Themed Evening of Food and Entertainment in the Church including the world premiere of "Why Dudley skulks" - penned by Master Ian Curtis and performed by the Titchmarsh players. Although the event starts at 7:30 p.m. the bar will be open from 7 p.m. serving real ale and wines. A welcome...
Last Saturday evening the Titchmarsh Players once again performed at the Medieval Banquet. The subject this year was the legend of Skulking Dudley who you may recall sent his daughter to fight a duel on his behalf to settle a land dispute. When the daughter's identity was discovered her duelling...
An talk presented by the Titchmarsh History Association. Get help and advice in tracing your ancestry. Have the opportunity to scan and preserve and documents or old photos for their archive. 7:30pm Wednesday 27th April in the Clubroom. Free admission and refreshments.
Who built it, who lived in it, where was it, what was it like, who pulled it down, why and when? Join us to hear Clive Carter talk through his recent findings and explain the evidence. You may be surprised by what he has to say. Titchmarsh History Association 7:30pm Friday 25 November...
As the start date for the long awaited restoration of St Mary’s important T C Lewis organ draws closer, today sees the launch of a dedicated website relating to this nationally-important instrument. Hopefully, it will inspire the wider community to embrace the restoration project and become...
The restoration of the church organ is fully underway. On Monday a team of craftsmen travelled down from Durham and began the delicate task of taking the great instrument apart. In just a few short days the organ has been reduced to something that resembles an eccentric Heath Robinson jigsaw puzzle....
Did you see that large group of people strolling purposefully through the village last Tuesday, and did you wonder who they were? They were members of Wellingborough U3A, the University of the Third Age. They were the latest group to visit the village to discover more about our fascinating history....
If you've ever taken part in the annual Boundary Walk then you'll know just how long it is. At around 18 miles, the Titchmarsh parish boundary is one of the longest in the county. It stretches from Aldwincle and Thorpe Waterville in the North - all the way down to the outskirts of Keyston in...