infobox UK place
country = England
official_name = Linch
population = 78 (2001)
region= South East England
Linch is a loose collection of hamlets and a civil parish in the Chichester District of
West Sussex, England, north of Midhurst. It has an Eighteenth century churchdedicated to St Luke.
In the 2001 census there were 29 households with a total population of 78 of whom 40 were economically active.
* [http://www.gravelroots.net/linch/home.html The Linch guide] - part of the Gravelroots Rother Valley Guide.
* [http://www.achurchnearyou.com/venue.php?V=5031 St Luke, Linch]
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