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AmenitiesWed, 18th October 2017

Amenities

High Legh Village Hall

High Legh Village Hall (former school) is owned by HLPC and leased to the High Legh Community Association. Managed by the Village Hall Management Committee, the Hall is the hub of the community and hosts many events and activities including the famous Sunday Teas, Karate, Bowling, keep fit and much more. The hall also has a meeting room. For details of how to hire the hall and the hall timetable please call the Village Hall Manager, Helen Wright, on 07703 194052 or visit www.highlegh.org.uk.

Village HallVillage Hall Car Park

Village Notice Board including footpath map (High Legh Village Hall) 

Village Car Park (situated opposite the Village Hall)

High Legh School House

High Legh School House is owned and maintained by HLPC. The house is an old building and the council continues to invest in the upkeep of this historic building. The house is available to let to private residents, please contact the Team @ Belvoir Lettings on 01925 636 855 or Warrington@belvoirlettings.com for further information. Income from the School House is used firstly to maintain the building and gardens and secondly to support other parish projects.

Rear View of the House Old School House Lounge

Recreation Ground

High Legh Parish Council coordinated the redevelopment of the children’s playground during 2007, following the removal of equipment. Over £40,000 was raised from local groups, WREN, Lottery Awards for All and Macclesfield Borough Council (now Cheshire East) to purchase and install play equipment/benches in the playground and a teen shelter for the football field.

The official opening in October 2007 was attended by local MP George Osborne, the mayor of Macclesfield, and all sponsors.

The playground and larger football/recreation field are currently maintained by Cheshire East however Local Service Delivery and Devolution plans may see the Parish Council having to take over the area.

  

Opening of High Legh Playground October 2007 (Cllr Claire Hay and MP George Osborne).