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Syd and Sylvia

Two long-term Stanhoe residents will be much missed.

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Centenary lunch

Local celebrity Tim Bentinck entertains WI members at Brancaster.

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March film

Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story is showing in Stanhoe on Monday 4 March.

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Votes for women

The story of Millicent Garrett Fawcett enthuses WI members.

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Parish Council Minutes

Parish Council Minutes - 10 January 2019

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Fibre is here

Fast, reliable broadband is now available in parts of Stanhoe – at a price.

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WI reaches 100

Stanhoe WI members unveil a centenary plaque and meet a mayor.

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Tide times

Hunstanton 21 Feb
02:17 low (0.31m)
07:33 high (7.69m)
14:27 low (0.75m)
19:38 high (8.00m)

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Detailed maps of Stanhoe

Below is a link to a high-quality modern map of Stanhoe in PDF format. It’s useful because it shows many of the house names in the village (though these aren’t searchable, unfortunately). Click on the map to download the PDF version.

thumbnail map

Click for a PDF version you can zoom in on
and print (900 kB)

Parish bounds

The map below shows the parish boundaries of Stanhoe (solid blue) and Barwick (blue outline).

Get the KML file

KML is a structured file format (an XML schema) for exchanging information on latitude and longitude. You can read an introduction to KML on Wikipedia, and get the full info at Google Code.

Download the KML file of the parish boundary (if the file opens directly in your browser, right-click the link to save it).