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February film

Official Secrets (15) is showing in Stanhoe on Friday 28 February.

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Signs and stories

Stanhoe WI members celebrate Norfolk’s village signs and their own Institute’s long history.

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RAF history

The RAF Bircham Newton Heritage Centre starts its 2020 season on 12 April.

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Packing ’em in

Stanhoe’s Tuesday coffee mornings are going strong.

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Parish Council Minutes

Parish Council Minutes - 9 January 2020

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A reel good night

Stanhoe’s Burns Night celebration goes down well.

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Read all about it!

Dip into Stanhoe’s newspaper cuttings library.

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Tide times

Wells 17 Feb
00:44 high (2.03m)
08:27 low (-0.56m)
13:40 high (1.70m)
19:31 low (-0.55m)

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Stanhoe Village Hall & Reading Room

Stanhoe’s Village Hall & Reading Room is the perfect place for family gatherings, wedding receptions, children’s parties, public meetings, classes and lectures. Regular events include Parish Council meetings, film shows, and a coffee morning/lending library every Tuesday morning – see the calendar for details.

The Village Hall & Reading Room set out for a wedding reception

Stanhoe Village Hall & Reading Room set up for a wedding reception. Click on the photo for a larger version.

The hall seats up to 100 people. There’s a kitchen, tables and chairs, plus optional facilities including a licensed bar, kitchen, extra tables, a digital projector with 2.4 m (8 ft) wall-mounted screen, and an audio system with a wireless microphone. Behind the hall are the playing field and a well-equipped play area for children.

The Village Hall & Reading Room set out for a bridge night

Stanhoe Village Hall & Reading Room set up for a bridge night. Click on the photo for a larger version.

How to find us

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Stanhoe Village Hall & Reading Room

You can find the Village Hall & Reading Room halfway down Cross Lane. If you are using satnav, postcode PE31 8PS will get you here:

Booking the Village Hall & Reading Room

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To book Stanhoe Village Hall & Reading Room please contact (tel 01485 518 057).

Download a floor plan.

In the summer (1 April–30 September) the cost is £8 an hour for Stanhoe villagers and £15 an hour for anyone outside Stanhoe. In the winter (1 October–31 March) the rates are £10 an hour for villagers and £18 an hour for everyone else.

Large events involving the playing field as well as the hall are charged at £100 resident/ £150 non-resident for the day of the event, plus £40 per day for “set up” and “take down” days either side of the event.

You can pay by bank transfer to:

Sort code: 20-30-81 (Barclays Bank, Fakenham)
Account name: MEHM Trust
Account number: 10270660

Please try to include a reference (the name of your organisation, or your own name) so that we know where the payment has come from.

Alternatively, write a cheque to “MEHM Trust” and send it to Laura Pocock, Everitt House, Parsons Lane, Stanhoe, Norfolk PE31 8QW.

Christmas Food Fair

Christmas Food Fair

Inside the Village Hall & Reading Room at the 2008 Flower Show

A packed hall at the Stanhoe & Barwick Flower Show in the days before the refurbishment