Hungerford Women’s Institute was formed in 1931.We are an active institute and membership enables you to make new friends and have fun and enjoy a varied programme with interesting speakers and demonstrations. Extra activities during the month are a planned walk and two book groups and a craft meeting when requested.

Members support and help with town events including the Town Show, HADCAF, and the Flower Festivals.

Membership will give you the opportunity to make your voice heard by participating in campaigns and projects concerning issues at local, national and international level. Climate Change, WI Carbon Challenge, Food Waste, End Violence against Women are a few.

Interested! Come along to a meeting.

When: First Wednesday of every month starting at 7.30 P.M. with the exception of January when the date and venue may be changed to avoid the New Year holidays.

Where: The Croft Hall (along Church Street, past Fire Station and turn right into Croft Road. The hall is directly in front of you ). Google map here.

Details of the monthly meetings are displayed along with a current programme and contact numbers on our notice board under the Railway Bridge in the centre of town.

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.