Gosforth Village Website
This site will introduce you to an exceptionally beautiful village in the Lake District. If you have ever wanted to visit the most breathtaking and untouched scenery in England, this is the place for you. We can't of course forget to mention that the region boasts the highest mountain, the deepest lake, and one of the smallest churches in England. To find out more, keep reading!

Urgent Parish Council Notices will also appear here

War Memorial - Gosforth

The Parish Council has been looking into improving the appearance of the memorial and part of that process has been the investigation of whether the list of the fallen which is displayed in St Mary’s Church is accurate, as it shows only names from the 1st and 2nd World Wars, and there have been numerous conflicts since.  Information received from the Ministry of Defence reveals that a Gosforth-born soldier – Lt. William Horace Hobson - lost his life in Suez on 30th January 1952. (He is unrelated to Des Hobson from Ellerslie Park).
Accordingly the Parish Council seeks information from anyone who can recall the family with the objective of gaining their agreement to updating the existing list and how that should be done. If anyone has any information will they please contact The Clerk at the address below.
DA Polhill – Clerk, Gosforth Parish Council
Combe End, Drigg, Holmrook, CA19 1XG

Tel. 24327
Gosforth and Seascale Parish Newsletters - The Newsletters are available here. Parish Newsletters

Gosforth Parish Plan 2012 - The latest Parish Plan is available here. Parish Plan

There is now an updated version of the Wasdale/Gosforth guide-book. This is available on sale or return from Chris Jones, Richmond Cottage, Eskdale (Tel 019467 23293).

To contact me about What's On or the website please email melbgould@supanet.com or phone 019467 27486