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Syd and Sylvia

Two long-term Stanhoe residents will be much missed.

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Centenary lunch

Local celebrity Tim Bentinck entertains WI members at Brancaster.

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March film

Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story is showing in Stanhoe on Monday 4 March.

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Votes for women

The story of Millicent Garrett Fawcett enthuses WI members.

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Parish Council Minutes

Parish Council Minutes - 10 January 2019

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Fibre is here

Fast, reliable broadband is now available in parts of Stanhoe – at a price.

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WI reaches 100

Stanhoe WI members unveil a centenary plaque and meet a mayor.

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Tide times

Hunstanton 20 Feb
01:27 low (0.57m)
06:47 high (7.54m)
13:41 low (0.87m)
18:55 high (7.83m)

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Stanhoe Reading Room (the village hall)

Reading Room logo

Stanhoe’s village hall, properly known as the Reading Room, is the scene of many village activities.

Events include Parish Council meetings, film shows, and a coffee morning/ lending library every Tuesday morning – see the calendar for details.

photo: Charles Butcher

Stanhoe Village Hall

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

For enquiries about hiring the Reading Room, see the booking page. It’s a great place for family gatherings, children’s parties, public meetings, classes and lectures. The Reading Room is owned and run by the MEHM Trust.

The Reading Room seats up to 100 people. A kitchen, tables and chairs are provided, plus optional facilities including a licensed bar, kitchen, digital projector, screen and audio system.

Behind the Reading Room are the recreation ground and a play area for children.

photo: Pamela Austin

Inside the Village Hall (Flower Show visitors 2008)

The Stanhoe & Barwick Flower Show, alas no longer held