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Another crash

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

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Parish Council Agenda

Parish Council Agenda - 14 November 2019

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Presidents’ plans

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

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Wartime letters

Radio Norfolk highlights Stanhoe WI members’ sleuthing skills.

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Remember the RAF

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

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Parish Council Minutes

Parish Council Minutes - 26 September 2019

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Wonder dogs

Stanhoe WI members are fascinated by the abilities of medical detection dogs.

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Tide times

Wells 12 Nov
00:26 low (0.48m)
06:12 high (3.52m)
14:21 low (0.44m)
18:45 high (3.53m)

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1600s map of Stanhoe and its road names

This map was drawn by Gillian Beckett to show the main features of Stanhoe in the 1600s, especially the road names, which are quite different from the ones we use today. Notice the Saxon/Viking suffix “-gate”, meaning a street.

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Sketch map of Stanhoe roads in the 1600s