© 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.

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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Seeking a Chief Executive and Clerk

The Town and Manor of Hungerford, one of England's most historic charities, wishes to appoint its first full-time Chief Executive and Clerk. The Trustees of the Town and Manor of Hungerford are responsible, on behalf of the residents of Hungerford, for the management and administration of the land and buildings in the ownership of the charity and for the support of local initiatives.

As the Charity's most senior employee, this post requires an experienced administrator to take responsibility for the day to day running of the Town and Manor's business, its financial affairs and staff. An essential requirement will be excellent communication and interpersonal skills, together with the ability to work unsupervised and with initiative to move the charity forward.  Applicants should have experience of land and buildings management and ideally have worked in a charity or in the public sector.

An ability to work flexible hours will also be necessary; it is expected that the Chief Executive and Clerk will live within easy travelling distance of Hungerford.

For a full Job Description please email by 14th November 2016
Mrs Sylvia Breadmore,
Clerk to the Town and Manor

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

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

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

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

Hocktide 2016
Follow this link for the schedule of events.

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)

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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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.
Follow this for more...

The Common and
Freeman’s Marsh

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

The overhead Cables on the Common are now underground!
Read the press release.

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

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