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


Local Plan Consultation Reponse

As reported in last month’s Gazette, Cheshire East Council is consulting on its new local plan, scheduled for 2030. An ‘issues paper’ set out a range of questions and Gawsworth Parish Council prepared a submission highlighting some of the topics which are thought to be of special importance to residents. There are still many uncertainties […]

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Publication of unaudited accounts 2023/24

1. Date of announcement 26th June 2024 2. Each year the smaller authority’s Annual Governance and Accountability Return (AGAR) needs to be reviewed by an external auditor appointed by Smaller Authorities’ Audit Appointments Ltd.  The unaudited AGAR has been published with this notice. As it has yet to be reviewed by the appointed auditor, it […]

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Gawsworth 2021

Data released by the ONS from the 2021 Census helps paint a picture of our community. 1700 people live in Gawsworth (one less than in 2011) across 740 households. Gawsworth is a notably older population and we are rather different from the national average in several respects. The census is undertaken by the Office for […]

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