Stanhoe Parish Council
Norfolk County Council Library Service can now offer the convenience of borrowing a laptop. Simply ask the staff at the front desks.
Fast Secure Access in an Emergency - a police preferred key safe enables the emergency services instant access to help you if you are not able to get the the door after an incident. There are two ways you can ensure emergency services have access-
1. Share the key safe code with the emergency services over the phone when you call
2. Register your key safe coder with the emergency services when you install your key safe. To register , visit this secure website -eastamb.nhs.uk/Keysafe-Access-Form
Information provided on behalf of East of England Ambulance Service
Residents can now directly contact Highways. Any resident may take a complaint or concern directly to Norfolk County Council Highways either through their website or call centre. Email email@example.com or call 0344800020. Residents can report directly online via the NCC website and register for an account. This will allow you to report issues directly onto their system. Defects can then be passed on to Area Highways who can inspect and programme repairs as necessary. The website is ww.norfolk.gov.uk - Roads and Transport Section.
For matters relating to the Parish Council contact the Parish Clerk:
Mallard House, Brancaster Road, Docking PE31 8NB
tel 01485 518 301.
Use the navigation menu to view the minutes and agendas of Parish Council meetings.
As of 21st September 2023, Stanhoe’s Parish Councillors are:
- Mike Wilson (Chairman)
- Tim Fitzjohn (Vice-Chairman)
- Rosemary Brown
- Steve Shaw
- Wayne Leighton
- Neil Shearer
Parish Council upcoming meetings
Recent news from Stanhoe Parish Council
Memorial renewed [Sep 2023]
Stanhoe’s war memorial gets some TLC.
Parish Council news [Sep 2023]
September update from the Chair of Stanhoe Parish Council.
PC meeting minutes [Sep 2023]
Minutes of the Stanhoe Parish Council meeting on 6 September 2023.
Police funding [Sep 2023]
Norfolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner launches police budget consultation.
Stopping suicide [Sep 2023]
Here are some links for people in need.
Council Tax questions [Sep 2023]
Borough Council seeks opinions on Council Tax support.
Parish Council budget
The precept received from the Borough for 2023/24 is £8100.
Parish Council responsibilities
The Parish Council’s main duties are to:
- set a budget and a precept each year (the precept is funded from your council tax);
- be aware of available grants and funding, and make applications as appropriate;
- encourage community participation and represent the interests of parishioners;
- liaise with other village bodies;
- maintain public rights of way;
- oversee planning applications;
- promote crime prevention;
- deal with drainage, ponds and ditches, highways, litter, closed churchyards, bus shelters, allotments, commons, community transport, recreational facilities, tourism;
- and much more.
To compare the responsibilities of the Parish, Borough and County Councils, see the councils and police page.
Visit our maps page to see the boundary of the parishes of Stanhoe and Barwick. Note that Barwick does not have a Parish Council, and is not within the jurisdiction of Stanhoe Parish Council.