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Incorporating Titchfield Village Hall
Titchfield Village Trust (TVT) is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (No: 1184545)
The objects of the CIO are:
(1) For the public benefit in the area comprising the village of Titchfield and its immediate surroundings area.
(a) The promotion of high standards of planning and architecture in or affecting the village.
(b) The education of the public in the geography, history, natural history and architecture of the area.
(c) To assist towards the preservation, protection, development and improvement of features of historical or public interest in the village
(2) The provision and maintenance of a village hall for the use of the inhabitants of Titchfield including for:
(a) meetings, lectures and classes, and
(b) other forms of recreation and leisure-time occupation, with the object of improving the conditions of life for the inhabitants.
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What We're Doing
The Trust recently runs a small grants scheme using its own funds and money received from other grant giving bodies.
The grants are to help kick start projects in the village that will benefit the community and can be applied for by any organisations within Titchfield.
Normally a ceiling of £200 will be applied but in certain circumstances this may be increased.
You can apply for the grants by E mailing the Trust at
Grants have already be given to :
The Christmas Tree on the Green…. £200 Given every year
Oasis Youth Club Kitchen Refurbishment….£200 Given every year
Titchfield in Bloom…..£350
Cycle Rack at the Community Centre….£150
Re-planting on the Village Green £200
In 1987 and '88 the village won Hampshire County Councils best kept village award.
To commemorate this the Trust erected a clock on a building in the square. After 20 years it was beginning to lose time and the new owner of the building asked us to remove it.
Hadlows the butchers asked if they could have it placed above their shop so we paid to have it refurbished and re-sited. It's now far more accurate with an electronic monitoring system that also automatically adjusts it to take account of daylight saving.