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© Constable and Trustees of the
Town & Manor
of Hungerford

Website services for
the Town & Manor
of Hungerford
by Hugh Pihlens

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The Fishery
Hungerford Fishery has 5 miles of private fishing along the chalk streams of the rivers Kennet and Dun.

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Wildlife & Conservation
A key part of the work of the Town & Manor. Follow this for more...

 

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Church Croft
The Church Croft is the most ancient part of Hungerford - the original village green.

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Historical Archive
Follow this link to see the collection of documents and photographs kept by Robert James over many years.
(Held on the Hungerford Virtual Museum website)

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The Common and
Freeman’s Marsh

Two valuable areas of common land including important wildlife conservation areas.

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Hiring the Town Hall
Follow this link for all you need to know about hiring part or all of the Town Hall complex.

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Special Events on The Common and Marsh.
There are lots of events, (mostly free!) - click here for details.

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Hungerford Marsh
Nature Reserve

The Town & Manor has acquired (Feb 2015) Hungerford Marsh - about 28 acres of SSSI chalk stream river and wildlife habitat to the east of Freeman’s Marsh.
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John o’Gaunt Inn
The property has been owned by the Town & Manor since at least 1617. It has been an inn since c1819.

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Hungerford Marsh
Nature Reserve

About 28 acres of SSSI chalk stream river and wildlife habitat to the east of Freeman’s Marsh.

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The Town & Manor Today
All about the management of the estate, and Charitable funding. More...

All correspondence and enquiries regarding the
Town and Manor of Hungerford should be via:

Mrs. Sylvia Breadmore,
Clerk to the Town &  Manor and Liberty of Sanden Fee
Town Hall, Hungerford, Berkshire  RG17 0NJ
Telephone: 01488 685081
e-mail: admin@townandmanor.co.uk

Hocktide 2016
Follow this link for the schedule of events.

What’s New or Updated?
Town & Manor historical archive
Go Batty! - a free public event on 25 Aug 2016
The new Town & Manor Property Map (May 2016)
Fishery pre-Season Newsletter 2016
Results of Bird Ringing Survey, 2015
Meetings diary for 2016