Welcome to the Titchmarsh Village Website

The village, known in Anglo Saxon times as Ticceanmersce (Ticca's Marsh), has links to many national historical events including the Civil War and the Gunpowder Plot.

The first poet laureate John Dryden spent his childhood here. The modern day village is a thriving community which boasts a mediaeval church, the site of a mediaeval fortified manor house, a village school, community shop, clubroom, public house, and playing fields with a pavilion. Many of the houses are built of local limestone, several of which are thatched and a number listed.

Recent News and Updates

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    Titchmarsh Show 2017 Calendar

    On sale now from Titchmarsh Village Shop, or by post

    In recognition of it's 40th year, Titchmarsh Flower & Vegetable Show committee have created a 2017  Show Calendar, which is for sale at an amazing price of £6.00.  The full colour calendar reflects scenes from Flower & Vegetable shows over the years, and from the village.  The spiral bound calendars have room to write your appointments and will brighten up your kitchen. They come with a sturdy envelope so they can be addressed and posted without further wrapping. [...]

     
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    The Colour of Sound

    An informative evening of music and entertainment

    On Wednesday 19th October at 7 p.m. William McVicker and Duncan Chapman will present "The Colour of Sound" in St Mary's Church. This evening is sponsored by the Heritage Lottery Fund as part of the educational project associated with the organ restoration. [...]

     
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    Water Pressure Drop

    Anglian Water in Race to Fix Leak

    A burst water main close to the A605 has led to a dramatic loss of water pressure in the village. This has reduced the flow of tap water to nothing more than a trickle - not just in Titchmarsh but over a wide area reaching as far as Denford and Lilford. Anglian Water technicians have been trying to correct the problem all day. Shutting off several valves in the area has increased the water flow a little - but this is just a temporary fix. They hope to fully restore the service to normal by Wednesday night. [...]

     

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