Nothing easier! Just email your material to the webmaster, Richard Butters. NOTE that what we do is publish what you write. Unfortunately we are not journalists and simply do not have time to write stuff for you… though we do reserve the right to edit what we are sent, or to refuse publication if necessary. Do try to […]
We would love to help you as much as we can, but it isn’t easy. Linton is a small village and everyone who helps, for example the webmaster here, the Parish councillors, the Churchwardens and so on, are all unpaid volunteers with limited time. I have the following suggestions: – you can use the Message […]
My Parish is not as enlightened as Linton. How can I get it to join the Kent Parish Website initiative?
If you are a Kent parish your website is already waiting for you, just get your Parish Council to contact Kelly Harris for further details. You can also find out more here
Email the webmaster and put your question to him directly. He will not only reply to you personally, but if the question is relevant (and polite 😉 it will also be added to this list…
Every year, the Friends of Linton Church organise and run the famous Strawberry Cream Teas weekend. And every year, this well loved event (writes the chief organiser!) attracts record numbers of visitors, and earns valuable income for the Friends of Linton Church. All of this money is spent on the Church, its contents and surroundings. […]
Linton Has A New PCSO… Our previous PCSO has now moved on to pastures new, and her duties as Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) for Coxheath, Linton, Hunton and the Farleighs have now been taken over by PCSO Matthew Judges.
The Linton Walkers, at Poohsticks Bridge. For our Summer Outing this year we revisited the Ashdown Forest, the largest public open space in the Southeast. 27 walkers (a record for a monthly walk) enjoyed a tour of the places made famous in AA Milne’s Winnie the Pooh stories, including Galleon’s Lap, the Enchanted Place, the […]
The Linton Boundary Project has been given the Thurnham Heritage Award. On behalf of the Project, Jerry Whitmarsh attended the Annual Meeting of Thurnham Parish Council, and was presented with the award by LadyTess Bruce-Lockhart, the previous recipient of the award in memory of her late husband's work. Pictures of the award and of the […]
Due to building work, Linton Church will not be opening it's doors outside of the published times from May to September this year. It will still be open at the usual times for services etc. We hope to resume the summer openings in 2015. For more information contact: Kath Cooper – 01622 741494. Keys to the […]
Acute oak decline A new disease condition of oak trees, Acute Oak Decline (AOD), is taking hold in Britain. Mature oaks, more than 50 years old, are affected and trees are characterised by symptoms of extensive stem bleeding. Both of Britain’s native oak species, pedunculate oak (Quercus robur) and sessile oak (Q. […]