We hope you'll find these links to other websites
in the Linton area interesting.
Michael found them on the Tavern's internet computer ("there's
nee porn on it!")
Cambridgeshire - bounded North by Lincolnshire,
East by Norfolk and Suffolk, South by Essex and Herts, West
by Bedfordshire, Huntingdonshire, and Northamptonshire.
Area, 524,935 acres; population 185,594. Cambridgeshire
comprises 17 hundreds, 172 parishes with parts of 7 others.
message board - Linton has become internationally
famous through fictional character Alan Partridge who once
justified his extended stay at the Linton Travel Tavern
by claiming that Linton is equidistant between London and
Norwich. Indeed, Linton is near the halfway point of the
London to Norwich A11 trunk road, although some 4 miles
from the actual A11 road, which suggests that the travel
tavern was in fact not in Linton itself, but nearby on the
A11 itself. Even in this location, the travel tavern is
probably further than Partridge would have wanted from the
M11 motorway, to which he once walked to purchase several
bottles of windscreen washer fluid from a petrol station.
Norfolk - A visit to Norfolk offers
a refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle of busy Britain.
Around every corner you will find pretty villages and historic
churches, miles and miles of unspoilt beaches, countryside
and rivers teeming with wildlife and relaxed towns and a
city with wonderful shops and tempting cafes.