Welcome to the High Legh Community website!
High Legh is a beautiful village in the Cheshire countryside. Here you will find information on the wide variety of events and activities going on in High Legh, information on High Legh's rich history, how to book our lovely Village Hall, and all kinds of useful local information.
Decorate or light up a window, a door, your house or garden or perhaps even make a Christmas Scarecrow.
Christmas is going to be very different for us all this year with none of the usual events to attend so let's do something we can all enjoy and bring some Christmas Cheer to our friends and neighbours and make our Village a delight to see.
We'll be able to walk round or drive round and see the wonderful decorations.
If anyone is unable to walk or drive then Jeff Evans will be able to take people round in his minibus allowing for social distancing. Please let Doreen know if you would like to go with Jeff.
CHRISTMAS CRACKER TRAIL is a fun Christmas event for Families.
Use your Trail map to run, walk or scooter around High Legh to see all the Christmas Windows, vote for your favourite and pick up all the Christmas Cracker Jokes.
Tickets are £5 per child for first and second child, with an option of third child ticket free (3for2).
Price includes present, treasure hunt map, activity sheets, wave at Santa, and an Entry ticket into the Name the Christmas Cuddly Competition.
Also available on the day will be a chocolate tombola, a bake sale and cold drinks, Christmas tree baubles for the High Legh Primary Christmas tree at school and hot drinks at St Johns Church.
Please note this event is being organised jointly between High Legh Preschool and High Legh Primary School and all funds raised will be shared to support both our wonderful village preschool and primary school respectively. Hot drinks will be provided by St Johns Church' in their car park.
To book please visit: https://www.pta-events.co.uk/highleghprimarypta/#.X71SbRbfWEc
St John's Church Christmas Services
December 20th 4.00 pm: Christingle
December 24th 4.00 pm: Service in the Stable; A quiet reflective service listening to the voices of those who were there in the stable when Jesus was born
December 25th 10.00 am: Holy Communion for all the family
If you wish to attend any of these services you MUST contact Rev’d Trish Cope and ensure that you have places reserved for you. This is to ensure we maintain social distancing and support the effort to reduce transmission of Covid-19
Phone: 01925 754787; Text: 07703 470101
For more than two centuries, the Oddfellows has offered friendship and support and is one of the UK’s largest friendly societies, with 43,500 members across its 121 branches. It’s a non-profit mutual (membership from £25 per year) run to improve the quality of people’s lives. Despite social restrictions, Oddfellows branches are still running regular online activities and your local branch has weekly zoom coffee mornings which enables our members to keep in touch and have a laugh with each other. There are group holidays planned for 2021, in addition to supportive benefits which include care and welfare advice, special member discounts and access to its historical archives.
Christmas Carols and Card Writing Together – Tuesday 1st December 10.30am
Festive Coffee Morning and Christmas Quiz – Wednesday 9th December 10.30am
Christmas Jumper Day Coffee Morning – Friday 11th December 10.30am
Mince Pies and Christmas TV Discussion – Wednesday 16th December 10.30am