Wild About Goostrey project is proving even more popular than hoped with pledges to transform the village into a wildlife haven.

With attractive plaques to display in gardens and meadows up for grabs by anyone taking part in the project, the pledges are “coming in thick and fast,” say the organisers.

“Urbanisation of gardens is the enemy of wildlife but aiming for a country look with areas left alone to grow on their own or even planted out in a wild-friendly way will stop the loss of habitat for creatures of all kinds,” said a project supporter.

Join in with Wild About Goostrey and email in the habitat improvement you pledge to make in your garden along with your contact details to pmorgan.goostreypc@gmail.com

Article by John Williams

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Jodrell Bank Observatory awarded UNESCO World Heritage Status

Goostrey Parish Council sends their warmest congratulations to the Jodrell Bank Observatory for achieving the award of UNESCO World Heritage Status.   The Lovell Telescope and the control building as well as the SKA global HQ are all in Goostrey Parish and we are very proud to have such a prestigious site so close to our village.    The observatory will now be inscribed on the World Heritage List, in recognition of its internationally significant heritage, science and cultural impact.  This is incredible news not just for Jodrell Bank, but also for the region, and the UK as a whole.  The coveted award marks the culmination of a long journey that began nearly 10 years ago and which has been led tirelessly by Professors Teresa Anderson and Tim O’Brien.

Jodrell Bank will join a prestigious group of sites across the globe that have been recognised by UNESCO’s international community as sites of Outstanding Universal Value.   Further news can be found on social media @JodrellBank with the hashtag #JodrellBankWorldHeritage and  on the Jodrell Bank website: www.jodrellbank.net

 

Bluedot Festival 2019

Please see attached a letter from the Bluedot team to local residents.  You should have one of these delivered to your home in the next week or so.

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Bluedot has set up a new dedicated residents website for the festival to keep you updated with the arrangements and there is a contact form on the site for feedback too!

Here are the details for the new Bluedot Residents Hub Website where you can find information about Bluedot.
Log In:
user: resident
password: access
If you have any ideas for what other information you would like to see on the website then please email residents@discoverthebluedot.com