Tuesday, 6 October 2015

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Yoga at Linton Village Hall

David Lee, an experienced and highly recommended Yoga  teacher , would like to run a weekly class at Linton Village Hall on Thursday 7 to 8 pm. Suitable for all abilities, the cost would be £7 per person for each session.

If you are interested please contact Jane Brooker on 01622746067 or email: jbrooker36@gmail.com



Cream Teas at the Church

The famous Linton Strawberry Cream Teas took place once again on 20 & 21st June.

We are please to advise that a new record net income of £2,262.80p was achieved!

THANK YOU to all of the helpers, and also to all of you who attended and contributed to this wonderful result!

All of the money will be used by the Friends of Linton Church to maintain and restore the fabric and contents of St Nicholas Church..





Vicarage Field Development


Maidstone Borough Council have received an application to develop the above site on Linton Hill.

Application Reference: 14/504148/FULL

Proposal: Erection of 14 detached dwellings together with new access and areas of landscaping.

Comments due by 18th November 2014

To view Linton Parish Council's Response, Click Here

You can view the application online by entering the above application reference at : http://pa.midkent.gov.uk/online-applications

or in person by visiting the Maidstone Gateway, King St, Maidstone. ME15 6JQ

Your comments should be submitted before the above deadline.


The response from Linton Parish Council to the proposed Park & Ride scheme can be found here

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Linton is situated in the countryside, about three miles south of Maidstone on the Greensand Ridge.

 We enjoy panoramic views out across the Weald of Kent and into Sussex...

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