Titchmarsh is a village and civil parish in East Northamptonshire, England approximately 6 miles south of Oundle along the Nene Valley – not far from junction 13 on the A14.
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 medieval church, the site of a medieval 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.