Author: wilfrid

Titchfield Emblem and the New Entry Signs

Residents in Titchfield wanted to freshen up the first impression on entering the historic village of Titchfield. The old entry signs were a bit battered and did not do the historic village any justice. The first challenge was how to best summarise Titchfield as a historic village, so in 2017 Sean Searight took the lead…

By wilfrid 2nd September 2019 0

Speakers for the coming season

Speakers for the 2019 – 2020 programme have now been confirmed. Dates and speakers are: September 17th 2019 Wig, Powder & Windows ~ Phoebe Merrick October 15th Mills & Milling ~ Martin Gregory November 19th Harlots, Dung & Glory Pt II ~ Andrew Negus December 17th George Watts Memorial Lecture ~The Restoration of the Market…

By wilfrid 15th August 2019 0

TITCHFIELD HISTORY SOCIETY ANNUAL OUTING

  It was the hottest day of the year for our outing this year, luckily, we had chosen to visit venues which were mainly indoors.  Our morning took us to the Hospital of St Cross in Winchester, which was founded by Henry de Blois.  After morning refreshments of coffee and homemade cakes we were given…

By wilfrid 28th July 2019 0

Summer Picnic 2019

The Summer picnic for the History Society has become a regular event and is normally blessed with fine warm weather, however this year was far from the case with very heavy showers and a chill wind, not picnic weather!  This was even more disappointing as we had invited Bishop’s Waltham Society to be our guests…

By wilfrid 21st June 2019 0

Chairman’s Report 2019

  I first of all I must apologise for not presenting this in person and would like to thank Peter Mills for chairing this meeting in my place. 2018/19 Season has been very busy and productive for the Society.  Attendances at meetings have been consistently above those of previous years and bearing in mind our…

By wilfrid 28th May 2019 0