One of our most important roles is caring for large stretches of land and rivers, rich in natural wildlife and biodiversity.
The Town & Manor of Hungerford is the guardian and protector of 400 acres of land, 5.3 miles of river and 3.2 miles of canal, which include: Hungerford Common, about 200 acres, Freeman’s Marsh, about 90 acres, Harvey’s Meadow, about 30 acres, Hungerford Marsh Nature Reserve 28 acres, stretches of the rivers Kennet and Dun and sections of the Kennet & Avon Canal.
The Hungerford fishery comprises five miles of excellent private fishing along the chalk streams of the River Kennet and River ...Read More
One of our most important roles is caring for large stretches of land and rivers, rich in natural wildlife and ...Read More
The Town & Manor works closely with Natural England regarding Commons and Land Management. The photo shows Natural England Officer ...Read More
Freeman's Marsh 2012 bird nesting season It's now several years since the Trustees of the Town & Manor of Hungerford launched ...Read More
Come and see a demonstration of bird ringing in Freeman’s Marsh. Wildlife is one of the key aspects of the ...Read More