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The Earl of Southampton Trust can trace its origins to approximately the year 1597. It is an amalgamation of five earlier charities and, from 1969 until 1989, was called The Titchfield Welfare Trust.
The name was changed at that time to The Earl of Southampton Trust in order to avoid confusion with The Titchfield Village Trust, a local environmental pressure group.
The Trust provides Relief in Need grants and Almshouse accommodation only to residents of the Ancient Parish of Titchfield. This covers the area of the present day Church of England parishes of Titchfield, Sarisbury Green, Locks Heath, Hook with Warsash, Stubbington, Whiteley and Lee-on-the-Solent.
The Trust also runs Day Rooms in Titchfield providing lunch for the elderly.