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Parish Council Meeting

Parish Council Meeting - 26 September 2019

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Smocking

Stanhoe WI members learn about a very old craft.

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Church matters

A service marks the start of WWII, and Stanhoe’s Rector is now a Rural Dean.

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Pond progress

A tidy-up has left Stanhoe’s pond looking very fine.

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Musical evening

Nelson’s Shantymen entertain at the first Stanhoe Social.

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Facebook for RAF group

The RAF Bircham Newton Heritage Centre has taken to social media.

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October film

Fisherman’s Friends is showing in Stanhoe on Wednesday 2 October.

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Tide times

Wells 20 Sep
04:25 low (0.26m)
10:57 high (3.35m)
16:40 low (0.30m)
23:26 high (2.91m)

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1639 map of Stanhoe

This fine map from 1639 shows a pattern of pre-enclosure strip cultivation that had probably changed little since medieval times.

Click on the map to see a larger version.

1639 map

You can also download the entire map as a PDF file (6 MB, opens in a new window if your browser can display PDFs directly).

As of September 2012 this full-size version has some overlaps and mismatches because it was scanned as a series of sheets traced from the original by the late Ken Foskett.

In due course Stanhoe Archive will improve the fit between the map’s seven “tiles”. Our long-term aim is a web-based viewer that will be able to overlay all our historic maps onto a modern Ordnance Survey base layer.