Tag: St Mary’s Church

It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas!

Here at the Village Shop, we have filled our shelves with exciting Christmas gifts and goodies to tempt you and to make your Christmas go with a swing. We have a great selection of speciality biscuits, preserves, puddings and chocolates, […]

Village Show

The Flower & Vegetable Show in the church last Saturday was a spectacular occasion enjoyed by many. The home grown vegetables, cakes, pastries, jams, chutnies, wines etc were amazing, not to mention the beautiful flowers, plants, arrangements and amazing creations […]

Real Ale, Fizz, Good Food and Music!

There are still some tickets available for Saturday evening (18th May 2019) in the Church where there will be a Pint, Ploughman’s & Prosecco evening with music by Thrapston Town Band. During the evening there will be a silent auction […]

A Midsummer Night’s Dream Ball

On Saturday 22nd of June 2019 at St Mary’s Church. Starts at: 7:30 pm Escape into the magical forest for an evening of fine dining and live music at St Mary’s Church, Titchmarsh to celebrate Midsummer Night. Includes drinks on […]

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 […]

Bumper Year at The Titchmarsh Show

This year’s Titchmarsh show exceeded all expectations. The event was held in St Mary’s on Saturday 11th August but there had been concerns that the number of entries would be lower this year due to the long dry summer. When […]

Easter Memory Tree

Easter is one of the many times of year when we remember those we love. In response to a good idea from a Monday Morning Café regular there is now a Memory Tree in Church.  All are welcome to take […]

Messy Easter!

Join us for a morning of crafts, activities, cookery, music, stories and loads more to celebrate Easter. Suitable for ages 0-100. This is a FREE family event, but we ask that children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult. […]