Category Archives: Titchfield

Titchfield near Wickham at the start of the meander into the Meon Valley and St Wilfred’s historic pilgrimage. It retains old road names and Tudor buildings that connect it back to the early history of Hampshire.

Untangling the Early Church in Hampshire (Part 1)

Untangling the Early Church in Hampshire (Part 1)

Hampshire has a great number of early churches, a number of which still have vestiges of their Anglo Saxon origins peeping through the structure. Continue Reading

Titchfield Medieval Abbey

Titchfield Medieval Abbey

Place House in Titchfield is the site of a former Medieval Abbey, whose doors have been open to welcome many of England’s monarchs. This once important Medieval Abbey, fell at the Reformation and once given to the influential Earl of Southampton Sir Thomas Wriothesley Continue Reading