19th December at 7.30pm in St Mary's Chapel, Pheasant Walk
An opportunity to enjoy Nicola Gerrard's live performance of flute music, which is appropriate to the season of advent.
This is also a chance to see the interior of one of High Legh's oldest buildings, but do make sure you are wearing a warm coat and gloves because it can be very cold, particularly if there is snow or frost outside.
A very memorable Christmas event
Adults £7.50 Children £2.50
For those special Christmas goodies come to High Legh Village Hall on SUNDAY 16th December 11am to 1pm. (Please note the date in the Newsletter is incorrect)
The HL Community Observatory Christmas Quiz comes but once a year - so don't miss out! But to get you into the stargazing mood before that, we'll have a "Brief Guide to the Winter Night Sky" by Mark Holmes and John Anderson.
All welcome at St Johns Church Room (WA16 6ND) from 7:15pm, Thursday 13th December.
To avoid delays please be prompt - the talk will start at 7:30pm.
Adults: £3 donation and free for accompanied under-18s.
Hope to see you there - and have a great Christmas and New Year!
Registration for the High Legh 10K Race on Sunday 3rd March 2019 is well underway.
To retain the friendly atmosphere of this race onlya limited number of places will be made available. There are now over 500 runners registered and places are strictly limited!!! Book your place and Click here to find out more.
The Autumn Newsletter is now being distributed. Copies will be delivered to High Legh residents by volunteers (thank you). Some copies will also be available in High Legh Village Hall, St John's Church, High Legh Primary School, High Legh Preschool, Abbey Leys Farm Shop and High Legh Tennis Club. 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 30th December 2018.