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Alaura Pittman

Alaura Pittman

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I am Alaura Pittman, an aromatherapist, and student of herbs. I believe plants are our greatest allies, and that tackling our emotional well-being can aid in our body's health and dis-ease. My passion is helping others discover their unique path to self-healing. I began studying the healing powe…


Frequently asked questions

 

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West Goshen, PA

 

West Goshen was a census-designated place (CDP) in West Goshen Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 8,472 at the 2000 census. The CDP was not delineated for the 2010 census.

The lands of Goshen were purchased in 1681 from William Penn as part of the Welsh tract of Westtown. By 1704, Goshen and Westtown had become separate townships. In 1788, the formation of the Borough of West Chester reduced the size of Goshen. Finally, in 1817, the Township divided into East and West Goshen Townships. At the time of the 1820 census, West Goshen's population numbered 757. West Goshen was primarily a farming community in its early history.

West Goshen Township is located at 39°58′3″N 75°34′29″W (39.967408, -75.574679).

According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP had a total area of 3.2 square miles (8.3 km2), all land.

Visit the West Goshen Community Park, a sprawling park offering walking trails, sports fields, and picnic areas. See the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail and discover award-winning wineries and vineyards in the picturesque Brandywine Valley as well as the American Helicopter Museum and learn about the history of rotary-wing aviation through interactive exhibits and aircraft displays. Chester County Hospital is dedicated to the health and wellbeing of the people in Chester County and surrounding areas. The hospital includes a 329-bed complex in West Chester and satellite locations in Exton, West Goshen, New Garden, Jennersville and Kennett Square. Inward Bound is a yoga studio in West Chester, PA. We offer in-studio classes and on-site youth educational programs to increase well-being.

 

Top sites in West Goshen, PA include West Goshen Community Park, Brandywine Valley Wine Trail, American Helicopter Museum.

 

Population: Approximately 22,000 (latest census data). Elevation: Varies across the city. Main ZIP Code: 19380. Main Area Code(s): 610, 484. Founded: 1682.

 

FAQs

 

What are some outdoor activities available in West Goshen, PA?

West Goshen offers a variety of outdoor activities, including hiking, biking, and picnicking at the West Goshen Community Park. Residents can also explore nearby nature trails and parks for additional recreational opportunities. Another place to consider is Brandywine Valley Wine Trail  with the award-winning wineries and vineyards in the picturesque Brandywine Valley

 

What is the history of West Goshen, PA?

The lands of Goshen were purchased in 1681 from William Penn as part of the Welsh tract of Westtown. By 1704, Goshen and Westtown had become separate townships. In 1788, the formation of the Borough of West Chester reduced the size of Goshen. Finally, in 1817, the Township divided into East and West Goshen Townships. West Goshen was primarily a farming community in its early history.

 

Is West Goshen, PA a family-friendly community?

West Goshen boasts excellent schools, safe neighborhoods, and numerous recreational amenities, making it an ideal place for families to live and thrive. West Goshen was primarily a farming community in its early history. Before long, many different businesses began to appear, including several women-owned enterprises. Trades such as cabinet-making, tailoring, weaving, clock-making, and wool-making characterized the area.

 

Sources

Township of West Goshen

Wikipedia

Goshen and Westtown 

West Goshen Community Park

Brandywine Valley Wine Trail

American Helicopter Museum

Chester County Hospital

Inward Bound

 

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