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St Peter's Bellringers have rung a special peel of bells in an act of solidarity with the people of Paris who saw their Notre Dame Cathedral’s roof ravaged by fire earlier this week.
The planning inspector has today turned down Foreman Homes appeal which would have resulted in the building of 150 homes on a green field off Posbrook Lane.
The open area in front of Titchfield’s Great Barn has been covered in tarmac along with the drive up to the Grade 1 listed building.
This Season’s Summer Outing for Titchfield History Society members and guests will take them to Winchester to visit the Hospital of St Cross and Winchester College.
Titchfield Festival Theatre is delighted to announce the forthcoming production of Dear Brutus by JM Barrie
A Vauxhall Corsa has collided with a house in Bridge Street close to the junction with Coach Hill and South Street.
Friday 8th March – ‘First Man’ (12A) is the riveting story of NASA’s mission to land a man on the moon.
Have you ever thought of becoming a trustee?
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.
Following a recent public consultation, a new Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) has been introduced in Fareham to encourage responsible dog ownership.
Word of Mouth is an exciting new short play season which will provide an opportunity for new and
emerging writers to showcase their work on the Titchfield stage.
A number of Titchfield residents have voiced their concerns over the appearance of piles of earth in a field alongside the River Meon.
Green fingered residents are being urged to come along to the special launch event of this year’s Fareham In Bloom competition.
From Monday 11th March Everetts the Chemist will return to their old home, 28 The Square, following an extensive refit of the premises.
In March and April Titchfield Moviola will be showing films on a Friday evening in the Parish Rooms we will return to Titchfield Festival Theatre in St Margarets Lane in May and resume 'Film Nights’ on the 1st Thursday in the month.
It’s not too late to get tickets for the very popular TACT shows at Titchfield Community Centre.
What secrets are uncovered in the garden next door?
A new vision has been drawn up for Solent Airport at Daedalus by Fareham Borough Council and residents are being asked for their views on the plans.
As you walk along The High Street towards The Square look up and you might notice that something is missing…
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