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The official website for the historic village of Hale in the County Palantine Of Lancashire
Welcome to "MyHaleVillage" This part of the village website brings you news and happenings from around the historic village.
We're your number one source and location for the promotion of the Historic Village Of Hale.
We've been online promoting Hale Village since 2005...
> Draft Widnes and Hale Green Belt Study
Please click on the image
to download the pdf -
Pages 530/534 onwards,
relate to the greenbelt of
> Village History
The many aspects of village history
> Village Heritage Features
Hidden Heritage, Film and Memories
> Heritage - Freemens Archive Display
At this years Hale Village Hall -
Carnival Coffee Shop on Saturday -
13th June, there will be a photograph
display, along with various other
items from the old days of Hale Village.
There will also be a model of Hale Hall
on display, along with refreshments.
> Hale Village Heritage Open Day
St Mary's Church
From 10-13 September, volunteers will invite you to experience local history, architecture and culture.The details of what's on will start to be posted here from mid-July...
> National Garden Scheme
Hale Village Gardens - Church Road
A cluster of very different neighbouring gardens in the delightful village of Hale, set in rural S Merseyside between Widnes and Liverpool Airport. Church Road is also home to the cottage, sculpture and grave of the famous Childe of Hale
> Easter Services - St Mary's Church
Good Friday 3rd April
11:00am Morning Service & Ecumenical Walk Of Witness
11:00am Family Communion - Morning Service.
Everyone is most welcome.
> Community Recycling Skip Scheme
Saturday 4th April, 8:00am - 12noon, Hale Park - Car Park
A Community Recycling Skip Scheme has been organised for Hale Village, by Halton Borough Council - with funding from the Area Forum.
This provides villagers with the opportunity to get rid of household items, such as wood, garden waste, soil, scrap metal, bricks or rubble, hard plastics and small electrical items.
You will be required to sort your items into specific skips for the recycling of different materials, Council Officers will be on hand to help and advise you.
Wood & Timber Skip Examples:
Fences, decking, doors or wooden furniture.
Garden Waste Skip Examples:
Small Bushes, Plants or Branches.
Bricks Rubble & Soil Skip Examples:
Broken Paving, House Bricks and Garden Soil.
Hard Plastics Skip Examples:
Plastic Garden Chairs and Tables or Child's Slide.
Small Electrical Skip Examples:
Toasters, Irons, Kettle, Hairdryers or Radios.
Please note the skips can not be used for fridges, freezers or large bulky items.
The skips will be located in the car park at Hale Park.
For more information on the community recycling skip scheme please call 0303 333 4300