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  • North Wessex Downs AONB Annual Forum

    Tuesday, 18 October 2016.

    Next Wednesday, 19th October, The North Wessex Downs Forum is being held at the Fieldgate Centre in Kingsclere from 9am and all are welcome. The theme of this year's forum is Dark Skies and Light Poll...

    Free trees for Hungerford?

    Monday, 25 November 2013.

    To mark the start of the winter tree planting season and National Tree Week, The Woodland Trust is offering packs of trees completely free of charge to community groups, youth clubs and schools ...

    Freeman’s Marsh

    Tuesday, 16 April 2013.

    Four years ago the Trustees of the Town & Manor of Hungerford launched a long term programme of conservation with active and financial support from Natural England, Environment Agency and West Berks Council...

    Landscape and Biodiversity

    Monday, 15 April 2013.

    Hunger Environmental Action Team aims to preswerve and enhance the biodiversity of the Hungerford area. Landscape and Biodiversity Our aim is to re-establish the connection between Hungerford and ...

    Wildlife safari in Hungerford

    Thursday, 07 August 2014.

    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....

    Be a food waste champion

    Monday, 25 November 2013.

    7 million tonnes of food and drink thrown away in a year. Each household averagely discards 110kg of food each year. Waste food costs the UK economy £12.5bn a year – and the damage to the environme...

    HEAT

    Tuesday, 16 April 2013.

    Hungerford Environmental Action Team...
    Wine and dine at Blandy’s this weekend
    Blandy’s bistro is famous for its exquisite dining experience and diverse, seasonal menu.

    A frightful week of Half term fun at Cobbs
    This half term Cobbs Farm Shop and Play Barn are offering a little bit extra with non-stop entertainment for all the family.

    Viva las Donnington Grove
    Set your soul on fire next month with an evening of entertainment from the King himself featuring authentic tribute band Elvis in Trouble who offer the ultimate Las Vegas experience.

    The Fairy Godmother of travel
    As Fare Wise Travel celebrate 25 years in business, we meet with MD Veronica Bailey to find out the secret behind their success.

    Free collection for your bike service
    Keeping your bike roadworthy has to be a priority throughout the year, so after a fantastic summer season, Banjo Cycles of Newbury are offering a free pickup service for bike maintenance in Hungerford area this September.

    A warm welcome this winter
    This winter transform your home with the natural warmth and comfort of a real log burner.

    A cruise for me, free for you!
    Fancy experiencing a cruise and bringing your loved one for free?

    A brand new local jobs board
    Hungerford TOWNSITE™ is well established as a conduit for local people featuring news, events, attractions and special offers and NOW we've added a LOCAL JOBS BOARD to our already successful mix. This comprehensive section aims to connect with local job hunters in a friendly and more engaging way

    Getting to know you… Cobbs, much more than a farm shop
    As you walk into Cobbs newly refurbished and extended café, it’s easy to see why this business is thriving.

    #2 laid back honeymoon ideas 2018
    Pick an idyllic spot in the Mediterranean, combine it with panoramic coastal walks, snorkeling and beautiful turquoise waters to make it a perfect honeymoon!

    Luxury honeymoon on a budget
    Are you getting married over the Christmas period in 2018? Fare Wise Travel are offering an exclusive 7-night winter beach-chillout honeymoon with an all-inclusive luxury package.

    18 idyllic championship holes
    Once considered the preserve of retired bank managers, the game of golf has been re-branded for a new generation and not only now has mass appeal, but in certain quarters is even considered quite groovy

    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.

    Compared to many towns, Hungerford High Street is in good shape. It is better now than it has been for years...

    Walking in the beautiful areas of outstanding natural beauty in and around Hungerford is a very special experience.

    Next time you visit Littlecote House keep a wary eye out for ghosts. That black dog you see on the stairs may not be all it seems!

    Enjoy your visit and don't foget to let us know how it went