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

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The Freemen Of Hale Village

The Ancient & Honorable Coporation Of Hale

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The Freemens Archive


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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100_1170 - Copy Wildelife Information Accomodation B&B Village Tea Rooms Local Village Shops

> The Mersey Gateway Project


The latest information from the new Mersey Crossing from news to roadworks.


> 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...

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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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> PCSO Steve Marnicks Monthly Report

November Report Now Online


Cheshire Police

PCSO 9489 Steve Marnick has been the PCSO for this area for over 10 years, known by local villagers, Steve visits and patrols the village on a daily basis and conducts monthly speed enforcement - in and around Hale Village.


Click the link and view the November 2015 report, by Steve.


Hale Village PCSO Report




> What's On's


Hale Branch of the Royal British Legion - 2015 AGM

The AGM of the Hale Village Branch of the Royal British Legion - will be held in the Village Hall at 7.30pm, on Wednesday 2nd December - all members are invited to attend.

New members welcome.

Care Of.

Bill Sergeant, Branch Chairman.


Christmas Crib Blessing

Sunday 6th December from 4:30pm St Mary's Church, includes Christmas procession to the Post Office/Crib and Father Christmas at the Wellington Pub.