Welcome to Gawsworth

Gawsworth is a charming parish on the eastern edge of the Cheshire Plain, with a population of 1,705. The village has one of Cheshire’s most beautiful historic manor houses – Gawsworth Old Hall. Gawsworth has a range of community amenities, including two churches, two pubs, scout hall, village hall, park, two woodlands and a community shop.

Gawsworth Gazette

The Gawsworth Gazette was launched in September 2018 as a new monthly newsletter from Gawsworth Parish Council and the Community Shop. It combines local news, information from the Parish Council and Community Shop and details of events taking place in the community.

The Gazette is available to collect from the Village Hall, local pubs, the community shop and at the noticeboards at Penningtons Lane and the Pleasance.

If you have anything to contribute, or would like to receive it by email each month, please email clerk@gawsworthpc.org.uk.

You can view the archive of editions from September 2018 here: Gawsworth Gazette Archive.

Latest News

Cyclists at the crossroads
29
Oct

Proposals presented for crossroads traffic lights

Gawsworth has long discussed the need for improved road safety at the crossroads and in the 2016 Neighbourhood Plan survey it was the top road safety concern in the community. The A536 had been named one of the most dangerous roads in the country between Congleton and Macclesfield and in 2016 Cheshire East Council was […]

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03
Jun

New Strategic Plan Adopted

Gawsworth Parish Council has adopted a new strategy to guide its work for the next four years. These core aims will guide our work over the next four years. GPC1 – To enhance the natural environment, built heritage and open spaces within the parish. GPC2 – To deliver a healthy, strong and resilient community GPC3- […]

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No ID? Apply for free voter ID by 25 April.
05
Apr

Local Elections 2023

The candidates have been announced for the May 2023 local elections. The Parish Council wards are both uncontested, with nine candidates for the nine seats on the council. In Moss Ward the four candidates who will be elected unopposed are Penny Shepherd, Clair Dempsey, Emma Clarke and Andrea Kinsey. In Village Ward the five candidates […]

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