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Sounds good!

Singer Joan Hocking entertains Stanhoe WI members.

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Stanhoe Parish Council Minutes

Stanhoe Parish Council Minutes - 10 November 2022

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Stanhoe Road Closure

Stanhoe Road Closure - 6 December 2022

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Don’t fall for it!

Stanhoe residents get valuable advice on avoiding scams.

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Stanhoe Parish Council Agenda

Stanhoe Parish Council Agenda - 10 November 2022

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Deep thought

Research in political science stretches Stanhoe WI members’ brains.

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Remember the Jubilee?

A photomontage takes us back to more settled times in Stanhoe.

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Stanhoe buses

Stanhoe has a daily bus service to Hunstanton and King’s Lynn.

The Go To Town 21 service is operated by West Norfolk Community Transport (WNCT). The vehicles are wheelchair-accessible minibuses. Bus passes are valid on the Go to Town buses, or you can buy a daily, weekly or monthly ticket.

Both to and from King’s Lynn there are three buses every weekday. On the later services returning from King’s Lynn, passengers must ask the driver to stop at Stanhoe.

The official Stanhoe stop is by the pond, but you can hail the bus anywhere in the village as long as you know which way it’s heading (more about this below).

The timetable (see link above) is somewhat complicated, since the buses make a loop between Stanhoe and Docking. Depending on the time of day, the bus to King’s Lynn stops at Stanhoe either before or after visiting Docking – and similarly on the way home.

Stanhoe Parish Council subsidises the service, which may disappear in the future if it is not used. Before the current service started in 2017, Stanhoe had not had a regular bus since 2011, and even that was only once a week.