The official website for the historic village of Hale
Childe Of Hale Image © 2013
The Home Of John Middleton
The Childe Of Hale
Hale Village is located on the now famous "Trans Pennine Trail", which starts off in the North West of England, in Southport overlooking the Irish Sea. The Trail concludes on the East Coast in the seaside town of Hornsea overlooking the North Sea.
The main route of the Trail through Hale Village will take you along several
roads,, these being Hale Road, High Street Town Lane and Hale Gate Road.
The main sign posting of the Trans Pennine Trail can be seen infront of Hale
Park Gates, this directs you in either a North Westerly direction towards
Speke and Halewood or a North Easterly direction towards Hale Bank/Pickerings Pasture and Widnes where
the trail continues.
Hale Village, has various heritage locations to view, for those taking a rest-bite from the trail.
There is the Childe Of Hale's Cottage on Church Road, Hale Village Park,the Manor House and the Childe Of Hale's Grave, in -
St Mary's Church grave yard on Church Road.
If it's food and drink you require, then there are several locations that can offer a hearty meal,, these are the Childe Of Hale Public House located on Church Road opposite Hale War Memorial and the Wellington Hotel on Town Lane. Also, there is the village coffee shop, which is located on the High Street in the village hall.
The Coffee Shop, is open on a Tuesday, Friday and Sunday, between the hours of 10.30am and 12.00 midday All 3 locations have parking and toilet facilities!
If you have planned your journey in advance and you require a bed for the night, then there are several Bed & Breakfast establishments located littlerally on the doorstep of the TPT through the village. Again,, if your journey is planned in advance, then we reccomend booking in advance to secure a room at one of the B&B's of your choice in the village!
Visitors should note, that there are no public toilets/washing facilities in Hale Village!