Welcome to Linton-on-Ouse Parish Council Website

 

Linton on Ouse is a small village to the north of York close to the banks of the River Ouse. It is a friendly community with a village shop and a pub that has recently reopened and is an important part of the village again. The RAF set up a base at the village in 1937, and until recently was an important flying school for new recruits.

The village boasts a beautiful Village Hall available to hire for events. Behind the Village Hall the Parish Council maintain a large playing field with a recently refurbished play area. There is a bustling primary school with an Ofsted 'Good' rating, and the nearby listed Linton Lock building has a lovely Cafe with a full menu and bar.

An annual event - LintonFest - sees huge numbers of residents enjoying family entertainment and a quality beer tent, while raising funds that help support the village.

The RAF are moving out, and there are currently many changes happening in this small village, but the future looks very bright.

 

Information about Devolution

Published: 3 Aug 22

Please open to see links to information about the process of devolution in North Yorkshire. Read More...

Message from Chief Inspector Hunter

Published: 30 May 22

Please see letter from North Yorkshire Police regarding drop in sessions with police. Read More...

LOO Asylum Seekers Centre Update

Published: 28 May 22

Please see attached Home Office answers to frequently asked questions. Read More...

Easingwold Foodbank Information

Published: 18 Feb 21

Our food packages contain tinned and dry goods for 3-5 days' supply. Read More...