Welcome to Goostrey, Cheshire
The village of Goostrey lies in the south of the county of Cheshire in England. Originally a small farming community, it grew slowly with the development of the railway between Manchester and Crewe and then more recently over the last 40 years with the advent of the M6 motorway.
Boasting a wide range of amenities - two churches, a thriving primary school, excellent community-owned sports facilities, a number of shops and two pubs - all supported by an active community, Goostrey demonstrates that village life is far from dead.
This website captures the village's history and its current activities.
29 Jun 2013
The Parish Council are delighted to announce the return of the Scarecrow Competition which is open to all Goostrey residents.
Build a scarecrow of an historical character, either real or imaginary and position it in your garden. Your scarecrow should be on display throughout the whole of June.
Winner to be announced on Rose Day 29th June, 2013.
29 Jun 2013
As part of our Summer Events 2013, the Goostrey Archive Group have created a "Treasure Hunt".
All you need to do is identify the pictures and answer the questions correctly and your entry will be entered in the prize draw.
Winner to be announced on Rose Day 29th June 2013.
9 Jul 2013
The next meeting of the Parish Council will take place on 9th July 2013, at 7.30pm at the Village Hall.
A copy of the agenda will be posted the Thursday prior to the meeting.
The meeting will be preceeded by the Planning Meeting at 7.00pm.