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Hungerford Townsite, review and preview

TOWNSITE has become the go-to destination for everything local. Its unique mix of local and visitor information, with the emphasis on promoting and supporting local businesses, has proved to be a winning formula. 2017 looks set to be our best year yet, as we continue to build the TOWNSITE brand

by working in collaboration with our commercial partners to extend its reach and engagement on our flagship Hungerford website.

Since our launch in in 2013, we have continually strived to improve the site...

 

 Mothering Sunday - Make a day of it
For most of us, giving our mothers a bunch of flowers and a card or taking her down the pub for lunch equals duties discharged and the woman we are supposedly celebrating will likely as not, still s...
 The Wild Other comes to Hungerford
Writer, broadcaster, journalist and mother of five, Clover Stroud will be talking about her memoir, The Wild Other, in an exclusive event at the Hungerford Town Hall on Wednesday 29th March, 7.30pm-9p...
 Come together
Bridging the Disconnect in the Hungerford Business Community Townsite has spent the six weeks since the start of 2017 canvassing members of the business community in Hungerford for their views on t...
 Local boy taking film into the future
Hungerford's very own auteur, Drew Casson, has been making waves in the world of film ever since he started messing around with a camera and posting films on YouTube at the age of twelve. Now 22, D...
 Post Office to close
It is a tale of our times and last week it was announced that the latest Post Office to close will be in Martin's newsagents on the High Street when the store's current lease expires on 21st April. A ...
 Benyon helps to banish the blues
Always a staunch and vocal advocate for mental health provision, West Berkshire's MP Richard Benyon recently attended the launch of Brighter Berkshire, a community-led initiative to make 2017 the Year...
 Your Library is about so much more than books
Judging from the amount of community activity going in Hungerford Library, the council are going to have a hard time justifying its closure in their next round of swingeing cuts.   Traditionall...
 Why live in Hungerford?
Those of us who live here don't have to think twice, we love it and, you've had a job to persuade us to go elsewhere. It's good, comfortable living with a touch of class. But if you were say, consid...
 Is now a good time to sell my house?
It's the 64 million dollar question and one which solicits a variety of answers depending on the source, but there is broad consensus around a few key facts. Brexit definitely heralded a slowing dow...
 The Resolutions Revolution
Many of us make doomed resolutions for the New Year; we are going to get fit, join a gym or give up smoking and swearing. We all know that these bold promises made to ourselves rarely come to fruit...
 Final images from a fabulous evening
As the fireworks approach at 9pm with the crowd moving to the canal bridge and the Croft Green to watch here are some more faces in the crowd from tonight's exceptional Extravaganza....
 Here comes the parade
With added extras to mark the 25th anniversary, Santa pulled by his two horses and a Victorian bus amongst them, the parade paraded and was broadcast live on the Townsite Facebook Events Hungerford pa...
 A cracking evening cracks on!
More images from this evening's extraordinary Extravaganza. A massive crowd enjoying what's turning out to be one of the best to date....
 25th Victorian Extravaganza full steam ahead
The 25th Hungerford Victorian Extravaganza was opened this evening at 5pm by organiser Neil Marney and Mayor Martin Crane....