where you have chosen to live


 High Lane is a rural village within Stockport along the A6 road. It has some historical buildings dating back as far as 1600s

 and is surrounded by Greenbelt and acricultural land.

 It has a history of mining and an important canal network linking Marple, Macclesfield and beyond.

 The old railway line to the west is now Middlewood Way – a popular recreational route for walkers and riders.

 Every resident is entitled to have their say on any topic whether at our meeting, by letter, e-mail, phone

 or response to a questionnaire.

 The RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATION meetings are a chance to debate issues with your local Councillors or to request action from

a Council Department.

 During Covid restrictions the High Lane Residents’ Association Steering Team remains active and holding regular virtual

 meeting and responding to issues.

 You can raise issues or comment at any time using   contact@hlra.org.uk

 The Residents’ Association readily welcomes volunteers for the various on-going projects.

 We would normally be collecting annual subscriptions at this time of year this is our main source of income as a

 volunteer group we ask for £5 per household but any donation is welcome.

 Please put the money in an envelope (put your name on it if you wish) and put through the door at 35 Grasmere Crescent,

 56 Andrew Lane or hand in at Reflections/Cheese Shoppe, 34 Buxton Lane.



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High Lane Library Buxton Road High Lane