Hungerford Townsite visitors up 100%

Hungerford Townsite celebrated its first year on-line with site traffic doubled! Over 6,200 visitors came to the site in December, up from 3,000 hits the previous year.

Visitors were able to pick up event details as well as browse the coverage of the Christmas lights and

Victorian Extravaganza.  Our Christmas Gift Guides were popular too again and several charitable events were given coverage.

We are very grateful to all our users who made up the 50,000 visits we saw in 2014 and as always we welcome your comments ...

On 14th February the Sun Inn are hosting a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner and dance featuring former Rubettes lead singer Paul Da Vinci who as well as singing your favourite seventies hits (Sug...
Freedom of the Town Award – 2015 Each year Hungerford town council runs the Freedom of the town Award to ‘promote good citizenship by recognising those in our midst who by their actions and dem...
Many of us long to get fit in the new year but are turned off by the thought of going to a gym with all those terrifyingly toned people. For a fun way to get healthy and make new friends into the ba...
There are few things more rewarding than rummaging through a pile of jumble and coming up with a gem. Bargain-hunters are in for a treat over the coming weeks with two jumble sales taking place on t...
After almost 90 years at the heart of the Hungerford community, the Hungerford Lodge is to move to the Newbury Masonic Centre. The Lodge has used the Town Hall and Corn Exchange for its meetings since...
Dubbed locally as ‘the Bond Street of Berkshire’, Bridge Street is the upscale gateway to the Hungerford retail experience . The couple of hundred yards between the A4 and the bridge over the K...
One of the beautiful tree-lined paths at Littelcote. Ramsbury – Littlecote – Ramsbury Walking in the beautiful areas of outstanding natural beauty in and around Hungerford is a very special ex...
Hungerford is a small historic town located in the midst of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and yet it is only 4 miles from the M4 and has a direct rail link to London....
Hungerford is internationally famous for being a beautiful place to visit and, as it sits at the centre of the North Wessex Downs, it is in a beautiful location too....
"The best Extravaganza I've ever seen and I've lived in Hungerford all my life" said one happy resident. All the images and videos from a fantastic eveing...
And the famous Christmas lights of Hungerford sparkle again. ...
Book tours, readings and promotional events are a necessary evil for authors trying to publicise their work, but bestselling novelist Rachel Joyce seemed in good spirits when she spoke to a packed ...
Micky Thompson’s prizewinning photo ‘A Golden Pear’ With nearly 300 photographs from 28 club members, this year’s 27th annual exhibition from Hungerford Camera Club attracted over 300 visitor...
They are like small, fresh water lobsters. They came from America, imported for the restaurant trade and now the invaders, American Signal Crayfish have become a bit of a plague in our rivers ...
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Lily, a much loved white and tabby cat, usually lives with her owners on the road between Hungerford Newtown and Chilton Foliat but sadly went missing on the 6th of September last year from near her home...

After spending a training day with Newbury Building Society, a group of year 6 pupils from Hungerford Primary School are setting up their own branch in school

Bravely wading where others fear to tread, a group of children, including cubs form 1st Hungerford scouts, have been on safari across Freeman's Marsh.