The Titchfield History Society was established over 40 years ago to preserve, record the history of the ancient village of Titchfield, near the south coast in Hampshire.

The society meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm at the Community Centre in Titchfield, from September to May. The Society also organises summer events and trips.


Membership is open to all and there is an annual fee of £12. If you wish to join please come to one of our regular meetings (see below) or contact


Ken Groves



Marilyn Wilton-Smith


John Ekins

Membership Secretary

Steve Nash

Programme Secretary

Amanda Laws

Committee members

Phil Burner

Bryan Dunleavy

Keith Hayward

Peter Mills 

Sean Searight

Ros Seward

Colin Wilton-Smith




On Facebook in the Titchfield History group

Speaker’s programme


September 18th The Archivist from Beaulieu

October 16th The Origins of Bishop’s Waltham: Exploring the Unexplored  – Tony Kippenburger

November 20th Harlots, Dung and Glory – Andrew Negus

December 18th The River Meon Estuary, History facts plus innovations – Ken Groves


January 15th The Civil War in the Meon Valley – Duncan Colin-Jones

February 19th The Countess of Fareham – Ian Gray

March 20th Pew Rage Dr Penny Copeland &  Dr Jude Jones

April 16th History of the Ordinance Survey – Geoff May

May 21st AGM – Members evening


All meetings are held at the Malt Room, Titchfield Community Centre.

Meetings start at 7:30 pm.