Titchmarsh, St Mary

Titchmarsh, St Mary

Titchmarsh, St Mary

Externally it is the late 15th century tower that grabs one’s attention. It was built by Lord Lovel, Lord Chamberlain to Richard lll. It is by far and away the most impressive in the county. It rises through five stages incorporating a west door, large lancet windows, gothic panels that now support the clock face, three further lancet windows, and finally turrets which form the base to a crocketed spire. The main body of the church is one of accretion from the Norman period to the present day, that said this roomy church overall has in it’s nave a feeling for the perpendicular period and in it’s chancel the Victorian. Overall it is large and airy. This should be, but isn’t, the resting place of the Lovel family. If they were ever here they are ...

Contact & Opening Times

Church Street
Titchmarsh
Northamptonshire
NN14 3DB
Open between 9am - 6pm daily.

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