Welcome to the Titchmarsh Village Website

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 mediaeval church, the site of a mediaeval 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.

Recent News and Updates

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    Don't forget cream teas on the school field this afternoon 

    In aid of Friends of Titchmarsh school 

    Come along between 2 and 4pm. [...]

     
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    Wheatsheaf Shut

    Village Pub Closes Doors for Foreseeable Future

    As you may already be aware from the Village Facebook page, the Wheatsheaf has closed it doors for the foreseeable future. Landlady Amy Harding had hoped to keep the pub going until the lease runs out in 3 months time. However, running the business has become increasingly difficult and she simply feels unable to continue. A sign posted on the door of the pub on Tuesday gave some indication of the difficulties she has faced. [...]

     
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    Fathers'Day and Beyond

    Tasty Treats from TVS

    If you are looking for a gift for Dad or Granddad or a little something to take with you on your summer visits to family and friends, TVS could have the answers for you. Amidst all the other delights in stock we have a range of goods that are packaged with the Titchmarsh Village Shop brand. [...]

     
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    Attention Jam Makers!

    Strawberry Offer

    TVS is selling strawberries at £2 for 2 punnets! [...]

     

We welcome contributions from local residents If you are a registered user you can post your own news and events. Simply go to the relevant page - either news or events - and press the orange button at the top of the page.