• Schools

  • School is out 007 style

    Wednesday, 30 July 2014.

    They leave school licenced to be brill. Going out in 007 style were this year’s John O’Gaunt year 11 school leavers at their James Bond themed event held at Newbury Manor. Dressed to kill, the ...

    Tutti Day 2014

    Friday, 09 May 2014.

    This year’s Tutti Day ‘wenches’ were selected from John O’Gaunt school. Their job was to accompany the Tutti Men and Orangeman around the town all day on Tutti Day – they are (left to righ...

    Junior JOG school reporters cover Tutti Day

    Friday, 09 May 2014.

    Young reporters form John O’Gaunt’s news team joined local and national press to create their own news article about Tutti-day. Hungerford Townsite is delighted to publish their story....

    Education in Hungerford - Governors’ statement

    Tuesday, 28 January 2014.

    The future of schools in Hungerford has caused some speculation and controversy recently. As Hungerford Townsite’s aim is to report information and fact rather than hearsay or opinion and to reflect...

    “It’s a £3M good news story”

    Thursday, 28 November 2013.

    Hungerford Townsite talks to district councillor James Podger about the future for the town’s schools… As plans to invest an overall £3m to turn John O’Gaunt school into an ‘all-through’ ...

    National anti-bullying campaign in action at John O'Gaunt School

    Friday, 22 November 2013.

    The national anti-bullying at school and online campaign is in full action at John O'Gaunt school where a series of assemblies on the subject will be followed up by special tutor and discussion grou...

    Hard work and preparation – that’s show-biz

    Monday, 18 November 2013.

    John O'Gaunt school's performance of Roses of Eyam was four months in the making from early auditioning and readings, through last minute rehearsals. ...

    ‘Roses’ bloom at John O'Gaunt school

    Monday, 18 November 2013.

    Five months, a company of 24, one director, one producer and one technician – all these add up to a blooming success for the John O' Gaunt school production of challenging plague play. See the photo-rushes here…...
    A Valentine’s to remember at Donnington Grove
    Enjoy a romantic meal for two at Donnington Grove this Valentine’s day, in the stylish backdrop of the newly refurbished Beau’s Bar & Restaurant.

    Your next mountain is waiting in 2019 – try trekking in Nepal
    Booking now for Spring and Autumn 2019, Fare Wise Travel offer the epitome of physical endurance and spiritual enlightenment with bespoke Himalayan adventures.

    The ultimate lifetime trip: Canada
    Canada is a country of immense beauty and diversity. A destination that is best enjoyed over a few weeks, you can experience spectacular wildlife and stunning scenery whilst taking in historic towns natural parks and deluxe resorts

    No excuse not to keep fit this winter
    Do you find that the winter shroud of darkness just makes you retreat to the warmth and comfort of your home

    No ordinary school run… in the MINI Cooper 5 Door Hatch
    Raising children is a constant merry-go-round of getting people to the right places at the right time with all the required paraphernalia: school bag, check, lunch box, check, homework, check.

    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.

    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.

    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