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We’ve moved

stanhoe.org server move is complete, and everything should be working fine.

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Tree planted

Stanhoe WI members plant a tree and donate a bench.

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The Great War

Stanhoe WI members and guests are privileged to hear about a meticulously researched project on the lives of WWI soldiers.

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April film

Stan & Ollie is showing in Stanhoe on Monday 8 April.

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Parish Council Agenda

Parish Council Agenda - 7 March 2019

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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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Tide times

Hunstanton 24 Mar
03:13 low (0.41m)
08:28 high (7.46m)
15:20 low (0.82m)
20:39 high (7.72m)

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Walks and bike rides around Stanhoe

Looking for a walk around Stanhoe?

We have various “Parish Walks”; for the moment, look for these on the map board opposite the main pond.

The County Council’s Norfolk Trails website has a choice of circular walks, plus long-distance paths and a few routes for horses and bikes.

Our local long-distance path is the Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path.

The Ordnance Survey maps covering this area are Explorer 250 and 251 (1:25,000) and Landranger 132 (1:50,000).

Cycling around Stanhoe

Our cycling routes map has a few ideas for mountain biking along the green lanes between Stanhoe and South Creake:

thumbnail map

Click for a PDF version you can print (3.5 MB)

The map also shows a route north of Stanhoe via Station Road: a good quiet way to get to Brancaster or Burnham Market. The Brancaster route is rough in parts (along the old airfield track), but can be ridden on a touring bike.

For other routes try the excellent cycle.travel route planner.