GOOSTREY METHODIST CHURCH SERVICE ARRANGEMENTS FOLLOWING JULY 19TH

Dear Friends The Church Stewards met last Friday (July 23rd) to consider how to respond to the relaxation of rules announced by the government on July 19th. The Stewards felt that it was not yet time to abandon all the Covid secure measures that have been in place so far, but to take a more […]

CANADA-NORTH AMERICA

Canada is located on the North American continent. Canada is bordered by the Arctic Ocean and the Hudson Bay to the north, the Labrador Sea and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Pacific Ocean to the west, and the United States to the west and south. Canada, second largest country in the world in […]

HOW TO DRESS AFTER 40 – WHAT ARE SOME OF THE THINGS YOU SHOULD AVOID

Below are a few general guidelines on what to avoid doing in terms of style after 40, style over 50 or any age above. 1. DON’T BUY CLOTHES THAT DO NOT FLATTER YOU, EVEN IF THEY ARE ON TREND THIS SEASON. You may be tempted by a new trend but, when thinking about how to […]

ANOTHER IMPROVEMENT AT GOOSTREY RAILWAY STATION

The latest improvement at Goostrey railway station is the installation of two display cabinets. Nature Sign Design placed them in the waiting area on the Manchester to Crewe platform because this is where artwork created by pupils at Goostrey Community Primary School is exhibited. The cabinets are sealed and lockable so they will protect the […]

THE HIDDEN GEM -THE LOVELL QUINTA ARBORETUM

‘If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere’  In 1948, Sir Bernard Lovell bought ‘hidden gem’ The Quinta, a country house and garden in Swettenham village. Although better known as a physicist and radio astronomer, Sir Bernard, who was born in 1913,  was also a very keen horticulturist and began to develop the site as a […]

THE CENTURY OLD GOOSTREY GOOSEBERRY SOCIETY

Gooseberry growing is an older tradition than the traction engines seen in the village of Goostrey. Competitive Gooseberry growing started in the late 1700’s and reached its peak of popularity in the mid 1800’s. The first Gooseberry show in Goostrey was in 1863 but folded a few years later.  Once there were over 200 gooseberry […]

GOOSTREY METHODIST CHURCH NEWSNOTES

  Dear Friends  I was up early this morning and as I opened the front window blinds it was clear blue sky.  That was a lovely greeting to meet me. When I opened the back blinds it was cloudy. By the  time I’d had my first cup of tea, it was a mixture of both […]

GOOSTREY FOOTPATHS GROUP

Goostrey Footpaths Group We are an informal group of volunteers who work in co-operation with Goostrey Parish Council and Cheshire East Council Public Rights of Way Unit to maintain and improve rural footpaths around the village, making them more enjoyable and accessible to all, and to encourage the use of these footpaths.     Our principal […]

GERMAN CASTLES

To visit a German castle, is to step into a fairy tale setting, where castles sit atop high mountain peaks, their towers and turrets reaching to the sky. Germany is famous for its castles, with their pasts filled with knights, dukes and territorial defences. The castles, which boast a rich history, have been restored to […]

RECIPE OF THE WEEK – SUMMER SAVORY BRUSCHETTA TOPPING

¼ cup olive oil (Optional) ⅓ cup loosely packed basil leaves, very thinly sliced 1 tablespoon chopped fresh thyme ¼ teaspoon garlic powder 1 clove garlic, minced salt and ground black pepper to taste 1 ½ pounds roma (plum) tomatoes, diced 1 ½ tablespoons olive oil (Optional) Directions Simple Steps! Time to impress… Mix 1/4 cup olive […]