Thursday 17th from 7.30pm at St John's Room.
Yes, for just £12 you can enjoy a carefully curated selection of gins. Wake up your tastebuds and have a friendly chat with your neighbours.
This event is fully booked and currently has a waiting list. You can complete a waiting list entry and if a place becomes available you will have 24 hours to accept the entry. ** Payment is made only if a place is offered and accepted.**
To retain the friendly atmosphere of this race only a limited number of places will be made available, although you can transfer a registered place to another runner, if you wish. Click here to find out more and join the waitlist.
You can make a very valuable contribution and perhaps enjoy a new experience by volunteering to be a Race Marshall. Maybe…
- You have friends or family running and want to support them on the day?
- You’re one of those special team-spirited people who is willing to give some of your time to support your local / running community?
- You’re not able to run it but still want to be involved with a great local running event?
Whatever your motives, marshalling is rewarding and sometimes quite inspiring too!
Apart from a small thank-you gift, the huge gratitude you get from us and from all the runners – it’s also great fun.
Click Here to find out more.
Join in the excitement on the 3rd of March by coming to High Legh Primary School or cheering the runners along the route.
The Autumn Newsletter is now available. Copies have been delivered to High Legh residents by volunteers (thank you). Some copies have also been available in High Legh Village Hall, St John's Church, High Legh Primary School, High Legh Preschool, Abbey Leys Farm Shop . You can download it here.
Thank you to all contributors and advertisers. The next High Legh Newsletter will be in 2019, deadline for entries Sunday 6th January 2019.
Tai Chi will start again after the Christmas Break on this Thursday (17th) at the usual time of 3.45pm in the Village Hall.