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Lingen Village...

a rural village within the Herefordshire countryside

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Lingen, a place of sparkling water, is a Herefordshire village in the wooded hills of the Marches on the border between England and Wales. Situated in the north-west corner of the county it lies just over five miles from the Welsh border. The parish includes the hamlets of Birtley, Limebrook and Willey. 

Lingen village offers not only a Chapel, Church, Public House and Village Hall, but also gives visitors the opportunity to sample stunning countryside walks with truly splendid views.   

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"All of us should take a lesson from the weather; it pays no attention to criticism!”.  Maggie (ex-lingen resident)

The village hall committee still has a vacancy for a voluntary treasurer if you can assist please contact us for more info.


July road repairs by Balfour Beatty: A4110 Adforton (Patching/resurfacing repairs)  Wednesday, 24 January to (and including) Friday, 26 January 2018 Convoy Traffic Management in operation 09.30 hours to 15.30 hours.  Kindly supplied by Cllr Maggie Brown BGPC.




Folklore for the season:  *Fog in January brings a wet spring.  *A favourable January bring us a good year.  *If grass grows in January it will grow badly the whole year.   *A summerish January, a winterish spring.


Mortimer Medical Practice PPG News January : 140 patients did not attend their appointments in December! When you consider the wait time for appointments that figure is quite shocking.  That's 140 appointments when other patients could have been seen.  Did you know?  You can now return used plastic inhalers and pods for recycling to the dispensaries. MMP PPG 01/18

Nominations are open for the Community Champion Awards 2018 Who is your Community Champion?

Coffee Mornings at the hall 11-12.30 Jan 18th and then 1st & 15th Feb.

Lingen Carpet Bowls Team are at the hall (apart from away games) every Thursday 7.30pm if you’d like to start a new 2018 activity why not pop along for a try out?


'Uganda Dream Experience' Jane & Kay invite you on Saturday 20th January 7.30pm to the hall.  Donations welcome.  Refreshments/Bar/Raffle.

The 6th Feb 7.30pm sees the Gardening Club back at the hall with a talk on Daffodils by Cathy Beale.  Subs for 2018/19 are then due £10pa plus £1 per talk along with full garden admission charges applicable for visits.  Programme for 2018 t.b.a.

Lingen Flix returns 9th Feb 7.30pm with ‘The Time of Their Lives’




Lingen Art History Dayschool Wednesday 14th February 10-4 at the hall ‘Urban Realism and the Natural Worlds’ with tutor Allen Fisher. This will focus on a selection of paintings from France in the 19th century and will discuss how they are made and who they are made for, with different systems of value.  Examples include paintings by Courbet, Degas and Cassatt as well as Morisot, Manet, Monet, Pisarro, Cezanne and Seurat. Cost £22.50 please bring a packed lunch.  WEA Course code C3125822 enrol online at

HWT have a fantastic new programme of art and craft workshops for 2018 at Queenswood. They begin with Basket Making for Beginners on 10th Feb, followed by a Children's Willow Workshop on 17th Feb, Needle Felted Dormice on 23rd Feb and  Japanese Woodblock Printmaking Workshops on 24th and 25th March.

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