Stanhoe Pit




Apologies for Tuesday’s brief loss of service.


Village gates

Stanhoe’s “gates” may help cut speeding, says the Parish Council.


Another crash

Serious accident at the B1454 crossroads, Stanhoe, this morning.


Parish Council Agenda

Parish Council Agenda - 14 November 2019


Presidents’ plans

Sandra Carr takes over from long-serving Pamela Austin as Stanhoe WI President.


Wartime letters

Radio Norfolk highlights Stanhoe WI members’ sleuthing skills.


Remember the RAF

Aircraft models scheduled for Bircham Newton’s 10 November open day.


Tide times

Wells 20 Nov
07:50 low (-0.09m)
12:50 high (2.07m)
19:52 low (-0.24m)

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Stanhoe Village Screen cinema

Stanhoe Village Screen puts on regular film shows in the Reading Room. Below is a calendar of upcoming movies, with a trailer for the next one.

To find out more, or get youself on the mailing list for future showings, contact (tel 01485 518191).

Upcoming films

Cinema success

Red Joan is showing in Stanhoe on Friday 8 November – with excellent new equipment.

New audio-visual equipment installed by Stanhoe Village Screen is giving cinema visitors a better viewing experience – and making life easier for hard-working volunteers Peter and Jane Coates.

“Our first film, Fisherman’s Friends, using the new equipment was on Wednesday 2 October and attracted an audience of 32 people,” said Peter. “The film was a great success and Stanhoe Village Screen plans to continue showing monthly films.”

“We are grateful to the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk, the Geoffrey Watling Charity and the Mary Ester Hollway Memorial Trust for their financial support.”

Stanhoe film show in progress with the new AV equipment

Fisherman’s Friends on 2 October was the first public showing of the new projection equipment

Stanhoe Village Screen continues the autumn season with Red Joan (12A) on Friday 8 November at 7.30 pm.

The film tells the story of Joan Stanley, who was exposed as the KGB's longest-serving British spy. it is directed by Trevor Nunn and stars Judi Dench, Sophie Cookson and Stephen Campbell Moore.

Tickets: £5 on the door to include a complimentary drink

Date: Friday 8 November

Time: 7.30 pm, doors open 7.00 pm

Place: The Reading Room, Cross Lane, Stanhoe PE31 8PS

More info: Jane and Peter Coates (tel 01485 518191)

Next film: To be announced

Posted on: 2 October 2019

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