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    Farewell to Helen

    by Site Admin (Antar) on 27/04/2017

    The shop was sad to say goodbye to  one of it's longstanding volunteers Mrs Helen Mynors who has been with the shop for nearly nine years covering a four hour shift every Monday. Read the full story...

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    New Treats to Try

    by Denise Tourle on 25/04/2017

    While keeping all our usual stock items we have decided to add a few new ranges to delight the tastebuds whilst ensuring they will not be hard on the wallet! Read the full story...

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    Village Shop Vandalised

    by Site Admin (Antar) on 21/04/2017

    At last night's Annual Parish Meeting, local bobby PC Paul Minchinson, praised Titchmarsh for our can-do attitude and sense of community. The village, he said, has one of the lowest rates of crime in the region. We have as many incidents in a year as some local towns experience in a single night. He was particularly impressed with our Facebook page and encouraged villagers to use it more often to report incidents and anti-social behaviour. Our vigilance continues to play a vital role in helping the police prevent and solve local crimes. Read the full story...

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    Titchmarsh Nature Reserve

    by Site Admin (Antar) on 19/04/2017

    The Nature Reserve is a little green jewel in the Titchmarsh crown. It sits in a hollow on the other side of the A605 on the farthest edge of our Parish. At this time of year it provides one of the best walks in the area. The path around the central lake is about 3 miles long - half the distance of the forthcoming 10k. Indeed, if you're thinking of taking part in this year's event, twice around the lake is a lot more fun and no less taxing than running on the road! I've been down there a couple of times this week accompanied by my pooch, Bingle. I'm trying to get us both fit for an impending trip to the Lake District. Thankfully the terrain is very easy-going - like a walk in the park - and a quick lap around the water takes no more than 50 minutes. Read the full story...