Titchfield'S answer to the Bayeux Tapestry is back on show at Fareham's Westbury Manor Museum due to popular demand.

The six embroidered and stitched panels depicting 1,500 years of Titchfield life proved a big hit when they were first exhibited at the museum in 2001.

Following requests for the exhibition to be shown again staff arranged for the tapestries to be borrowed from Titchfield Parish Rooms where they are permanently housed.

The tapestries were made by the people of Titchfield to celebrate the new millennium. Pictured above is museum curator Julie Biddlecombe with one of the tapestries.

The display runs until March 1. Admission to the museum is free.