Welcome to the High Legh Community website!
High Legh is a beautiful village in the Cheshire countryside. Here you will find information on the wide variety of events and activities going on in High Legh, information on High Legh's rich history, how to book our lovely Village Hall, and all kinds of useful local information.
Cheshire Community Action has provided invaluable advice during the last 18 months for the Community Association about Village Halls and particularly on how we could safely open the Hall as we came out of the various lockdowns.
Cheshire Community Action is a local charity carrying out research on the mental health needs of rural communities to help it develop new mental health services in rural areas. Please can you spare 5 minutes to complete this anonymous survey by clicking this link, https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/mentalhealthrural
Sunday December 12th: 4.00 pm: Christingle Service An opportunity to begin the season of Christmas celebrations with the story of the Jesus Christ – the Light of the World and to contribute to the work of the children’s Society whose work brings light into the world of the most deprived children in our country.
Friday December 24th Christmas Eve; 4.00 pm: Crib Service A service especially for families and children. Before you go to hang your stocking up, come and help the angels prepare to welcome the baby who was born in a stable and receive your own pre-Christmas present.
Friday December 24th Christmas Eve; 6.30 pm: Service of 9 Lessons and Carols. The traditional service including readings, carols and music which sets the scene for Christmas.
Saturday December 25th Christmas Day; 10.00 am: Family Communion
Sunday December 26th Saint Stephen’s Day. Please note there will be one service only in the United Benefice. It will be at:
St Mary’s, Rostherne at 10.30 a.m. Holy Communion
We hope that services can go ahead without social distancing and with singing. If numbers attending are large we can make use of the church room with its live video of the church. We will still have sanitisers available and whilst the use of masks is the personal decision of individuals, their use in crowded indoor spaces remains government guidance.
Nevertheless, we will join together to hear the wonderful story of birth of the Light of the World, Jesus Christ and sing well-known traditional carols and hear some new ones.