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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 18 Sep
03:28 low (0.59m)
09:39 high (3.91m)
15:16 low (0.59m)
22:07 high (3.48m)

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2 August 2019

Dogs welcome

Stanhoe reverses its dog ban on the playing field.

The new 'dogs welcome' notice

A new sign reminds dog owners
to do the right thing

Dogs are now welcome on Stanhoe playing field, as long as their owners keep them under control and clean up after them.

The announcement from the MEHM Trust comes with the arrival of a new dog waste bin near the Village Hall & Reading Room, on the boundary of the rough field and the playing field.

“We are delighted to say that dogs are now officially allowed to be exercised on the playing field,” said Trust chairman Laura Pocock.

“The playing field was purchased for the village by the MEHM Trust so please be responsible and pick up after your four-legged friends. You can dispose of dog waste in the new bin provided by the Parish Council near the Village Hall & Reading Room on your field.”

“We would also ask you to keep dogs on leads around the play equipment. We hope you enjoy using this valuable village amenity.”

View of the playing field with the new Dogs Welcome sign

Posted by: Charles
Posted on: 2 August 2019