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Continuing our fantastic line-up taking you into Spring and Summer with these top 2 acts. If you missed Whiskey River Trio and Swing for Paris, you won’t want to miss these bands.

The Almshouse Allstars step in for  The Jigantics on Friday 26th April 7pm

Sadly, due to an accident to one of the band, The Jigantics can no longer perform for us on Friday 26th April. We wish the band member a speedy recovery, and hope to see The Jigantics back on top form with us, hopefully in the autumn.

We didn’t want to let our loyal audience down, so have found a replacement for you who have very kindly offered to play for us at such short notice. We are really pleased to welcome The Almshouse Allstars, and hope that you will welcome and enjoy this band just as much!

The Almshouse Allstars present their swing show, with classic interpretations of the ‘swing ‘ songs and tunes of the jazz age. This includes songs by Billie Holiday, Al Bowly, and Louis Armstrong, such as Night & Day, and It Had to be You.
(On their website they feature two lead vocalists, guitar, banjo, ukelele  and harmonica, saxophone, clarinet and flute and double bass.)
All arrangements remain the same, tickets are still available, and are £10 for adults, £6 for under 18’s, and are available via email  We look forward to seeing you!
We have emailed everyone who booked tickets to ask if they’d like to keep them for this band. If we haven’t heard from you, we will release the tickets for others.
If you didn’t receive an email, and you would like to come, or you forgot, or changed your mind, please email to keep your seats.  Tickets are still available, so please tell friends and neighbours and spread the word. Many thanks.
Tickets £10  under 18’s £6 from 

Please bring cash with you, and car share where possible, and thank you for supporting local live music!

Remi Harris and Tom Moore  ‘Jazz & Blues’

Friday 7th June, 7pm 

Acclaimed guitarist Remi Harris and double bassist Tom Moore present an evening of music ranging from the acoustic jazz of the 30s and 40s to the electric blues of the 60s and 70s; influenced by such greats as Django Reinhardt, Peter Green, Wes Montgomery, Jimi Hendrix and more.

Remi and Tom have played the hall before to packed audiences, so we know this will be an excellent night – you’ll be glad you saw these guys! 

“He’s an absolutely extraordinary musician” Jamie Cullum, BBC Radio 2​

“astonishing stuff”: Cerys Matthews, BBC Radio 2 & BBC 6 Music

Cash bar and doors open 6.30pm, band on 7pm. Tickets £15, under 18’s £6.

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Jeni Howland  Yoga in Linton – New members welcome

Jeni has been practicing yoga for over 20 years and teaching yoga for around 8 years. She has many varying qualifications in dance, fitness, gymnastics and different strands of yoga. Jeni is also a Natural Health Practitioner, and practices in Ledbury and Cheltenham.

Tuesdays – Try your first class for free!
Tuesday 9:30 am – 10:30 am – Mat Yoga Class
£10 single class / £45 block of 5 classes
Plenty of places available at Upton Bishop on Wednesday evenings at 6.15pm!

Please bring your own yoga mat if you have one (there will be a couple available to borrow if you need). This class will be a mixed level class and will be welcoming to beginners as well as being beneficial and enjoyable for those who have done yoga before. You don’t need to be flexible or “good at yoga” to come along as we all start our own yoga journey anew each time we come to our yoga mat. Contact Jeni: 07736 300 325

Thursday Lunch Club  is now closed for the Summer

Our ‘Thursday Lunch Club’  serves a decent two course meal in the village hall on the third Thursday of each month through to March 2024. If you regularly come along then please look out for an email. If you do not usually attend but would like to join in then please let Carol know (07811 012593 on carol849 so we can add you to the mailing list and keep you advised. New name, same team- and we are looking forward to seeing you all!

Since 2018 the ‘Community Lunches’ (now The Thursday Lunch Club) has been run as a joint effort between the three village charities – Linton Village Hall, Village of Linton Trust (VoLT) and St.Mary’s Church – with the proceeds being shared equally between these three charities.


Linton Village Hall has signed the Greener Footprints Pledge
Greener Footprints is a county wide initiative set up to help achieve the vision of a zero carbon nature rich Herefordshire. “Join Greener Footprints and make a pledge to beat climate change so we, along with future generations, can all continue to enjoy the wonderful natural environment and wildlife that we’re so lucky to have all around us in Herefordshire.  In three simple steps people and organisations can make a real difference by taking independent and joint actions that will collectively make a big dent in the effects of climate change on our county, and our lives…”  To find out more about this county wide campaign, go to the link below to find out all about this initiative and join in.

Linton Village Hall Climate and Nature Grant Update – June 2022
 You may recall the hall committee received a grant from Herefordshire Council at the end of 2021 to carry out energy saving improvements to the hall. These included supplementing the existing loft insulation, replacing all the existing fluorescent lighting with LED units and installing photovoltaic solar panels with battery storage. Well, this project is now complete!

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The additional loft insulation was put in in March 2022 with the main hall and committee rooms loft areas being supplemented with 100mm of extra insulation to prevent heat loss through the roofs.

Inside Greener Heating

The Led Lighting was installed in the beginning of May 2022 with all the ceiling lights in the main hall and ancillary rooms, as well as external floodlighting, being replaced with LED units to reduce electricity usage.

The installation of PV Solar Panels was carried out mid-May and comprised the erection of 14 solar panels on the rear roof slopes of the hall plus a storage battery and inverter. These will again serve to reduce electricity usage overall at the hall.

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The work to the hall has been carried out to budget and within the time frames set by the council grant. All these improvements will help to reduce the hall’s carbon footprint and ultimately work towards combating climate change.

If you would like any more information about the project, please contact:
Jane Reeves
Linton Village Hall Management Committee 

Regular user Groups – Contact details

  • Tai Chi: Thursday 6.30-8pm–  Contact Trevor on 01452 830000.  See the Tai Chi page under ‘Clubs and Societies’
  • Linton Art Club meet at Linton Village Hall every Thursday 10am-12noon. A small friendly Art Club where you can learn new skills, from drawing and painting to pottery and printmaking. As a qualified art teacher, Amanda is  particularly keen to welcome beginners. All materials plus tea and cake provided. Contact Amanda on 07903 104091 or email
  • Walk on Wednesday Group – meet at the Hall at 10.00 on alternate Wednesdays
  • The Weaving Group usually meet every other Friday, and welcome new members. If this is something you would like more information about, or would like to join, please email gaynor@the-workshop.orgDSC_0416
  • Pilates on a Monday morning is not running due to lack of numbers. However, if you are still interested please contact  Matt on 01989  750 354 or email as he has other classes running and may (if there are enough numbers) return to Linton. 




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