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The official website for the historic village of Hale in the County Palantine Of Lancashire

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The Hale Youth Centre Management Committee is looking to develop an outdoor area at the Centre

for use by local youth and community groups.

Please visit their facebook feed, to fill out their online consultation Doc - and for more information..


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Village Group Activities

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Village Amenities

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Walking - Cycling Around Hale Village

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Village Facebook Pages

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The History Of Childwall

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The Freemen Of Hale Village

The Ancient & Honorable Coporation Of Hale

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The Freemens Archive

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> Welcome To Hale Village

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...

> Village What's On's


Events and activities around Hale Village


Bistro Night's

Friday & Saturday's




Sunday Carvery

Every Sunday


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> Village History


The many aspects of village history


>  Ice House

>  Withins Way

>  Lighthouse

>  St Mary's Church

>  The Manor House

Hale Hall

>  William Part School

Hale Park

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> Village Heritage Features


Hidden Heritage, Film and Memories


>  Memories Of Hale Village

>  Memories Of Hale Park

>  Heritage Cine Film

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> Please Be Vigilant At Night And The Early Hours


Villagers are asked to be extremely vigilant at night and during the early hours, this followers after a number of break-ins and attempted vehicle thefts in the village.

One vehicle was stolen  - in early December, a red Landrover!



Please make sure your security devices are in working order - and are turned on!


Anything suspicous day or night, should be reported to the Police.


For Non-Emergency Dial 101 In an Emergency always dial 999.

> Co-Operative Plans


River Retail who own the Wellington Public House, have submitted

plan's for consultation - to build a Co-Op on part of the car park.

The plan is shown below, click to en-large or right click to download.

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We've been asked to make villagers aware - A resident of Cocklade Lane - Poco Homes, has started a petition - regarding the building of a Co - Op store on the Wellington Public House Car park. The building will back straight on and over look their property/house - and others.


Hale News have agreed to facilitate a petition - which is now there on the counter, for people to sign.


There is only a small time frame leading up Christmas to sign the petition, and villagers who are inclined to object - should sign it this week, if possible!


> Update

As of the 17th December, Hale News, have a singular letter that villagers can sign and send off individually - to the planning department.  These will besent off on or around the 24th December.

Please enquire in the shop for further information.

> Attempted Robbery - Hale Road


Police are appealing for information after an attempted robbery of an elderly woman in Hale Village.


At about 8.20am on December 9, a man knocked on the door of a property on Hale Road and forced his way inside the house.


He grabbed the occupant, a 73-year-old woman, and demanded her purse before making a search of the property.


The man then made off through the front door empty handed and left the scene on a bicycle.


He is described as aged between 40 and 50, between 5ft 6” and 5ft 8” tall with a stocky build – the man has short dark hair and spoke with a local accent.


DC Mike Higgins of Runcorn CID said: “Fortunately the victim was not seriously injured as a result of this incident but she was left shaken by her ordeal.


“We are appealing for anyone who was in the area at the time who witnessed anything significant which might assist with our enquiries to please come forward.”


Anyone with any information is asked to contact Cheshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 150 of December 9. 2014.


Information can also be left anonymously via Crimestoppers on -0800 555 111.