Village Hall

High Legh Community Association

High Legh Village Hall stands in the triangle between the A50, the main Warrington/ Knutsford road and the B5159. It offers modern facilities in a traditional setting and is available for hire on a casual or regular basis at very competitive prices. It hosts Sunday Teas throughout the summer months and is used by the Community Association for social events.
The central yet rural location of High Legh Village Hall, near to both the M56 and M6, make it an ideal venue for many occasions.

The village hall was previously the village primary school, built in 1904, when the population of High Legh was under 800. The current school, built on land donated by Lord Grey, was opened in 1979. When the school vacated the original building, it was purchased by the Parish Council who entered in to an arrangement with the Community Association to manage and run it.