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Linton Parish Council - Linton Kent


Linton Parish Council welcomes you to its website. We hope you find it useful and informative.



MONDAY 12th APRIL 2021 AT 7.30PM

Since the outbreak of the Coronavirus, all face to face public meetings have been cancelled For the time being. The Parish Council will now meet in virtual terms using Zoom.

Members of the public are invited to join the virtual meeting which will take place on Monday 12th April 2021 at 7.30pm.

Information on how to join this meeting is available by contacting the Parish Clerk for the meeting ID, members of the public are able to join by video or telephone.

or by telephone on 01634 867173

The agenda for the meeting is available to download from the Parish Councils Website Agenda Page. Please click here.

Members of the public wishing to raise matters at the meeting must contact the Clerk and submit their enquiry/question by 4pm on the day before the meeting.

If joining the meeting, we must ask you to mute your device when entering the meeting and remain muted until you are asked to speak.



Please access links for more information:

Maidstone Website

Parish Nomination Papers

Please note  Addresses on nomination papers must match electoral register - This will be on your poll card.

Completed nomination forms must be delivered between 9am and 4pm to the Returning Officer at:

Maidstone Borough Council
Maidstone House
King Street
ME15 6JQ
This can be on any working day after 19 March 2021; excluding Bank Holidays; but no later than 4pm on Thursday 8 April 2021.

Appointments are available between 9am and 4pm. To book an appointment email or call 01622 602007.

For full details of this years nomination process visit our Candidates and Agents Information page.

Voting by post
To vote by post, you need to complete a postal vote application form. The process for applying for a postal vote hasn’t changed.

If you want to vote by post, apply early and give your elections team plenty of time to process your application.

Application deadline in England and Wales
The deadline to apply for a postal vote for the elections on 6 May 2021 is 5pm on Tuesday 20 April.







New powers to penalise inappropriate and illegal lorry parking in Kent


Please click here for further details


Temporary HGV Lane Restriction – A249, A299 & A256 – from 22 December 2020


Further Details


Prepare for UK / EU transition period ending December 2020




Local Church Services

There will be no services held in our 5 churches during the lockdown but you are welcome to join the Zoom Service.


Click See March Church News