Thank you to all the wonderful neighbours who have volunteered to help with the High Legh Street Champions Project. We have been amazed by the number of people volunteering and now every road in the parish has at least one volunteer Street Champion who is working to ensure that nobody is left isolated or without support in the COVID 19 lockdown.
You will have received a postcard letter from your Champion. Please call them on the number they have provided to you, however if they are unavailable, or unable to help, or you wish to verify they are part of our team, then please call our central team on
07808 207342 and 07510 749847
If you are self isolating or affected by Coronavirus and need help from the local volunteers with support such as the tasks below, then please contact your street champion.
PICKING UP ESSENTIAL SHOPPING
A FRIENDLY PHONE CALL
If you need medical advice, use the NHS 111 online coronavirus service at http://nhs.uk/coronavirus, or if you have no internet access, call 111 from your landline or mobile phone. In a medical emergency please dial 999.
You can still volunteer to be a street champion or to support our admin team. Click here to Register your interest.
Vice Chair High Legh Parish Council
Trustee High Legh Community Association
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This set of guidance notes is being actively developed as Government Rules are also evolving, so do please continue to make sure you observe the current government rules which we aim to supplement with local advice and practical suggestions
Government advice on how to help others safely - posted 26/3/2020 - includes link to NHS Site Every Mind Matters for guidance on appropriate phone support for neighbours
The situation is changing day by day but you might find it helpful to know about some local sources of help as of 29/3/2020 Please ring the SC Co-ordinator Helpline if you find more options within easy driving distance of High Legh.
Abbey Leys Farm Shop on Peacock Lane has plenty of lovely organic eggs and fresh fruit and veg as well as some cheeses, bacon and meat in the freezer. .
Free LOCAL doorstep deliveries to those who are elderly, isolated and vulnerable.
(Minimum order £10)
For those who can still get out and about but would prefer to reduce social contact we can offer a Pre-order collection point elsewhere on the farm.
In order to maintain the best possible hygiene standards we will make BACS payments an option.
Free delivery: to NHS Staff and All Vulnerable Groups for the 12 week period.
Thursday – High Legh delivery
Friday – Lymm delivery
Orders in by Wednesday 12.00 noon
Email : janet @abbeyleys.co.uk Tel: 07707028061 or : 01925 753465
For our regular customers Order and collect from the collection point at Abbey Leys Farm:
Please allow 24 hours for us to process your orders. The Farm Shop will continue to provide its usual smiley service
Thank you for your continued support Abbey Leys Farm Shop x
Sheldons of Knutsford continue to offer a wide range of doorstep deliveries in High Legh including milk products, meats and even petfood. Click to see their list. I am told they are not currently taking on new customers - they are very busy helping existing customers
If you are looking for take out or collection of food these are options currently available
Lymm Spice www.lymmspice.co.uk 01925 754444 for a nice curry and some spice - Ring and they will deliver to you.
If you want to collect some Fish and Chips for COLLECTION ONLY you could go to Grappenhall
Golden City 01925 264859 and Big Blue Fish and Chips are available on 01925 600333 - GIve them a ring and then collect and bring home to have your fish and chip butties
M&S at Poplar 2000 (Lymm Services) off the A50 are now open 07.00 to 22.00 7 days a week
Budgens at Broomeedge are also open for foodstuffs and the Post Office. They have a particularly wide range of animal foods and animal bedding material plus a range of hardware products.
Due to the unprecedented situation in relation to Coronavirus, in accordance with government guidelines, it is with a heavy heart but with the best intentions that High Legh Community Association (CA) have taken the decision to close their doors of High Legh Village Hall, with immediate affect, until further notice.
The CA team apologises for any inconvenience caused and hopes to resume normal service with all respective events and activities as soon as possible, but currently that is not expected for next 12 weeks.
We are provisionally be taking bookings from 1st July 2020, but this is under constant review.
The Winter edition of the High Legh Newsletter of 2020 has now been distributed to High Legh homes, the Village Hall, Schools, St John's Church and some retail outlets. To download a copy please click here.
Contributors, we will compile the Spring edition and make it available on this website, downloadable from the myHighlegh Facebook site and on What's On in High Legh.