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In March 2019 the Parish Council submitted a detailed report on the community’s concerns about highway safety on the A536. The report, available below, highlighted that between October 2012 and May 2017 there were 64 personal injury accidents on a 12km stretch of the A536 between Congleton and Macclesfield.
The report contained suggestions to improve highway safety. This report was submitted to Cheshire East Highways Officers – no response was received.
The Parish Council has continued to chase Cheshire East for a response, but to date none has been recieved.
Doorstep delivery of milk and more by Heather, Dennis and Danny has been something Gawsworth residents have valued for very many years.
The Newton family are going to extraordinary lengths to keep us supplied during the crisis. They have over 200 new customers and now serve almost 1000 households. Danny did a great job for Newtons and for Gawsworth when he was interviewed on BBC North West recently.
We are all so grateful and so proud of the Newtons Dairy team.
Follow them on Facebook and meet the cows that make your milk.
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, Read more
D&G are running a new hourly service in conjunction with the hourly service provided by Arriva North West
This means that in effect it is now a half hourly service during the middle of the day. New timetables have been posted on the bus stops.Read more
Elections to Cheshire East Council were held on Thursday 2nd May. The Gawsworth Community elects three councillors, two forMacclesfield South ward which covers the Penningtons Lane
Elections for Cheshire East Council are being held on Thursday 2nd May. Residents of Gawsworth will head to the polls to choose their new borough councillors for the 2019-2023 term.Read more
Gawsworth Community Choir is a mixed ability ladies choir with approximately 20 members. It was formed 8 and a half years ago and sings a variety of music in 2 or 3 parts including lightRead more
A group of more than thirty residents of Penningtons Lane and the surrounding areas gathered together recently to protest to the proposal to site a 15m mobile telephone mast and several large cabinets housing equipment, on the attractive green at the junction with Congleton Road.