LVS – Ridge Meadows

Please see below a download link to an independent assessment which was carried out on the original planning application, and has now been updated based on the new application by Kebbell Homes.
Concern still exists over the access to the site and the lack of detailed information which has been provided by the Developers.
If you have still to put in an objection regarding this development, please read this notice which has been placed on the LVS website as additional information.

Christmas Fayre Sunday 26th November

The Linton Village Fundraisers’ Christmas Fayre will be held on Sunday, 26th November at Linton Memorial Hall 12 noon to 4.30 pm.

This is one of the main social family events of the year and a super opportunity to meet up with friends and do some Christmas shopping, and even meet Father Christmas again.

Hot food, mulled wine, tea and coffee will be available so why not drop in for a light lunch and a chat.

As always, donations for the Cake Stall, Bring and Buy Stall and the Tombola would be very much appreciated.

Also any good quality children’s Toys and Books would be very welcome.

Ring Jan Carnell: 07774 147441 Helen Browne:07813713289 Jill Bolton: 07787
122596 if you would like to help.

Christmas Wreath Making Master Class – Thursday 14th December

Beth has very kindly agreed to hold another of her excellent Christmas Wreath/Table Centre Making Classes.

This will be held at the Hall on Thursday, 14th  December starting at 3.30 pm. Beth will provide all the materials.

Tea and cakes will be served – so why not join her for a fun afternoon with friends. 

Places are limited to only 20, so please contact Julie Frisby on 07771 897504 to book your

Remembrance Service

This year the date of the Remembrance Service is

Saturday 11th November in Linton Memorial Hall 

so our normal time of mid-day will be changed to 10.45 am to coincide with the national period of silence.
The service normally lasts around twenty minutes, and there will be a chance to catch up with friends after the service when refreshments will be served.
The ‘Blue Plaques’ for each of the Linton men who served in WW1 will be displayed.
Sephton Baxter (Chairman LMH Management Committee)


Dear residents,
I am pleased to confirm that the Lord Mayor of Leeds will be cutting the ribbon at our bridge re-opening, assisted by one representative from Linton and one from Collingham.
You are invited to join us for the ribbon cutting on Saturday 2nd September.
11:30am onwards – villagers invited to assemble either side of the bridge.
12noon – blockade temporarily removed for a congregation of villagers on both sides of the bridge to walk and meet in the middle where a ribbon will be in place. The ribbon will then be cut by the Lord Mayor of Leeds, assisted by representatives from both villages.
The highway will be reopen to traffic as soon as pedestrians have cleared the road.
Best wishes,
Cllr Ryan Stephenson
Conservative Councillor for Harewood
Leeds City Council

Linton Memorial Hall – 2017 Annual General Meeting

Our AGM will be held on Thursday 15th June at 7.30pm at Linton Memorial
Hall and as usual all Linton residents are invited to come along.

These are challenging times for the Memorial Hall, with a new roof a
necessity along with a replacement kitchen and boiler & heating system
being required. We will provide an update on these projects and the
funding position at the AGM.

Refreshments will be provided and we look forward to seeing you there.