The new kitchen is now open to all users and compared to the previous design…..well there is no comparison! You can see from the pictures above that it is lighter and brighter, has more storage space and work surfaces, better equipment and lighting.

The kitchen is open but adjustments will continue, so it will remain a ‘work in progress’ for some time to come. As users (especially Sunday Teas users) get to grips with the new layout and facilities we expect them to ask for changes and fixes which we will endeavour to implement. It is totally usable but there is always room for improvement.

I am indebted to the Kitchen Team for all their ideas and hard work (under the project management of Colin Carter) that made the new kitchen possible. We also thank our builder Bryan Field, who along with Phil the Plumber, made an excellent job of fitting the new kitchen and to Ben Entwistle for doing such a brilliant job on the electrics. We are also grateful to Veolia Environmental Trust for a grant of £7200 and to our own Parish Council for their contribution of £5000, which made the whole project viable.

 

"Health is Wealth"   keepfit3

 

  

 

 

There are lots of different ways of keeping fit.  Try something new in 2017! 

 

   You could dance

   - try Line dancing, Dance aerobics, Jive, Appalacian Dance, Tango or even (if you are aged 2-6, Ballet) - all in our Village Hall

    You could run, cycle, walk, ride, play tennis, bowls, darts or golf - all in and around High Legh 

    You might like to gently keep your limbs supple - try Tai Chi, Bowling or Pilates - in our Village Hall

It is important to also keep the brain active - try Bridge or the Community Observatory or enjoy craft, book club or monthly talks with the WI and/or try some of the the wide range of activities run by St John's Church.

You don't have to sit at home.  Have a look in the Newsletter or on this website and see if there is something that interests you. 

If you don't find anything that catches your interest - why don't you organise a new activity or an event?  Have a word with Trish Adams to see if the CA Social Group can help you get started. 

 

 

 

 

 

High Legh Village Hall is a great venue to host Birthday Parties,

training, sporting events, music rehearsals and meetings .....

at very reasonable rates.

 

High Legh Village Hall offers Tranquility, Commercial Buzz or "Party Time"– to match your event.

 

littletower    Family parties - "Big Birthdays"

  "I loved inviting all my friends, a great meal and a very special entertainer"

 

 Sports, exhibitions, meetings and demonstration events

      "Well kept, flexible layout, lots of parking and comfortable chairs and tables"

  Focused training or learning activities     – in peaceful countryside

  "A great opportunity to train and rehearse with no interruptions - great kitchen"

 

  Antiques Fairs, Art and Craft Shows, Speciality Markets

  –  for Knutsford, Lymn and Warrington shoppers

 "Handy to the motorways and excellent facilities for unloading, free parking"

 

 

 

 

 

Ring Helen Wright, our Hall Manager on 07703 194052 and she can show you round, so you can see how your venture will be a success when you use High Legh Village HallThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

Subcategories

The High Legh Village Hall is managed by a separate committee of the High Legh Community Association consisting two representatives from the Parish Council, two representatives from the CA, the Village Hall Manager, up to three co-opted members, up to 4 members elected at the AGM, a Treasurer and a Chairperson.

Currently, the committee members are;

Julie Morton (PC)

Tim Harrison (PC)

Joe Edwards (CA)

Helen Wright (Village Hall Manager)

Su Carter (Treasurer)

Colin Carter (elected in 2015, previously co-opted)

Mike Walker (Chair)


The VHMC's joint task is to manage the day to day maintenance of the Village Hall buildings and equipment in the most cost effective manner, to ensure that we continue to provide an acceptable quality facility for the benefit of current users and High Legh residents, and to seek to improve and enhance the Village Hall to facilitate greater usage and to provide a better experience for all users.

If you have any suggestions for improvements to the Hall or comments on the existing facilities then please contact Mike Walker (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).  

We are always looking for volunteers, so if you want to help generally or are interested in a specific project then please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.