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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.   

 

 The New West Mercia Police & Crime

 Commissioner is:

 

John Paul Campion (Cons)

 

who was sworn into office on

13th May at the start a four year term of office. John Paul takes over from Bill Longmore the first Commissioner to hold the post.

 

 

To find out what powers a Police & Crime

Commissioner has...

https://www.westmercia.police.uk/article/1699/Search?askpid=Q790

 

Turnout was 59 at Lingen Village Hall Polling Station. 

 
 
 
Lingen Village Hall Management Committee presents their donation of £500 to St Michaels Hospice at the May committee meeting.
 
 
The donation was raised at the Christmas Dinner Dance in December 2015 and match funded by HSBC. The cheque was presented to Ruth Dennison, Income Generation Director at the Hospice by Phillip Barnett, son of the late Mrs Olwyn Barnett who was a founding member of St Michaels Hospice. Also present were Allan and Angela Lloyd of the 'Reaching Out for Radnorshire' campaign.   
 

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HWTs May species of the month is the Red-tailed Bumblebee. Pollinators have been getting a fair amount of publicity recently - and with good reason! Most plants rely on insect pollination to reproduce so they're vital for our eco-systems - and most of our food. This distinctive species is a good one to spot. Find out more on our webpage and let us know if you see these - or any other bee species in the county at www.herefordshirewt.org/recording or email records@herefordshirewt.co.uk 

 

The 2016 Big Breakfast held at Lingen Village Hall on 30th April was a resounding success thanks to the brilliant support received from the local community. This was the 6th Big Breakfast and the most profitable for the Walk the Walk Breast Cancer Charity raising an astounding £1850.  The Border Marchers Team cannot thank you enough for your continued support.   Helen Mather, Carol Pitt and Kay Pritchard are delighted to announce that they will be sending £3000 to the charity now that Helen and Kay have completed the Moonwalk in London, Clapham Common, last Saturday night finishing at approximately 5.30 on Sunday morning. 18/5

 

Presteigne News: CAR PARKING CHARGES ALERT... The PCC are to impose parking charges at the recycling lay-by car park which will be implemented either this month or next. 04/16

 

SHCG Report Reeves-Hill-Wind-Farm-Appeal-Dismissed 04/16

 

May News from Ward Councillor Carole                              Knighton Rotary Club May update...

 

Are you aware that unrecorded rights of way may be lost after 2026?  Herefordshire Heritage Access Group in partnership with Herefordshire Council are undertaking a new project to record rights of way missing from the Definitive Map along with other highway records and would like your help.  To find out more please see:

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/new-plans-to-simplify-recording-rights-of-way or email: Duncan Green (ddg@dinedor.org) Chairman HHAG. 

 

Ladies Fashion Show and Pop-Up Shop 27th May in aid of Cancer Research Relay for Life. Royal British Legion Presteigne, doors open 7pm, starts 7.30pm. £5 including nibbles, charity raffle. Clothing available to try on...and buy! 
To book, contact Vicky Davies 01544 262 127 or 07769 113 421

 

The Owl & The Pussycat encounter the world of Edward Lear at Leintwardine Community Library. FREE morning event for children.  Saturday 28th May.  ***EVENT CANCELLED***...with apologies for any inconvenience caused.

 

National Garden Scheme (Yellow Book) Stapleton Castle Court Garden Stapleton, Presteigne LD8 2LS will be open under the scheme on 29/30 May and for the last time on 28/29 August 2-5.30pm after which Margaret & Trefor Griffiths will be moving.  Developed over the last 8 years this garden is renowned for its colour themed borders. Castle tours available. Adults £4 children free.  Teas available.

 

May Bank Holiday Brocante Market at Aardvark Books Brampton Bryan, Monday 30th May, 9am-3pm. 30 stalls booked with a variety of vintage, small antiques and bric-a-brac to browse.  Refreshments available. Free entry/parking.

 

Ladies Afternoon Tea 5th June 3pm Lingen Village Hall in aid of Ovacome & Bracken Trust. Tickets £10 T:01544 267377

 

Saturday 18th June, reserve the day for Presteigne & Norton Open Gardens with 12 gardens open in aid of St Michael's Hospice. Tickets £8 (children free) from Winnie's and the St Michael's Hospice shop in Presteigne.

 

Charity Cricket Match Brampton Bryan 10th July 2pm Free entry and parking.  Refreshments available.  Raffle.

 

St Andrew's Flower Festival "All Things Bright and Beautiful" 8-10th July withflower arrangements to depict lines from the hymn.

 

Brampton Bryan Scarecrow Sunday date has now been confirmed as 31st July.

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