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Updated 4th November 2011
The original Goostrey Walks and Strolls was written by Dr Brian Rogers and was published in 1979. The Original Goostrey Walks and Strolls as written by Dr Brian Rogers The text was hand written and contained numerous hand drawn pictures and maps.

In the Introduction Dr. Rogers states "Goostrey's walks are many and varied. Those included here are among the best...."

The walks included in his book are:
  • The Bongs
  • Blackden
  • The Dane
  • Holmes Chapel
  • Peover Hall and Park
  • Shakerley Mere
  • Swettenham
More Goostrey Walks and Strolls was prepared by members of the Footpaths Group and District More Walks and Strolls - First Published 1996 Residents Association. This walks in this version of the booklet are in addition to those described in original book wriiten by Brian Rogers. This edition was first published in 1996.

The walks included in this edition of the book are:
  • The Bongs
  • Wood Lane
  • Dane Valley West
  • Dane Valley Central
  • Dane Valley East
  • Goostrey/Allostock Circuit
  • Goostrey Village Circuit
The latest edition of More Goostrey Walks and Strolls - Millennium Edition was published in 2000. More Walks and Strolls - Millennium Published 2000 This edition is in colour with sixty-six photographs of rivers and wood, pubs and churches, birds and fields, telescopes and bridges give a colourful picture of Goostrey countryside.

There are two new walks in this edition:
  • Brand new woodland paths only recently created by Cheshire County Council are explored in the Galey Wood walk
  • The Peover Eye walk explains the origin of this strange name, gives a glimpse into the history of Peover Hall, and even notes when Cream Teas are available there.
For a more detailed description of the contents click the image of the front cover.