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.
The Gawsworth Gazette was launched in September 2018 as a new monthly newsletter from Gawsworth Parish Council. It combines local news, information from the Parish Council and details of events taking place in the community.
The Gazette is distributed with the Church’s Parish and Village News and available to collect from the Village Hall, local pubs, the community shop at the noticeboard at Penningtons Lane.
If you have anything to contribute, or would like to receive it by email each month, please email email@example.com.
The newly set up Gawsworth Community Hub has secured funding for a manager to establish and develop its activities and services. The role is to successfully initiate, run and coordinate creation, development and sustainability of a community-driven Hub for the benefit of volunteers, Gawsworth parishioners, the wider local community and potential user organisations and charities. […]
We’ve reached a key milestone in preparing the Gawsworth Neighbourhood Plan with the launch of the Regulation 14 Consultation (catchy title, we know). This is a statutory stage of the plan where key we invite the community and key consultees (such as Historic England) to read the plan and send us their suggested changes.