Category: News

VIllage Shop – Christmas opening hours

The Village shop will be open almost every day over the Christmas holidays. Christmas Eve   24th Dec 8.30am – 3.00pm Christmas Day   25th Dec CLOSED Boxing Day  26th Dec 8.30am – 10.30am Thursday    27th Dec 8.30am – 12.30pm Friday  28th […]

Play Area Update

We can officially confirm that we have been awarded over £48,000 towards the costs of redeveloping the play area from the WREN FCC Community Action Fund. Our ongoing fundraising efforts continue and we hope to have more news early in […]

Christmas card delivery service

Titchmarsh youth group will be running their popular Christmas card delivery service again. Cards can be posted in the box at the village shop. 10p per card minimum or a donation gratefully received. Funds raised will go towards buying equipment […]

Stocking fillers from your Village Shop

Winter warmers from Warner Edwards – we have four flavours of gin in handy sized miniatures at just £5 a bottle – a welcome gift for any stocking. Choose from Sloe, Rhubarb, Elderflower or original Dry Gin. …and don’t forget […]

Fish & Chip Van Back on the Menu – Maybe!

Up until about 4 years ago, a fish and chip van would park at the bottom of Park Road every Wednesday evening. It was an extremely popular weekly treat and queues were often considerable. Sadly, with declining sales, the van […]

T-Mugs are here!

After much anticipation, the T-Mugs have arrived. This follows several weeks of consultation to find just the right size, shape and quality of mug. The end result is just right. You can pick up yours from the Christmas Fayre this […]

The Mystery of the Pickering Tomb

Just over a year ago, Clive posted an item on his research into the possible siting of a vault under an area of the chancel which he thought might contain the bodies of members of the Pickering family. He had […]

T-mugs Coming to Titchmarsh

Regular visitors to this website will be familiar with the Titchmarsh mug banner shown on the home page. The phrase “Friendliness We built a village on it” was first coined by local resident David Buswell. It has proved extremely popular […]