High Legh Parish Council

High Legh Parish Council meets regularly at High Legh Village Hall.

Meeting dates can be found in What's On and on the High Legh Parish Council website.

High Legh Parish Clerk: Doreen Walker This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Cheshire East Council

Click here to find out more about the services and facilities provided by Cheshire East.

High Legh Ward Councillor is Cllr K Parkinson 07565 158989 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Tatton Parlimentary Constituency

Our Parliamentary Constituency is Tatton and our MP is Rt Hon Esther McVey MP.

The Community Observatory is located at Abbey Leys Farm off Peacock Lane

Details about opening times and sightings are on their website - click here

Regular Monthly talks are held in St John's Church room on Thursday evenings.  For details see what's on

16 seat community minibuses with ramp and option to transport wheelchairs.  Contact Jeff

Community Transport

ptaHigh Legh Primary School

01925 753713 



PTA Co-chairs

Emma Openshaw 07867 831946 Rebecca Booth 07884 028094



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High Legh Preschool

Tina 01925 756061     Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



St Johns is the Anglican church in High Legh - located on the Avenue off West Lane

Rev Philip Robinson is Priest in Charge with Rev Trish Cope Associate Priest 01925 754787

Normally Services are at 10 am on Sundays with special events listed in What's On

Currently the building is closed for worship, but the people of the church are busy supporting the community.




From Rev Trish,

Everyone will be receiving this itemr under extraordinary circumstances that exist, not only in our own country, but across the world. As I write this on 26th March we are just a few days in to tighter restrictions intended to slow down the spread of Covid 19. So, I find writing this much more difficult than usual. Usually I would write about the many events and services held recently and look forward to the great celebration of Easter. But we are in unusual times.

Indeed as I write I don’t know whether you will receive this in the “usual” way – as a paper copy of the Newsletter through your door. In fact there is very little of life that is remaining normal at the moment except that amongst most people, in this village and beyond, a true neighbourliness continues and in fact is extending.

Many of us are concerned for elderly and vulnerable neighbours and in true High Legh style it seems that much is being done to support them all in a safe way. Of course, this is not at all limited to villages such as High Legh. Across the country and across the world most people are seeking to alleviate suffering, deprivation and anxiety whether as a direct result of the illness or as a consequence of the necessary restrictions on social contact.

Life in the church is also different. St John’s church is closed and, like other churches, we are attempting to provide worship resources online and in other electronic and digital ways. We are also providing phone contact for caring conversations, lighting candles to encourage hope and perseverance and making our homes the centre of our prayer and worship. We are very much still the church of Christ. The church is not the building – it is the Christians who together form the body of Christ. Saint Theresa reminds us of this in her words:

“Christ has no body now but yours. No hands, no feet on earth but yours. Yours are the eyes through which he looks compassion on this world. Yours are the feet with which he walks to do good. Yours are the hands through which he blesses all the world. Yours are the hands, yours are the feet, yours are the eyes, you are his body. Christ has no body now on earth but yours.”

Whilst this was addressed to Christians, compassion and charity are not exclusively Christian attributes though they are the primary being of Christians. In High Legh we see that the whole community is seeking to love our neighbours as ourselves. Even the children are playing their part as can be seen from this rainbow message and the beautifully decorated pebbles left outside the church.

The building of St John’s is much loved by many in the community and will be available again before too long for the celebrations of life – weddings and baptisms, the pivotal moments such as funerals and to participate in the many community events that cement our sense of community here in the village not only for now but for future generations.

For mains water and sewerage supply problems such as an outage, a burst or your water is discoloured contact United Utilities on 0345 672 3723 and see reported incidents here.

For electricity mains supply outages contact Electricity North West on 0800 195 1414

For gas leaks or supply outages contact National Grid on 0800 111 999

Please note that these numbers are for reporting failure to deliver supplies. Any Billing problems need to be addressed through whoever you have chosen as your utilities provider.