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The Hungerford Historical Association was formed in 1979, and about ten talks each year have been presented at the monthly meetings. A full record of talks given to the HHA is available on their website

Some of these are available in transcribed form using the links below:

- Lost Charters of Hungerford, by Robert James

- Talk on Hungerford 1937, by John Allen

- "Oliver Cromwell - God's Englishman", by John Parry, Feb 2012

The HHA Archive also holds the following records on talks:

Buildings in Bridge Street - Write-up & photos T79
Buildings Group: High Street (West) T80
5 Althea's T80
25 Spackman's T80
31 The Old Savings Bank T80
32 The Old Congregational Manse T80
33 Wilton House T80
34 (Bruce Mayhew) T80
Buildings Group: High Street (East) T81
85/86 Low's, Week's:(Cruck Cottage) T81
107 Brading Cryer T81
109/110 Hants & Berks Est Agent T81
111 Roger King Antiques T81
113 The Plume T81
114 Hamptons Estate Agents T81
115 Emma Jane Boutique T81
117 Three Swans Hotel T81
118 Lloyd's Bank T81
119 Natwest Bank T81
120 Bennet's T81
121 Gateway Stores T81
122 Rayner's Optician T81
123 Inklings T81
124 Barnaby's Bakery T81
125 The Pharmacy T81
126 Post Office T81
127 Wessex House T81
128 Faringdon House T81
129 Betty Munford's T81
130 College House T81
131/132 The Bridge, Bridge Gdns T81
The Somme, 1918 – The Kaiser's Battle, - Clive Priestley T88
Aldbourne - A Downland Community - Andrew Sewell T82
Archaeology, Undy's Farm - Steve Ford T82
Beyond the Bench, Daphne Priestley, OBE DL (Apr 2003) T88 & T89
Church Life in 19th Century Hungerford - Rev. Alec McGuire T82
Civil War in the Newbury Area - Thora Morrish T82
Constables Accounts 1658-1737 – Eric Bunt T82
Estates Around Hungerford - Pat Gray T82
Great Fire of Hungerford – Norman Hidden T88
Hint of Heraldry, Dr Lois Pihlens, (Feb 2004) T88
Historic Gardens in and Around Berkshire - Dr. Christopher Thacker T82
Hopgrass Farm House - Fred Whitby T83
Hungerford Area before the Norman Conquest - O. Moffatt, Anne Gresham Cook T83
Hungerford Poor Law - A. Kew & Betty Clark T83
Hungerford Railway Station - John Allen T84
Hungerford in 1937 - John Allen T84
Hungerford 1840-1850 - Fay Morgan T84
Hungerford Schools, Dr Lois Pihlens (Jan 1992) T88
Hungerford Volunteer Fire Brigade - Donald Macey T84
John of Gaunt - Mr F. Bailey T85
Kennet & Avon Canal - Jack Dalby T85
Law & Order in Berkshire - Peter Southern T85
Leper House in Hungerford - Norman Hidden T85
Medicine, History of - Dr. H. Pihlens T86
Methodism in Hungerford - Rev.Roland Desch T82
Mrs Thatcher, General Galtieri and the Efficiency of Whitehall – Clive Priestley CB T86
Nelson – A Thoroughly Modern Man T88
Old Catholic Families of Berkshire - Mr. Tony Hadland T87
Post Offices in H'ford - Dr. Lois Pihlens T87
Quarter Sessions 1760-86 -Michael Blakeway T87
Restoration of the King's Privy Garden, Hampton Court Palace – Tom Wright T87
Ridgeway - Maurice Mendoza T88
Rise of Non - Conformity in West Berkshire - Thora Morrish T88
Royal Visits to Hungerford – Pat Gray T87
Silk Industry in W. Berks - Thora Morrish T88
Social History of Narrowboats, Peter Jordan (Sep 2003) T88
Town & Manor Personalities, 1840-1850 - Tilley Hunt T88
Wallingtons, Kintbury – Piers Dunn T88