Charitable Organisations

The Bruce Trust

The Bruce Trust

Age Concern

Almshouses Association U.K.

Alzheimers Society West Berkshire Branch

British Legion Welfare

Burchett Trust (for benefit of Hungerford Disabled)

Careers Springboard West Berkshire

Children in Distress

Christian Aid - Hungerford

Commumity Furniture Project

Friends of Hungerford Surgery

Hungerford Friends of Cancer Research UK

Hungerford Stoke Care Rehab Group

Independent Age

K & A Canal Trust Bookings Rose of H'ford Canal Boat

Kennet & Avon Canal Trust Devizes

Mobility Trust

R.O.A.B. John O'Gaunt Lodge


St. John Ambulance Brigade

Trustees of Croft Hall - bookings-

Home-Start West Berkshire

Home-Start West Berkshire

Across the UK more than 16,000 Home-Start volunteers visit families at home each week, supporting parents in situations as diverse as isolation, bereavement, multiple births, illness, disability or who are just finding parenting a struggle. They provide non-judgemental practical and emotional support and help build the family’s confidence and ability to cope.


Benevolent Association of Hungerford Lodge No 4748

Benevolent Association of Hungerford Lodge No 4748

The Hungerford Lodge of Freemasons raises money purely from within the Masonic community. We do not collect money from members of the public but we regularly give to causes within the local community. Over the last 5 years the Hungerford Lodge Benevolent Association has donated over £25,000 to local and national non-Masonic charities.

Only the National Lottery gives more money to charitable causes than UK Freemasons!

Noreen's kids

Noreen's kids
Aldbourne’s fun run is back
Dust off your running shoes and get ready for the annual Aldbourne 5k run

Afternoon tea, Pimm’s for me!
Blandy’s bistro are renowned for their extraordinary afternoon tea. It is a banquet affair with a selection of delicate finger sandwiches, homemade scones with tiptree preserve and clotted cream along with a variety of homemade cakes.

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.