Please find the end of year report from the Chair of Linton Parish Council, Cllr Marc Goddard, here: LINTON PC Chair’s Report 2020
The next meeting of Linton on Ouse Parish Council will be held remotely. If you would like to attend please contact the Parish Council Clerk at email@example.com or on 07814550125.
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The Parish Council will not be meeting in person for the foreseeable future to maintain social distancing requirements.
The next meeting of the Parish Council will be held virtually via Zoom on Tuesday, 12th April, at the slightly earlier time of 7pm.
Members of the public may attend virtually either for the ‘public’ element of the agenda, or for the whole meeting. Anyone wanting to attend must contact the Clerk by 3pm on Tuesday, 12th May, with the reason they wish to attend and their address and they will be sent an invitation to join the meeting. They will receive the invitation via email shortly before the meeting starts.
The agenda can be seen on the Parish Council page of the website.
Tuesday, 10th March, 2020
7.15pm at the Village Hall.
LINTON ON OUSE
PARISH COUNCIL VACANCIES
LINTON ON OUSE PARISH COUNCIL CURRENTLY HAS THREE VACANCIES FOR COUNCILLORS. AN ELECTION HAS NOT BEEN REQUESTED, AND THE PARISH COUNCIL WILL THEREFORE NOW PROCEED TO FILL THE SEATS BY THE CO-OPTION OF PEOPLE ELIGIBLE FOR COUNCIL MEMBERSHIP.
We wish to invite community minded people, over the age of 18 who live within this area (or within a 3 mile radius) to apply to join our team of dedicated and committed Councillors. This is an unpaid voluntary position.
THE PERSON MUST BE QUALIFIED BY VIRTUE OF BEING A BRITISH OR COMMONWEALTH CITIZEN, CITIZEN OF THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND OR EUROPEAN UNION CITIZEN, 18 OR OVER AND IS:
(a) Registered as a local government elector for the parish; and/or who has;
(b) During the whole of the twelve months preceding the appointment occupied as
owner or tenant land or other premises in the town; and/or his/her
(c) Principal or only place of work during those twelve months has been in the town;
(d) During those twelve months resided in the town or within 4.8 kilometres of it;
And is not disqualified from holding office by reason of any disqualification set out in
Section 80 of the Local Government Act 1972.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BECOMING A PARISH COUNCILLOR PLEASE SET OUT YOUR REASONS IN WRITING AND FORWARD THESE TO THE PARISH CLERK AT:
or by post to:
Parish Council Clerk, Sunnyside, Shipton by Beningbrough, York, YO30 1AL
APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN
9AM ON WEDNESDAY, 4th JULY 2019.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE INFORMATION BEFORE APPLYING PLEASE CONTACT THE CLERK AS ABOVE.
Just a reminder to Linton residents with issues regarding drainage/ water supply – please report any issues that you experience that you think might be caused by problems with water drainage to Yorkshire Water:
A FREE NCFE accredited course suitable for parents and volunteers who are (or are thinking about) helping in school and wish to gain a qualification – NCFE Level 2 Award Support Work in Schools.
Download the PDF Flyer: WEA Helping in Schools course RAF Linton on Ouse Jan 2016
Thursdays 7th Jan – 24th March 2016
9.30am – 2.30pm
(no session during half term)
RAF Linton on Ouse
(open to adults from military and non-military families)
For more course information and to book a place contact:
Diane Quinney 07824 545919 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a household requiring housing (open market or affordable) and either currently live in the parish or wish to return to the parish, please complete this form (PDF Download Link): Housing Need Survey Dec 2015 and return it to the FREEPOST address below no later than Wednesday 16 December 2015:
Hambleton District Council
Linton on Ouse Parish Council hosted a further twinning visit between Montcony and Linton on 28th July. A large French contingent from the Bressane area of Burgundy came by coach to Linton on Ouse.
As part of a busy schedule during their six day visit to England, the group came up from Lincoln before visiting York , Elvington and Linton on Ouse. They visited the RAF base and the Memorial Room by kind invitation of the station commander, Group Captain Ian Laing, before laying wreaths at the Cairn in the village and being welcomed to afternoon tea in the village hall.
They had come to honour the eight airmen who had left Linton on the evening of 23rd October 1942 and had died when their aircraft crashed in the village of Montcony, in Burgundy. The events which followed led to the formation of the Bressane resistance under the leadership of Henri Vincent, who was the village schoolmaster in Montcony. This has been marked since the end of World War Two by commemorations in Montcony, which have grown each year.
After visiting the Memorial room, the visitors inspected the Yorkshire rose planted at the gates of RAF Linton the last time they came. At Linton Village Cairn, tributes were laid by relatives of some of the men who died, as well as by Sylvie Monin-Badey, chair of the local Souvenirs Francais group in the Montcony area, Group Captain Ian Laing, the Station Commander, and Mike Croft Chair of Linton Parish Council. Flags representing different Resistance groups had been brought from Burgundy, by special permission , for the ceremony and the French and English flags were flown as well as the National Anthems played after the Last Post and Reveille. Many of the comments in the visitors book later referred to the moving ceremony, which had been led by Padre Sandy Gall.
Cakes for the afternoon tea had been provided by Easingwold Country Market and the Ladies of Linton served tea and coffee to some 80+ guests in the village hall, while the visitors were able to chat with members of the Linton and Montcony Twinning Association and villagers. Photographs from the time of the crash and the events since, including photos from the visits made from Linton to Montcony over the past eight years, were on display – as was the seedling tree, presented at three inches high on their last visit two years ago, and which had now grown to a sapling of 4 feet tall. It had come from the Memorial Garden in Montcony established by the Mayor, M. Reme Chatot, and was from an Acer tree there symbolising the Resistance. It is hoped to plant it out with other memorial trees, in Linton the next time visitors come from Montcony.
After speeches affirming friendship, and grateful thanks to all who had helped to make the day happen, Sylvie Monin- Badey presented Mike Croft and the people of Linton with a letter of appreciation from the Mayor of Montcony, and a plate depicting the Chapon de Bresse in traditional colours. Mike Croft presented the people of Montcony with framed photographs of Linton Village hall to mark and remember their visit. It was a warm and friendly atmosphere greatly appreciated by all.
As they say ‘Time passes, but the memories remain’. So it will be with memories of their visit.
Linton on Ouse