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 LINTON & BROMSASH NEWS 

LINTON VILLAGE HALL
LINTON VILLAGE HALL NEWSLETTER If you would you like to be first to hear about events at the Village Hall, with priority notice to book, please email LVH@lintonvillage.com and subscribe to our newsletter via Mailchimp. We only email when we have something to say. You may unsubscribe at any time.

HALL FOR HIRE Linton Village Hall is available for hire for family parties, classes, business meetings and charity events. The Hall accommodates up to 70 people seated, 120 standing. Skittle alley, crockery, glasses, and various equipment are available to hire for outside events. Email LVH@lintonvillage.com

THINKING OF STARTING A NEW GROUP OR ACTIVITY AND NEED A SUITABLE VENUE?
Linton Village Hall may be able to accommodate you. If you would like to discuss your requirements, please call Carol

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VILLAGE OF LINTON TRUST (VoLT)VoLT 2025 CALENDAR!

Are you a keen photographer? Have you taken any great shots of the Linton area or captured the atmosphere of a local event during 2024? If not, don’t worry as undoubtedly opportunities will present themselves in the months ahead. VoLT, as in previous years, will be looking to publish the best photos taken by local photographers in our calendar for next year. Please note, entries can be submitted at any time up to an early November deadline. Ideally, photos should be in a jpeg format and in landscape orientation. Your photos should be sent by email to nigel@pealing.me.uk . You do not need an expensive camera to participate as the quality of photos taken on mobile phone cameras is now perfectly acceptable. Even if not published in the 2025 calendar, all entries will be displayed in a VoLT-sponsored photographic exhibition to be held in Linton Village Hall next January. For more information, please contact VoLT through Nigel Pealing.


LOCAL ARTIST AT THE RHS MALVERN SPRING FESTIVAL
Clair Hodgson will be known to all as the driving force behind Linton’s excellent live music nights held in the village hall. However, she is also the artist in residence at The Laskett Gardens. This wonderful garden near Much Birch was created by Sir Roy Strong and his late wife Julia Trevelyan Oman. 
Visitors to the RHS Malvern Spring Festival at the Three Counties Showground will have seen The Laskett show garden designed by David Wyndham Lewis. Clair was also in attendance and is seen here in the show garden with an eye-catching display of her own work.

LINTON VILLAGE HALL 100 CLUB WINNERS FOR MARCH & APRIL MARCH £5 Les Boyland, £10 Hannah Cresswell, £25 Sue Bertenshaw APRIL £5 Mark Bower, £10 Carol Wood, £25 Tony Crosbie

NEWS FROM ST MARYS CHURCH
COMMUNION SERVICES
There will be Communion Services at St Mary’s on 2 and 23 June.

BIBLE BRUNCH
The next Bible Brunch will be on Sunday 9 June in the Village Hall.  The morning starts at 10:30am with bacon rolls, pain-au-chocolate and freshly brewed tea & coffee before moving on at about 11am to the discussions and videos.  The sessions usually finish about midday.  We are working through a course on Paul’s letter to the Christians in Rome and this month we take a close-up view of the concept of Grace from Chapters 3 and 4.  

MORNING WORSHIP
The All-Age Morning Worship is on Sunday 16 June where we will be considering how God looks at things in a different way to us.

BENEFICE SERVICE
As June has a fifth Sunday there will be a Benefice Service on 30 June at Aston Ingham. For up-to-date news, visit www.lintonvillage.com/st-marys-church


ALMA INN NEWS
The Tuesday night Pizza and Fish ‘n’ Chips evening is still going very well - we would however kindly ask you to please contact us in advance if you would like to come along, to help us plan ahead and avoid disappointment! 
There is a slight update to the Monday Evening schedule; Open Mic night is now on the 3rd Monday of the Month, and the Quiz will be on the 4th Monday.  
Hope to see you soon.  Gemma 

REMI HARRIS AND TOM MOORE ‘JAZZ & BLUES’ - FRIDAY 7TH JUNE 7PM 
We are delighted to welcome back this accomplished professional duo who have captivated audiences at Linton. Acclaimed jazz and blues guitarist Remi Harris and virtuoso double bassist Tom Moore present an evening of music ranging from the acoustic jazz of the 30s and 40s to the electric blues of the 60s and 70s; influenced by such greats as Django Reinhardt, Peter Green, Wes Montgomery, Jimi Hendrix and more. Tickets £15 from LVH@lintonvillage.com  Doors and bar open 6.30pm
https://youtu.be/wpqzMu1EYxU
https://www.remiharris.com

LOCAL ARTIST AT THE RHS MALVERN SPRING FESTIVAL

LINTON (S) PARISH COUNCIL
Herefordshire Council has approved the placement of a Speed Indication Device (SID) on the B4221 in Gorsley on the eastern side of the village. A SID is a vehicle activated sign that uses radar to measure the speed of oncoming vehicles and display this using LEDs on the device. It also provides statistics which show that a SID in Bromsash has had a worthwhile impact in reducing speed through the village. The Community Speed Watch group in Gorsley has now been fully trained and has begun to monitor traffic on the B4221. 

The Parish Council has agreed its response to Herefordshire Council’s Draft Local Plan and Local Transport Plan. The Plan is favourable overall to rural parishes such as Linton, with restrictions placed on new housing development. Its core principle is that future development will be based on current infrastructure, and it also recognises the commitment already made to new housing build in the parish. 

There are now two vacancies on the Parish Council following a recent resignation. If anyone is interested, or would like to know more, please contact the Parish Council Clerk, Rich Hunt, via e-mail: pcclerk@lintonpc-herefordshire.gov.uk or telephone: 07763793695.

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