No matter when you choose to eat at The Yellow Broom you can do it in style… A family run business for 21 years. The Yellow Broom is one of Cheshire's best known landmarks and treasured restaurants. It is a unique building, with its secluded backdrop, has the ideal setting for you to enjoy with friends and family in the heart of the beautiful Cheshire country
The Discovery Centre website explains in detail how you can visit Jodrell Bank Observatory and find out about our research. This includes a full educational programme for schools. The Discovery Centre is open to the public from 10am to 5pm every day, last admission at 4pm. The Centre is occasionally closed for special events or public holidays. Please visit the website to find out more or telephone on 01477 571 766.
St Luke's Church Goostrey
St. Luke's Church is a delightful village church in the heart of the Cheshire countryside.
Within sight of the famous Jodrell Bank Radio Telescope, St. Luke's is in a prominent position in the village, near the school, pubs, shops and station. Its people and its activities have been an integral part of the village life since the Middle Ages, and they continue to play an active part in the community today.
In 2006 St Luke's became part of a Joint Benefice with St Peter's Swettenham.
Red Lion Goostrey
"People have said that these days, pubs are like restaurants with bars. Not here! we're a pub AND restaurant."
"The Crown" Goostrey
"Shaun and his team welcome you to The Crown, a traditional 18thcentury pub set in the heart of the historical farming village of Goostrey, Cheshire. The cosy ‘local’ has always been an integral part of the community, and its characterful original features, log fires and rustic décor adds to its ‘village pub’ charm."