John O’Gaunt’s dress of 500 poppies

Hungerford students made a wedding dress completely out of nearly 500 remembrance poppies to remember those left ...

Then and Now – Images of the Kennet Valley

Thatcham Photography Club is looking for images of places in the Kennet Valley. Such images are often found on old ...

Bluebird Care helps the local community celebrate Silver Sunday

Bluebird Care Hook and Kingsclere, a local provider of at home and live-in care based in Kingsclere Park, celebrated ...

Blue Plaque commemorates Newbury’s first female mayor

Newbury Town Council is pleased to announce the unveiling of its eighth blue plaque which will commemorate Elsie ...

Rising Cricket Star Lauren Bell

Rising cricket star Lauren Bell grew up in Hungerford, attending Hungerford Primary School before going on to St ...

Brendoncare: The Heart Has No Wrinkles

Have you ever looked at an older person and wondered what they were like before they got old? Have you ever ...

Interview with High Sheriff Sarah Scrope

The Office of High Sheriff is a Royal appointment and it is the oldest continuous secular Office in the United ...

Penny Post Interview – Lauren and Ollie at The Wheatsheaf

On 24 November this year, Ollie Hunter and Lauren Bransby will celebrate two years of running The Wheatsheaf in ...

Penny Post recently managed to have a quick chat with Hungerford Town Councillor Rob Brookman, dashing from one ...

It was a pleasure to talk to Hungerford’s new Mayor Keith Knight this week and find out what inspired him to ...