Category: News

Wine Tasting Evening – Final Call for Tickets

A quick reminder for anyone who wishing to go along to the wine tasting evening in St Mary’s church  on Friday 5th April. There are only a few places left and you need to book your places fast. Tickets cost […]

Thefts from Cars on Chapel Street

In the early hours of Thursday morning a thief gained entry to at least 5 vehicles (that we know of) on Chapel Street. TomTom sat nav devices were stolen from two of the cars. The other vehicles were ransacked but […]

New Youth Commission Recruiting Now

Northamptonshire Police Fire and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold is setting up a youth commission to involve young people in decisions about policing, the fire service and criminal justice in Northamptonshire. Young people aged between 14 and 19 – or 24 […]

Polopit Road Closed from March 12th

Due to the condition of the road from Polopit to the A14 it will be necessary to carry out urgent carriageway repairs.  To carry out the works safely for both the public and the workforce the road will have to […]

Play Area Update – 1 March

In case you haven’t heard, the Playing Fields Association has been successful in our final grant application and now has a sizeable budget to renovate the play area. Over the next couple of weeks we will be finalising the design […]

3 & 10km Registration now open!

Registration for the 3km Family Fun Run and the 10km Road Race is now open through the PFA website and the following link: https://titchmarshplayingfield.org.uk/10k-road-race/race-registration/

Education East Africa Challenge

Dear friends of Titchmarsh, I hope you don’t mind me posting this on behalf of my son Fraser – he is seeking to raise money as part of a Education East africa Challenge. But, I’ll let him put it in […]

AED Training Evening

As you are hopefully aware, the Pavilion now has its own AED (kindly donated by SADS UK). There is a training evening coming up on Thursday 28 Feb 6-8pm and we will have a few spare places on it – […]

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 […]