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Have you spotted the new signs on the approaches to the village?
Residents in Fareham are being encouraged to have their say on future development in Fareham.
Nick Girdler, Chairman of Titchfield Village Trust, on the future of the Parish Room and Project 2070
Titchfield Festival Theatre’s Shakespeare season set to start in traditional style.
Hampshire County Council’s planned work on resurfacing East Street on the weekend of the 1st and 2nd June has worried residents about gaining access to their homes during the work.
Hampshire Police are asking the public to help locate 35 year-old Daniel Bryan Thornton of St Michaels Road in Park Gate.
An independent examiner has given its verdict on the Neighbourhood Plan submitted by the Titchfield Neighbourhood Forum.
Hundreds of Breast Cancer Haven supporters enjoyed an evening of carols, music and readings from a talented cast of actors and musicians.
Peter Pan is the ultimate classic children’s story and this December JM Barrie’s celebrated fairy tale will be performed at Titchfield Festival Theatre.
The village of Titchfield shows the true spirit of the festive season.
Titchfield based ‘Port and Lemon’ has become the latest business to form a partnership with the marine conservation charity, Sea-Changers.
Titchfield jeweller Mark Hussey has done it again. He and his team of experts have created a beautiful silver be-jewelled Christmas candelabra.
An Isle of Wight group called Pro-Link have produced new plans for their proposed ‘Solent Freedom Tunnel’.
The jazz was hot and the day was warm and sunny when the Friends of St Peter’s held their “Jazz at the Barn” event at the Great Barn on Sunday.
Passion, politics and pasta….David Hare’s Skylight brings together former lovers Tom Sergeant is a wealthy restauranteur.
On Friday four of the Titchfield in Bloom committee attended the AmEx stadium ( Brighton’s football home ) for the Britain in Bloom awards.
Titchfield's new park will be called Abbey Meadows, after a public vote to choose its name.
In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1 The Royal British Legion has invited the public to take part in a movement to say 'Thank You' to the First World War generation who served, sacrificed, rebuilt and changed the nation.