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Address: PO Box 42
Contact: President Michael
Phone: 534475444 or 0418572257
Linton and District Progress Association welcomes our community to join the Progress Association either as a volunteer and a member or just become a members will help us to support our community.
We currently have a monthly newsletter that is published for 11 issues in a year. This Community Website is also part of our role to connect the community and visitors. Overall we support initiatives that support our community.
Warren Bowen President
Kylie Turville Vice President
Pam Southington Treasurer/Secretary/Public Officer
PO BOX 2
Linton Victoria 3360
for Newsletter, email@example.com
articles to be submitted by deadline on the 24th of each month (except January)
for administration contact, firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone 0488 428 190
Membership and/or Volunteers
We are always seeking people to attend meetings to provide valuable feedback regarding our Community. Meetings are held at the Linton Shire Offices every second Thursday during that month starting at 7.30pm bi monthly.
Membership is only $10.00 single or $15.00 for dual membership per year.
If you would like to become a member please fill out the link below and forward your payment to the
Linton and District Progress Association Inc
Post Office Box 2
Linton VIC 3360
For more information about the Model Rule for Associations please select the link below,
If you would like to be part of the committee please feel free to join us. We have monthly meetings on the first Monday of each month. Starting at 7.30pm at the Linton Recreation Reserve Brooke Street.
Contact: Bookings Officer Kirsty, for more information and details on 0419116788
Address: PO Box 50, Linton VIC 3360
Jill Wheeler President
0439 895 939
The Linton and District Historical Society was formed in 1981. As well as the town of Linton, the Society’s geographical area includes Springdallah, Pittong, Happy Valley, Mannibadar, Piggoreet, Golden Lake and Pitfield.
The Society’s objectives are to:
. foster historical interests and disseminate knowledge of Linton and district
. undertake and encourage historical research
. collect items of historical interest
. promote the preservation of items of historical interest
. raise funds for the fulfilment of the above
The Society occupies and has renovated two historic buildings in Linton – the old Nelson’s Undertakers building, now called The Letty Armstrong Resource Centre, where meetings are held and our collection is housed, and the 1874 Linton Free Library, which is used for special functions and displays. The Library has been nominated for the Victorian Heritage Register, because of its intact nineteenth century interior, which includes a large book collection that gives a fascinating picture of what readers in Linton once found interesting.
The Society has a collection of objects and papers relating to the history of Linton and the district, and in particular, it has an extensive historic photograph collection.
Some of the records we keep are: cemetery records, school enrolments (but only 1904 to 1934 have survived) and some Sunday School enrolments, town maps, lists of Anglican and Catholic marriages, hard copies of Grenville Standard newspapers 1895-1900, and odd records of Friendly Societies, rate payers’ lists, the Old Lintonians Association, etc. We also have a variety of memorabilia large and small.
Meetings are held on every second on the 3rd Monday of the month as follows,
at 7.30pm at the Letty Armstrong Resource Centre, 71 Sussex Street Linton. These mostly take the form of ‘History Nights’ where there is a presentation and discussion of a particular historical topic, perhaps involving a speaker or the showing of a DVD.
Resource Centre Opening Hours are
The second Sunday of each month (except January, July and August), 2-5pm.
We are always keen to have new members and the active interest and participation of our existing ones.
All enquiries should be addressed to:
The Secretary (Correspondence)
Linton and District Historical Society
PO Box 41
The Linton Playgroup is open to all residents of Golden Plains Shire between ages of birth and 5 years and provides an environment and activities that are fun, friendly, educational, supportive and inclusive for all participants.
Currently Linton Playgroup is not running. If you would like to start a Playgroup please contact Golden Plains Shire for more information on contact Council's Child and Family Services Team on 5220 7230 or email@example.com.
Secretary: To be advised
Phone 0405 152 114
New members welcome - Fire Brigade meetings held on the first Thursday of every month at 8.00pm.
The Cemetery Trust provide and maintain cemetery grounds for interments: Monuments lawn section and ashes memorial garden. Volunteers are welcome at working bees monthly as advertised.
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Meetings Held at the Linton Recreation Reserve unless otherwise indicated.
Activities include lunches, indoor bowls, cards and outings.
New members made feel most welcome. Come along and join us.
For more details please contact:
President Doreen Ringin 5344 7474
Treasurer Angus McIntosh 5344 9574