Parents, children and their friends and family will be taking to their bicycles and scooters and getting active in a jointly organised community Bikeathon event to raise funds for High Legh Primary School and High Legh Pre-School. In a celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Trans Pennine Trail, our youngest fundraisers will stretch themselves to cycle/scoot 1km, while our older cyclists will challenge themselves to ride up to 20km.  

High Legh Pre-School are raising funds to invest in their outdoor area and improve shelter, storage and play areas to help the children explore and enjoy their outdoor learning.

High Legh Primary School is raising funds for a Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA).
A MUGA is a an enclosed pitch where a number of different activities can take place. The surfacing has markings for a variety of sports with football goals and basketball rings at either end of the pitch. Having a MUGA would provide additional all weather useable space and improve the the playground and field areas facilities to make them a more enjoyable and stimulating place for our children to play in.

In this era where funding for education is under threat, every penny that is donated is hugely appreciated and will go to benefit our children and their education.

Please note donations via this donation page will be shared equally to support both High Legh Pre-school and High Legh Primary school projects.

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About the good cause

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In equal measure, High Legh Primary School PTA is a registered charity whose purpose is two-fold: 1) Fundraising - Raise funds on behalf of the school for the benefit of the children 2) Community - Promote and encourage good relationships and sense of community between parents, children and teachers, and with the local High Legh community According to one of our lovely KS1 children – our PTA is also: “the people that sort out all the best most exciting things for us at school!”

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