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Gardens success

Damp weather didn’t deter visitors to Stanhoe’s Open Gardens day.

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Congratulations Ellen!

Ellen Finch, who lived in Stanhoe for many years, is 100 today.

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Open Gardens

Saturday 18 June is the big day for Stanhoe’s gardeners.

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A very special tea

Stanhoe WI celebrated the Jubilee in style.

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July film

Belfast (12) is showing in Stanhoe on Friday 15 July.

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Stanhoe Parish Council Exercising of Public Rights

Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Annual Governance and Accountability Return 2021/22

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Jubilee jollies

The Queen’s 70 reigning years have not gone unnoticed in Stanhoe.

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Tide times

Wells 28 Jun
02:48 low (-0.05m)
07:07 high (2.95m)
15:06 low (0.31m)
19:24 high (3.05m)

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28 May 2022

Unmissable!

Fine new signage for Stanhoe’s Village Hall and Reading Room.

Visitors passing Stanhoe’s Village Hall & Reading Room will now find the building hard to miss, thanks to its handsome new lettering.

“Village Hall & Reading Room” in large white capitals on the gable end of the red-brick building

“The MEHM Trust are delighted to reveal the long planned gable end lettering for the Village Hall & Reading Room,” said Laura Pocock Faulks, Chairman of the MEHM Trust.”

“The project started under the late Mark Roche but was hindered by the pandemic. With this new signage, in addition to finger post signs soon to be installed to direct people from the Bircham and Docking Roads, we hope to make our wonderful village amenity more obvious to our immediate community and beyond.”

Posted by: Charles
Posted on: 28 May 2022