Bridge Street

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 Kennet and Avon Canal are a shopping heaven, offering a horizontal department store of specialist independent retailers whose range and

quality of products are the perfect response to an increasingly anodyne British high street.

The logical place to start any good buying campaign is The Bear Hotel , where for £2.50 you can park for three hours and gird your loins with one of their excellent coffees or lunches..

With Hungerford abuzz with much high-viz jacketed, cherry picker and wheel barrowing activity over the past weeks the final touches are now being carefully and lovingly applied in readiness for Sund...
Hungerford’s famous, fabulous festive Victorian Extravaganza, now celebrating its 23rd fantastic year, will all happen on Friday December 12th, starting at 5.00pm and running until 9.00 with a gra...
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 ...
Tickets are now on sale for Hungerford Theatre Company’s exciting production of Whistle Down the Wind, to be performed at the Arlington Arts Centre at Mary Hare School on Friday December 5th (7.30pm...
Hungerford Townsite will of course be covering all the Christmas events throughout the coming season. So to kick-off with, here are a few important dates for your seasonal diary...
An online auction featuring items including a One Direction autographed tour programme, two West End play tickets and a tour of the BBC’s Broadcasting House is to be held in support of John O’Gaun...
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...
Plans for this year’s seasonal partying perfection are being revealed by Mercure Newbury Elcot Park hotel. It all starts with a marvellous Mistletoe Masquerade parties and includes a series of Part...
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 ...
Hungerford Food Festival 2014 attracted a tempting and sumptuous selection of foods together for one splendid event. From Olives and Things to cheeses by the truckle load, beautiful breads cried...
The crowds came, the weather smiled, more than 40 food producers displayed their delicious wares, cooks demonstrated their skills, samples and morsels were eagerly accepted and the bands played wonde...
The 205 km stage six of the 2014 Tour of Britain raced through Hungerford on its way from Bath to Hemel Hempstead – and Hungerford came out in crowds to cheer the cyclists on their high-speed way. T...
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....
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....
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Hungerford Town FC slipped to eighth spot in the Southern League premier division after suffering a 2-1 loss to 13th placeholders Cambridge City in a stormy match at guest ground Histon.

The future of John O’Gaunt’s sixth form will be discussed in an informal open meeting at the school on Monday, November 10th at 6.00pm.

Could you be the new chair for North Wessex Downs AONB? If you love our countryside, if you want to conserve and enhance its beauty then a new vacancy as chair person might be just the job.

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.