Titterstone Clee Heritage Trust (TCHT) - charity No. 1120659

!!! TCHT NEEDS VOLUNTEERS TO HELP WITH OUR AUTUMN FAYRE !!!

TCHT is looking for volunteers to help out with the Autumn Fayre, back by popular demand at Mahorall Cider Farm, on the 20th od September, this year themed on the past industries of Clee Hill. TCHT are seeking volunteers to help deliver this exciting event. If you would like to be invloved please contact TCHT HERE.
All volunteeers will receive complimentary tickets to the day and evening party, gig, thing.

The Novers Historical Research

TCHT is researching the history of the Novers Limeworks. If anyone has information and or images relating to The Novers Limeworks, earlier than the 1970's, please contact TCHT HERE

TCHT Autmn Fayre | Ferstival of Past Clee Hill Industry

@ Mahorall Cider Farm on Saturday - September 20 - 2014 at All Day

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Titterstone Clee Hill named on the "The Mappa Mundi".

Titterstone Clee is unique in being the only named hill to be shown on the 14th century map of the world "The Mappa Mundi" preserved in the library of Hereford Cathedral.

Mappa Mundi clip

The aim of the Titterstone Clee Heritage Trust is to put Titterstone Clee back into it's rightful place.

By raising public awareness of it's rich natural history and heritage.

The Aims of Titterstone Clee Hill Heritage Trust.

To conserve and enhance Titterstone Clee Hill and its surrounding environs, its heritage, history, flora and fauna, geology and substantial cultural remains

To make known to the people of Shropshire visitors to Shropshire and the nation at large the unique nature of Titterstone Clee and its features of special archaeological, geological, historical and natural historical interest

  • Litter-pick July 2010 »
    Litter pick organised by Chris Neal of The Clee Hill Commoners Association with Heidi Steel of Street Scene. A joint event between The Commoners Association, Shropshire Council, AONB, TCHT, Clee Hill Village Forum & Shropshire Wildlife Trust.