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Parish Council Minutes

Parish Council Minutes – 21 September 2017.

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Grisly tales

The Red Barn murder holds WI members spellbound.

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Family trees

We’ve been asked for information about the Collison and Shaul families.

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October film

Churchill is showing in Stanhoe on 25 October.

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Daily bus service

Stanhoe now has a practical daily bus service to Docking, Bircham, the QEH and King’s Lynn.

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Harbour tales

Wells Harbour Master Rob Smith gives an excellent talk to WI members and visitors.

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Glass art and craft

Jill Husselby informed and entertained at her stained glass talk on Sunday.

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Tide times

Hunstanton 19 Oct
01:12 low (1.38m)
06:32 high (7.35m)
13:45 low (0.88m)
19:09 high (7.26m)

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4 October 2017

Family trees

We’ve been asked for information about the Collison and Shaul families.

Some months ago, stanhoe.org received two separate requests for information about long-ago residents of the village. One was about the Collison and Taylor families, and the other about the Shaul and Mountain families. Both relate to the late 1700s and early 1800s. If you can help, please visit the links above to find out more and see how to contact the enquirers.

While you’re there, check out the various other old Stanhoe families for whom we have some information or enquiries. We don’t have the time to become a genealogy website, but it’s good to help put people with Stanhoe connections in touch with one another.

Posted by: Charles
Posted on: 4 October 2017

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