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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.  




Thursdays 7.30pm at the hall.

Why not pop along for a try out!

Please phone 01544 267508 to make sure they're not playing an away match beforehand.


              Tuesdays 9.30-11.30am at the hall.         

Mother and toddler play group - £2 per family.

Wise Words - Be well, stay safe, and SMILE (it makes your face feel good), and if smiles are good, laughs are even better.  It's been said, "You don't stop laughing when you die, you die when you stop laughing!!"
Flicks in the Sticks 2nd screening is 'Belle' on Friday 7th November at 7.30pm.   All welcome.
Join the Flicks mailing list and keep up to date with our showings including 'Borderlines Film Festival' 2015 screenings.  Events Mailing List 
Opera Films at Lingen.  Unfortunately because of ill health we have had to cancel the opera season at Lingen.  We thank everyone for their support and encouragement over the past four and a half years. St Michael’s Church , Lingen and Glyndebourne Touring Opera have benefitted from your support.  Opera Flicks. 21.10.14
Decision Time for Reeves Hill Wind Farm - The Planning Meeting to decide the application for Access to Reeves Hill Wind Farm will take place at 10.00 am on Thursday 06 November at County Hall, Llandrindod Wells. This will be the final vote on the access application by the Planning Committee.  Everyone is eligible to attend the meeting but should you object to the application and need transport to enable you to attend please contact anyone under the Stonewall Hill Conservation Group list of contacts on their web site 
You may like to have a look at the following link, which features a jolly good lifesaving idea from a Malvern Police officer, for your old tax disc holder -  Life Saving Tax Disc Idea 
Free loft and cavity wall insulation returns - Herefordshire Council
Lingen Lectures  - Wednesday 22nd October 7.30pm Jack Spence OBE. 'War Versus Diplomancy' £8 to include glass of wine and canapés.  A one off programme of weekly lectures on a wide range of subjects in aid of the village hall.
Friends of St.Michael's event:  A Poet in October.  26th October 3.30pm St.Michael's Church, Discoed.  Reflections on Dylan Thomas the poet, more than the man, by Stephen Hollinghurst and poet Edward Storey.  Tickets £5 on the door. Further info tel:  01547 560246 email:     
Border Group Parish Councillor Vacancies -Lingen Village Parish will have two vacancies for parish councillors in the May 2015 elections. One is because of our esteemed and current councillors Geoff Bevan who, very unfortunately, is standing down.  Geoff has kindly served the Border Group Parish Council as a Lingen Councillor for the past eight years and has always listened to the thoughts and views of his electorate and acted on those views whilst taking votes for his community on the parish council.  Geoff is a stalwart of our Chapel here in Lingen (having been married there) as is his family.  He has always been relied upon to take the down-to-earth, common sense approach to all matters concerning us here in Lingen Parish and will be undoubtedly be extremely missed.  If you wish to stand as a parish councillor or nominate a councillor of your choice for Lingen: for which there are two vacancys, please contact Herefordshire Council direct.
We will miss you Geoff!
Teme Valley Youth Project, in response to feedback from young people are holding a one day dance workshop hosted by the 2faced dance company, on Monday 27th October, in Wigmore Village Hall.
Kington Operatic Society presents Gilbert & Sullivan's 'The Gondoliers'.  Lady Hawkins Community Leisure Centre, Kington 30/31st October 7.30pm.  Tickets £7.50 & £5 for under 16's available from Topm Bounds Electrical, 32 High St., Kington.

Fireworks -The annual Norton Halloween fireworks display will take place on November 1 from 6pm.

There will be a big bonfire, a raffle, a fancy dress competition, refreshments and best pumpkin competition. Admission is £2.50 for adults and free for children. 


Annual General Meeting - Monday 10th November 7.30pm Lingen Village Hall in the main hall.
Hall Officer Elections will take place again at the AGM on Monday when new candidates are very welcome to stand.  If you wish to stand please advise by Contacting Us or phoning 01544 260865 or simply notifying the hall secretary before the meeting on the night.  All welcome.
Bridge Evening - Wednesday 12th November play starts at 6.30pm at the hall in aid of the 'Samaritans' with light supper please contact Mary 01544 267202 for more information.

Lingen History Fellowship please click on links for more information, 18th November 7.30pm WWI on film...  - a very special showing from the Huntley Film Archives
1st December 7.30pm Chewing the Cud Film with memories of and faces from the old cattle market in Hereford.
Whist Drive -Tuesday 25th November 8pm in aid of St. Michaels' Hospice please contact Joyce 01568 770349.
Christmas Drop-in Coffee Morning Christmas Card Exchange Get Together - Thursday 4th December 11.30am onwards in the main hall.  This annual event takes place in December to enable village (and beyond) folk to come and enjoy a cuppa and something delicious to eat whilst annoying the Post Office by delivering your Village Christmas cards for FREE and by hand!  It was originally thought of by Pam Rosser (ex-WI Chair and now residing in Yorkshire) so that she could see all her friends before Christmas and outsmart the village postie - this thought has now come into being at the village hall and simply explained (!) comes about by all attending putting their cards on a table in the right pile, under the given addressee name to be delivered to the designated letterbox by a willing volunteer!  It's a great idea and makes short work of village card deliveries whilst giving everyone an excuse to have a pre-Christmas get together.  If you wish to donate an eatable to the offerings or help in any way please contact Pauline & Keith our monthly coffee morning hosts by phoning 01544 267736.  Please note: this will be the only drop-in coffee morning held at the hall in December and we must thank both Pauline & Keith for keeping this usually twice monthly village get together going.
Mortimer Medical Practice News, the Patients Participation Group and the Friends of Mortimer Practice Group are looking for new members - would YOU like to join? Mortimer Medical Practice