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a village within the Border Group Parish...

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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.   

      Lingen Village Hall Carpet Bowls Team-

The winning team 2014/15 of the  North Herefordshire Indoor Carpet Bowls League.    


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'early april village hall diary dates'     


Lingen Gardening Club Tuesday 7th April 7.30pm 'The  National Garden Scheme' a talk by Penny Usher.  Members £1 Visitors £4.
Adforton Lecture 'Wealthy or Wise' by lecturer Alan Laurie Wednesday 8th April 7.30pm at Adforton Church Hall.

History Group Monday 13th April 7.30pm 'Historic Houses of Lingen' an illustrated talk by the locally renowned historian Duncan James.  £4.50 on the door. Tel: 01544 267469.
Flicks in the Sticks: Friday 10th April 7.30pm 'The Imitation Game' and Sunday 19th April 3pm 'Paddington'.  Adults£5/children £3. 01544 267736. 

Earring found in village hall please contact

clerk: 01544 260865 for return.

Best Wishes to Lorna at The George after a fire damaged the kitchen - the latest we've been told

is that the bar is now open and serving drinks.

Lingen Indoor Carpet Bowls Team celebrated a very successful 2014/15 season at Brienton Village Hall on Thursday 5th March. Having clinched the North Herefordshire Indoor Carpet Bowls League title the week before, they were very successful at the inter club completions.  Roy Price retained the coveted singles trophy whilst Jean Edwards and Gill Williams were runners up in the pairs.  The club have convened on Thursday evenings during the winter months for the past sixteen years as a social occasion, having a chat, cup of tea and a friendly game.

It is only the second time to have won the league shield, although in individual competitions they have a good record.
Trevor Joseph.  Photos Monica Joseph.  11th March '15.

Big Garden Birdwatch Results are in!  This year in the Midlands you counted 1.5 million birds. The house sparrow remained the most commonly-reported bird, with an average of four in each garden. Blackbirds swooped in at number two, appearing in 90 per cent of all gardens, while the blue tit was the third-most spotted bird. Take a look at the full results and see how your area compares. 


Vote for Britain's National Bird All you have to do is scroll down and vote for one of 10 short-listed birds that best personifies all that this wonderful nation represents. The online voting will is now live and will close at midnight May 7th 2015 - the date of the General Election and Britain's National Bird will be announced thereafter.


Some humorous 'One Liners' from our Maggie


Herefordshire gears up for first triple election in history Herefordshire voters are expected to go to the polls in record numbers on 7 May. It will be the largest election operation ever managed in the county.


Herefordshire Council Electoral Services advises you of the following 'Notice of Elections': NOE_Adforton, NOE_Brampton_Bryan, NOE_Buckton_and_Coxall, NOE_Lingen, NOE_Walford_Letton_and_Newton and NOE_Willey.


Take advantage of your mid-life MOT with a free NHS Health Check Herefordshire residents are being encouraged to attend free NHS Health Checks. The Health Checks assess the risk of developing heart disease, stroke, diabetes, kidney disease, and some forms of dementia. By identifying the risks early, your GP can then work with you to lower your chances of developing these health problems in the future.


West Mercia Police Bulletin:  SNT Newsletter March 2015 

Mortimer Medical Practice Friends April News


The BTO House Martin Survey - (British Trust for Ornithology) needs your help to record these visitors

to our shores this year please click on link to learn more about their work and how to take part in their survey.


Herefordshire Council has agreed its budget for 2015/2016 including a council tax rise of 1.9 percent.


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