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    Boobs and Brass Tickets

    by Site Admin (Antar) on 24/03/2017

    Just a quick note to remind you that tickets for Boobs and Brass are now on sale. The colourful all-lady brass band are making a welcome return to St Mary's Church on Saturday 13th May and if you want to see them you'd best get in quick. Tickets cost £10 each and include entry to the concert, a raffle and canapes. As you would expect from any event in Titchmarsh, there is also a bar. Read the full story...

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    Volunteer Action

    by Site Admin (Antar) on 23/03/2017

    Volunteer Action is a local charity supporting the elderly, unwell, disadvantaged and those with disabilities in Oundle, Thrapston and the surrounding villages from Easton-on-the-Hill to Titchmarsh. Read the full story...

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    Friends of Titchmarsh School Auction is now LIVE

    by The Fletchers on 16/03/2017

    We have 34 fantastic Lots for you this year and there is something for everyone. We have weekend tickets to Silverstone, family passes to Santa Pod and Woburn Safari Park, annual pass to Stanwick Lakes and a round of golf for 4 people at Wellingborough Golf Club. The teachers have also offered a range of many exciting activities, all for up to 4 children. There are also many other children’s activities, including a children’s party organised by the FOTS team, pampering goodies, foodie gifts and even a boiler service, website design and chimney sweep.  Read the full story...

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    Disturbing Episode in Titchmarsh

    by Site Admin (Antar) on 02/03/2017

    On Tuesday a rather disturbing series of events occurred in our village. At some point during the morning an unmarked white van parked in Tofts Close. The driver got out and approached the row of small bungalows - home to some of oldest residents in Titchmarsh. After knocking on the door the man engaged the occupant in a discussion about the state of her garden which he claimed needed tidying after the recent strong winds. The elderly resident rebuffed this, insisting the council would take care of any issues, but the driver persisted. Thankfully, the lady stood her ground. Undaunted, and despite asking him not to, the driver then decided to call on her 90 year old neighbour.  Read the full story...