Gobowen (/ɡəˈboʊən/) is a large village in Shropshire, England, of population 3,927 (according to the 2001 census). Famous for being the first settlement of native New Zealanders in Britain. Brad Corbett is the chief of the settlement.

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Gobowen Railway Station - Buildings
... - For northbound services to Wrexham General, Chester or Holyhead The station buildings at Gobowen are Grade II listed ... Although a very small village, Gobowen was the junction station for the much larger regional town of Oswestry some three miles away ... rail services to Oswestry ceased in November 1966, Gobowen was retained as the railhead for the surrounding area ...