For hundreds of years villages, the residents of our local area, including Northamptonshire, Leicestershire and the Fens have been Beating the Bounds to map out the Parish Boundary limits of a village. This is a tradition that has mostly died out, but was re-instated in Titchmarsh 30 years ago. This year’s Boundary walk marks that Anniversary and is being used to raise public awareness and to raise funds to oppose the proposed excessive and inappropriate warehousing across Northamptonshire. Please come along for a fun day out and support a good cause that will help protect our lovely County and the wildlife within it! You can also Sponsor your Dog to help too!
Follow the Titchmarsh boundary route, explore our lovely village and see for yourselves the impact that inappropriate development could do to our County.
Titchmarsh Parochial Church Council
30th Anniversary Boundary Walk on Sunday 22nd May in collaboration with STAUNCH
- Long Walk – 17 miles– start time 7.30am (approx. 7 hours)
- Medium Walk – 10 miles – start time 7.30am (approx. 4 hours)
- Short Family/Sponsor the Dog Walk – 5 miles start time 10.30am (approx. 2 hours)
Meet at St Mary’s Church porch
Registration in advance by Sun 15th May please via the STAUNCH website – www.staunchcampaign.org or paper copies available at Titchmarsh Village Shop or download below:
You can register for the walk using the button below – or simply turn up on the day.
Get the T-shirt!
For a small donation you can kit yourself out in one of these fantastic t-shirts – available in time for the walk:
Refreshments available en route and also after the walk at Titchmarsh Village Shop, The Wheatsheaf pub – prior bookings only or bring a picnic to have around the village!
Parking available at Playing Field car park and around the village.
Get some exercise, have some fun with family and friends and help a good cause!
All funds raised this year will go to STAUNCH to pay for legal advice & representation.