The Coronavirus Page

Supporting everyone in Linton during Covid-19 Parish Councillor Julie Urquhart is coordinating the volunteer effort to support those in need of help during the Covid-19 outbreak. We are working with the Maidstone Borough Council Community Hub team to provide support to local residents in the parish. All Linton households should have received a leaflet a […]

Parish Chairman’s Update … February 2020

Not the best start to 2020, as we mourn the loss of two significant individuals over the Christmas period: David Sawyer, and Cllr Ian Firmin. Both have done a great deal for Linton over many years and they will be missed. Our thoughts are with their families at this difficult time. The headline topics are: […]

Linton Elections 2020

Many Linton residents are interested in our village, its community, its events, its facilities, like the church and village hall, and its beautiful surroundings, views and scenery. That is absolutely as it should be, and we all agree that despite recent disfigurements, Linton is still a lovely place. Of course nowhere is perfect, and we […]

A Christmas Message..

.. from the Parish Council Chairman .. see also a further update, below!   At this time of year I want to send you all a Christmas message but first some news, well, it is a newsletter! As part of the ongoing review of the Maidstone Local Plan Maidstone Borough Council (MBC) have issued a […]

Do You Want to be a Lollipop Person?

  Linton resident Steve Elson writes: Dear Linton residents, Do you know someone locally who could spare a couple of hours a day? The Hunton village school crossing patroller fills a rewarding and dangerous job of ensuring the safety of children crossing West Street in the morning and afternoons. The position has been vacant since […]