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Linton Church

St Nicholas Church Linton is part of the United Benefice of Coxheath, East Farleigh, Hunton, Linton and West Farleigh.

The Benefice website is where you will find details of services. There are also details on A Church Near You

Also, click on image below for website

Linton Parish Council Linton Church Page 1

St Nicholas is an attractive, typically Kentish church which plays an important part in Linton village life. Together with the Pub and the village hall, it is a central feature of Linton in every sense.


Please see the accompanying booklet giving some of the history of the church


With regard to the history of Linton, a beautiful ‘scrapbook’ was discovered last year, and the original is in the church.  It was produced by Linton Women’s Institute in 1955, featuring a beautifully embroidered cover and parchment pages with handwritten articles about the history of the village up to the 1950s, including lots of old photos.  A "photo-book" facsimile copy is available for anyone to borrow.

Linton Parish Council Linton Church Page 1