Category: News

Pints for Produce

Allotment holders, take note! The Wheathsheaf are keen to encourage “pints for produce” – a scheme whereby villagers can exchange any of their home-grown fruit and veg for something a little different. They are passionate about using locally grown and […]

Important Announcement at the Wheatsheaf

There was a full house at the Wheatsheaf on Thursday for the monthly pub quiz. Before the main event began, however, manager Stuart Wright made an important announcement. It emerged there had been a lot of speculation regarding the futue […]

New Menu at the Wheatsheaf

The Wheatsheaf has just launched a new menu. Alongside the usual pub classics you will now find a much more expanded range of vegetarian options, including butternut & aubergine curry, beetroot bouguignon and butternut, ricotta and sage pie. The Sunday […]

Northamptonshire Health and Care Partnership website is now live

Northamptonshire Health and Care Partnership (NHCP) is pleased to confirm that its new website is now live at NHCP consists of key health and care providers in our county and was formerly known as the Northamptonshire STP. NHCP is […]

2019 Marmalade in the shop now

The new crop of seville oranges have arrived and the Powells have started to make marmalade. The first lot are already in the shop and they don’t generally see February.

Retrospective Planning Application for Newbrook Farm

In case you missed it, a retrospective planning application has been submitted to ENC for Newbrook Farm in Islington. The application – submitted just before Christmas – seeks a retrospective “change of use” from agricultural to industrial usage. To view […]

TPF Events for 2019

The Titchmarsh Playing Field Association have just posted the dates of their events in 2019. They include the 10k, Cycle Sportive and Inflatable Fun Day. Be sure to add them to your diaries! Sunday 12 May – 10k Road Race […]

Hare Hunting in Titchmarsh

A villager witnessed a hare being killed by a white sight hound at about 9am on Friday morning in the crop fields near the bottom of Tofts Close. The hound belonged to 2 white males (one of which spoke with […]

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 […]

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 […]