Stanhoe Pit



Stanhoe Parish Council CIL Return

Stanhoe Parish Council Annual CIL Return 2021/22


Quack plaque

The Duck Inn is recognised for its community contribution during the pandemic.


Racy raconteuse

Stanhoe WI members enjoy tales of Hollywood.


Stanhoe Parish Council Agenda

Stanhoe Parish Council Agenda - 11 May 2022


Jubilee lunch

Don’t miss Stanhoe’s Jubilee celebrations on 4 June.


Stanhoe Parish Council Minutes

Stanhoe Parish Council Minutes - 16 March 2022


Lighting the way

Stanhoe WI members learn about the history and charitable work of Trinity House.


Tide times

Wells 21 May
07:09 low (0m)
11:13 high (2.77m)
19:45 low (-0.09m)

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Do we collect personal information?

In general we do not collect any information that identifies you personally.

We do use cookies to improve the operation of this website (see below).

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We publish phone numbers, addresses and email addresses when we think it is reasonable to do so. All email addresses displayed on our web pages use Javascript to hide them from robots, including search engines, though email addresses in PDF files are visible to robots. If you would prefer that we do not publish your details, please  .

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We do pass your IP address to Google so that your device can load the font needed to show this website correctly. According to European privacy law, your IP address is personally identifiable information because your Internet service provider can link it to your account. In normal circumstances, however, neither we nor Google are able to make that link, either technically or legally. We don’t believe that using fonts hosted by Google infringes UK or European law on data protection and e-privacy, but we are keeping an eye on the situation. 

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