Goostrey is a pleasant village situated in the midst of the beautiful Cheshire countryside and offering striking views of Jodrell Bank telescope, which is two miles away, and features a Cheshire Garden of Distinction in the Arboretum.
Goostrey is a thriving village, you can learn more about it by visiting its dedicated village web site, this site includes a useful what’s on section.
The Jodrell Bank Telescope, which has recently been designated a Unesco World heritage Site, has a Discovery Centre that explores the telescope’s activities and provides a number of courses such as Astro Photography.
The station is supported by an active friends group, the group takes care of the gardens around the car park and has close links with local schools that regularly provide art work to brighten up the waiting shelter.
Goostrey has a number of Geocaches surrounding the Station. An example circular route has been created that you may choose to follow to explore the nearby Geocaches, while enjoying the outdoors. Click the subtitle of this section to view the route on Google Maps.
This circular Route is 4.7 miles long and takes 1 Hour 32 Minutes to complete; with the opportunity to find 6 Geocaches along the route. (Time taken to find the Geocaches not included)
Below is the listed route that is shown on Google maps with the names and co-ordinates of the Geocaches. Click on Geocaches below to be re-directed to more information on each one (You must have an account to view content)