Tilshead Village Image Gallery

The Gallery utilises the jQuery all-in-one gallery (see Copyright Notice below). The top row of thumbnail images, can be scrolled left and right by positioning the mouse at the left or right of the line (between the red arrows). You can then click on any image to see the full size below. The image number is also displayed.

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The Gallery 2010

Diamond Jubilee Celebrations Album

Adrian Kyte's Tilshead Photo Albums

Bet Druce's Tilshead Photo Albums

Anita Mundy's Tilshead Photo Album

St. Thomas à Becket Church & Churchyard

Tilshead Memorials

Tilshead Village Scenes



Diamond Jubilee Photo Albums Diamond Jubilee Photo Album

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Photo Gallery(18 images)



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Adrian Kyte Photo Albums Adrian Kyte's Photo Albums

The honour of being the oldest Tilshead family definitely belongs to the Kytes. They first appear in the Church Register in 1662 when William Kyte's son, Matthew, was baptised. Brian and Richard, sons of James and Sally, are the twelfth generation of their family to live in Tilshead. Their grandfather, David who sadly passed away in 2009, and his brother Bernard, have been lifelong supporters of the Baptist Chapel; and the family continue to farm land around the village as their ancestors did - though now as tenants of the Ministry of Defence.

Many of their relatives have, of course, moved away over the years, quite a number - and it is rumoured not all voluntarily - to Australia where there is reported to be a very large tribe of Kytes. The family is also, not surprisingly, closely connected to other village families. For example, Adrian's mother, Elsie Kyte, (widow of Sydney Kyte, another descendant of the original William),who sadly passed away in 2000, was before her marraige Elsie Potter. (Extract from The Tilshead Tatler, June 2000, Editor Bill Perry; with minor updates).

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Tilshead 1961-1963         (54 images)

Tilshead 1964-1969 Part 1(40 images)

Tilshead 1964-1969 Part 2(34 images)

Family Album Part 1        (40 images)

Family Album Part 2        (33 images)

Old Tilshead Part 1         (55 images)

Old Tilshead Part 2         (56 images)

Young Adrian                (46 images)



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Bet Druce Photo Albums Bet Druce's Photo Albums

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Tilshead Memories Part 1(17 images)

Tilshead Memories Part 2(22 images)

Tilshead Memories Part 3(29 images)



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Anita Mundy Photo Albums Anita Mundy's Photo Album

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Photo Gallery(12 images)



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Church and Church Yard Photo Albums St. Thomas à Becket Church & Churchyard

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Tilshead Memorials Photo Album Tilshead Memorials

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Tilshead Village Scenes Photo Albums Tilshead Village Scenes Photo Albums

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Celebrating Colin Mills

31 March 2009 marked the end of an era.  The County Council of Wiltshire acquired Unitary Council status, and Salisbury District Council took its place in the history books.  This change in Local Government meant the loss of many local politicians, good and true.  To us, here in Tilshead, we lost the expertise and advice of Colin Mills, who had been our District Councillor for 14 years.

At its Annual Meeting in February 2009, the Tilshead Parish Council presented Colin with a small gift in appreciation of his long and unstinted service to the Parishioners of Tilshead. (Photographs by Barry Hillier).

Colin Mills(6 images)

Village Scenes

Tilshead Village(5 images)



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Image Gallery: The content, images and subsequent pages are the copyright of The Tilshead Parish Council, its residents or, where appropriate are used on licence from the owner.  All rights are reserved and asserted.  Every reasonable effort has been made to contact the relevant copyright owners but in some instances this has not been possible.  If you have any queries regarding any of the images used in this site, please let us know.

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