Community Magazine for Ticknall, South Derbyshire, UK
Nestling in its own grounds at the heart of the village, Ticknall Village Hall is a popular meeting place for local groups and
There are so many alternative routes in the area around Ticknall that it is not easy to decide which particular route to take.
Ticknall’s name was derived from its landscape setting and land use. The first syllable ‘tic’ reflects the pastoral economy of the time, showing
We started in 2010 with a ‘Your Heritage’ grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund over 3 years, to investigate the archaeology of Ticknall’s
Ticknall Luncheon Club was started by Mary Magson in September 2008 and has been running successfully since. It has proved to be extremely
Visitors to Ticknall are most welcome to attend the meetings of the Ticknall Preservation & Historical Society held on the last Friday of
Gardeners like nothing better than browsing through a tempting new catalogue crammed full of colourful plants; some dependable traditional varieties but often something