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  • Harvest Festival

    Thank you to everyone who came to Harvest Festival on Saturday 26th September. This was the first year we had held the event on a Saturday and we were wondering how popular it would be. Unfortunately it was difficult to gauge as England were playing Wales in the Rugby World Cup at 8 p.m. We...
    http://www.titchmarsh.info/index.php?news=3

  • Why Dudley Skulks ****

    Last Saturday evening the Titchmarsh Players once again performed at the Medieval Banquet. The subject this year was the legend of Skulking Dudley who you may recall sent his daughter to fight a duel on his behalf to settle a land dispute. When the daughter's identity was discovered her duelling...
    http://www.titchmarsh.info/index.php?news=14

  • Skulking Dudley Out on Video!

    If you didn't attend the recent Medieval night at the church then you missed one the acting performances of the year - perhaps the century! The Titchmarsh Players put on a short play about local rogue Skulking Dudley whom - history tells us - sent his daughter off to fight for his honour. The...
    http://www.titchmarsh.info/index.php?news=25

  • Daffodil Planting!

    When passing in and out of the village during spring you cannot help but notice the huge swathes of brilliant yellow daffodils. The grass verges are covered in them. The bulbs planted every year by a group of villagers led by Michael Alderman. He estimates he plants upwards of 500 at a time -...
    http://www.titchmarsh.info/index.php?event=36

  • Phone Box goes Festive

    Sunday 29th November in Titchmarsh Church at 12.00pm is where you need to be for the Great Titchmarsh Christmas Fayre. Mulled Cider, Mince Pies, Festive Games and Christmas Stalls plus Father Christmas in his Glorious Grotto. After the excitement of our "Festive Frenzy" you can relax with...
    http://www.titchmarsh.info/index.php?news=38

  • Sunday School

    On Sunday 22nd November Rev'd Cathy Brazier invited the Sunday School up behind the altar so they could see the preparations for communion. The children then knelt down at the communion rail to receive a blessing before partaking of bread and grapes. Titchmarsh Sunday School is held on the...
    http://www.titchmarsh.info/index.php?news=40

  • Support the Church Organ

    If you are visiting the Christmas Fayre in the church this Sunday, please spare a thought for our organ. This remarkable instrument has been at the heart of St Mary's since 1870. Very soon, however, it will be dismantled and completely restored. This will be a lengthy and meticulous operation....
    http://www.titchmarsh.info/index.php?news=45


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