Stanhoe Pit



Parish Council Meeting

Parish Council Meeting - 26 September 2019



Stanhoe WI members learn about a very old craft.


Church matters

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


Pond progress

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


Musical evening

Nelson’s Shantymen entertain at the first Stanhoe Social.


Facebook for RAF group

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


October film

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


Tide times

Wells 21 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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4 December 2013

Pics mean prizes

Nationwide village photo competition could mean an iPad for you and £300 for the Reading Room.

With low winter sun casting a golden glow over Stanhoe, now could be the time to get snapping for a photo competition run by Allied Westminster, the company which insures the Reading Room.

The winner of the “Wonderful British Villages” competition will get an iPad Air, Apple’s latest cool gadget, plus £300 for their village hall. Two runners-up each score a Kindle Paperwhite e-book reader and £150 for their village hall.

Each person can submit up to three photos before the competition closes on 31 March. There’s no limit on the number of submissions from each village, so do encourage other Stanhoe folk to enter.

All entries appear on this web page, where you can also vote for your favourite. The winner will be the photo with the most votes.

All photos should show part of the village or a village activity. The Pit is an obvious starting point, but the competition page shows there’s plenty of room for interpretation. To judge from the handful of entries so far we might struggle in the scenic stakes, but there’s plenty of room for photos of people too.

If you plan to enter, make sure to visit the official competition home page and read the rules too. There’s some small print about naming entries, editing, previous competition winners, and copyright.

Posted by: Charles
Posted on: 4 December 2013