Here is the June edition of Titchfield News. As they are unable to print or distribute copies at this time we are making it available on this website.
Your village now has an Emblem (above) to be proud of. With “Village in Bloom 2019” on the horizon from mid-July there is an opportunity to purchase and fly your own village flag or put up some bunting. We recommend … Continued
More morbid thoughts about mass epidemics. In October 1347 a Genoese ship came into Messina harbour in Sicily. All of the crew were dead or dying. The harbour authorities quarantined the vessel and crew but it was to no avail … Continued
We are mercifully unaccustomed to plagues or epidemics, but our ancestors lived with the fact that disease would break out from time to time and take many lives. They called it the Plague. in the 16th and 17th centuries there … Continued
The British Pilgrimage Trust has been tracing old medieval pilgrimage routes and have recently discovered a route from Southampton to Canterbury. It is likely that the A27 runs close to the old footpath. It is probable that Titchfield lay on … Continued