The weekend of 4th / 5th July will be full of action in High Legh this year. You could start with a Strawberry Sparkle in St John’s Church garden on the Friday evening, and follow it with The School’s Summer Fair on the Saturday.
The Scarecrow Festival will start on the Saturday and the scarecrows can also be enjoyed on the Sunday alongside the Garden Safari when a great selection of beautiful private gardens will be open for viewing, as well as the historic St Mary’s private Chapel, off Pheasant Walk.
There are many other exciting events taking place in the village over the same weekend including Abbey Leys Farmer’s Market on Sunday morning and of course the scrumptious Sunday Teas at the Village Hall on Sunday afternoon. Teas will also be available at the Church on Saturday afternoon.
There are lots of ways of joining in. Make a scarecrow – a creative opportunity for adults and children alike. Enjoy a stroll through High Legh – to visit gardens, spot scarecrows and enjoy Sunday Teas. All in all, it will be a busy but fun packed weekend for High Legh residents and visitors from around the area. So please note the date of 4/5 July. Make sure you are in High Legh, and invite your friends!
Event Programme - from Margaret and Brian Green, (phone 01925 752630) , price £5.
- Admission to all the gardens in the Garden Safari
- Entry to the 16th Century St Mary’s Chapel from Pheasant Walk
- Scarecrow Trail Map and Voting Paper
- Free tea or coffee in the Church Room