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ELLIE DICKINS’ BIG SALE

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ungerford’s Ellie Dickins Shoes starts its big sale today, (Friday, December 28) with masses of boot and shoe bargains. Ellie Dickins Shoes are at 97 High Street, Hungerford and they are open Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm and Sundays

December 30, Jan. 13 and 27, 11am to 3pm. See advertisement BELOW. *If your business plans a sale in January, The Adviser will be pleased to help you. Please email adviser@universal-press. co.uk or phone 01488 682328. We are open throughout the holiday period.

New Year’s Eve With The Legendary

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Buffet from 7.30 -11.00pm - Music from 9.00 - 1.00am

Join us to celebrate the New Year - FREE ENTRY, we have a fabulous all night Buffet at just £15 pp or just dance all night to fab live music

117 High Street, Hungerford, Berkshire, RG17 0LZ. Tel: 01488 682721 www.casanova-restaurant.co.uk

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AUTOMOBILE SALES CLOCKS HANDYMAN REMOVALS STORAGE ELECTRICAL SERVICES HANDMADE FURNITURE PROPERTY &SERVICES & SERVICE The Clockmaker ....................01488 Handyman ............ 01672 684240 870314 R&K LouthProperty Removals.....................01672 513868 & SERVICE Chris Loney .......................... 01672 682277 514696 Mike MooreThe & Bradfi eld..................01488 Serv ................01488 684923 Citroen Specialist ..................01672 521053 COMPUTER SALES, SERVICE & .................................. mobile 07769 711519 RIDING Citroen ..................01672 521053 ...............................................07855 982232 HOTELS RIDING Elm TreeSpecialist Motor Company .....01672 511777 REPAIR HOTELS, PUBS, RESTAURANTS Ride Locally ..........................01488 683253 Great Shefford Auto Centre...01488 648055 Bill Premier Electrics....................01672 Bear................................01488 682512 ..........................01488 EVS...................................... 01672 540533 Baxter ..............................01488 890296 684552 The Hare..................................01488 71386 Ride Locally ROOFING SERVICES 683253 Great Shefford Auto Centre 01488 648055 SG Electrical CURTAIN MAKER 516724 The The Three Ivy House .......................01672 515333 Roofing ......................01488 71117 BARBER Services...........01672 Swans...................01488 682721 Heritage PUBS & RESTAURANTS BEAUTY THERAPY 684363 Florence Grace .....................01488 648414 IRONING JNC Roofi..............................01488 ng ..01488 648337/07771682721 597117 The Gentlemans Shop...........01488 FASHION INSURANCE Casanova Elan Beauty............................07749 219300 DANCE SCHOOL Manuella’s.............................01672 512884 ...............................................07733 213869 BOARDINGTAILORING CATTERY Bei Cappelli .......................... 01488 520514 686321 Coversure..............................0844 Palace ....................... 01488 668896 BESPOKE Elizabeth McIndoe School ....01672 LINE DANCING 2480021 Indigo MEJ Martin.............................01488 685341 Littlecopse Cattery ................01672 511488 520879 The Clothes Shop .................. 01635 47832 Tessa Hicks ...........................01672 IRONING Primavera ........................ 01488 682588 Vincent ..................................01672 DECORATING 520336 La Roofright ...............................01672 871207 BESPOKEBOOKSHOP WOODEN FLOORS David Rolls ............................01488 682953 Manuella’s.............................01672 MATHS & ENGLISH TUITION REVERSE THERAPY FENCING 512884 The Downgate ...................... 01488 682708 Whittle Woods........................08450 ...........................01488 685361 Kennet Tutors ....................... 01672 516278 The Dr. John ..................... 0870 6260100 Hungerford Bookshop............01488 552488 683480 W. AlanTalmage Archer .......................... 01672 540534 JOINERY Hare Eaton .................................01488 71386 BOARDING CATTERY ELECTRICAL SERVICES MOBILE HAIRDRESSER SCAFFOLDING BUILDING SERVICES 520879 RJ CrippsElcetrical ............................. 01488 710781 683807 Touch Hungerford Joinery ............. 01488 956199 681979 The Shears .......................... 01264 850304 Littlecopse Cattery ................01672 Ashbury ................ 01793 of Class ......................07788 O.N.C. Scaffolding ................01672 514895 CEW Builders.........................07818 FISH & CHIPS07851 794258 KITCHENS The Sun Inn .........................01488 682162 BUILDING SERVICES 233249 .............................................. MOBILITY SERVICES SHOOTING & EQUESTRIAN CEW Builders.........................07818 Chris .......................... 01672 514696 MobilityKitchen Centre.......................01380 EnterprisesSERVICES ...........01488 648820 Jeeves & Green ....................01488 233249 680703 Mr FryLoney ....................................01488 683237 Akorn ......................... 01635727555 49448 WoodlandROOFING Edward Stacey.......................01672 982232 MONUMENTAL SCULPTOR HIRE Ross Edwards .......................01672 562734 514020 ...............................................07855 FISHMONGER LINE DANCING Heritage RoofingSKIP ......................01488 71117 KG Parsons ...........................07921 255008 JM Electrical...........................01672 516661 M.J. Sly ................................01672 516797 Hills Waste Disposal .............01488 657123 SimonEdwards Thorpe .......................01672 ...................... 07775 514020 727389 The Lobster Pot Electrical ................... 01488 686770 Tessa Hicks ...........................01672 Ross Lambourn Contractors NAIL TECHNICIANS 520336 MEJ Martin.............................01488 STOP SMOKING 685341 CARPETS & CURTAINS871202 ................01488 FLORIST WITH A VAN 01488 648337 P.M. Rosier & Son. ...............01672 670116........07958 488629 Jaqueline’sMAN Nails .................. 01488 686638 MJS Must...................................... Stop Smoking................01488 644699 Simon Thorpe ...................... Premier& Electrics....................01672 NURSING SERVICES STOVES D&R Furnishers....... curtains 07775 01672 727389 513491 Martin The Magpie..............01488 890296 681062 Andy .................................... 01488 684726 Roofright ...............................01672 871207 CARPETS & CURTAINS Services...........01672 516724 Brendoncare .........................01488 684916 Sarsen Stoves SKIP Ltd.................01264 790033 ..................................carpets 01672 513492 SG Electrical FUNERAL DIRECTORS MOBILITY HIRE Dible & Roy ............ curtains 01672 513491 EQUESTRIAN SUPPLIES PAINTING & DECORATING TOOL HIRE CARPET & UPHOLSTERY01672 CLEANING Camp Hopson Funerals.........01488 686511 ............01672 511550 Hills Waste Disposal .............01488 657123 ..................................carpets 513492 Woodland Enterprises............01488 648820 Marlborough D & R RandallMobility ..........01672 539213 ............ A4 Hire ..................................01488 684584 ChemDry by Flair ................ 01635 524110 FURNISHING NURSING SERVICES STONEMASONS CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT ESTATE AGENTS .................................... / 07743 186740 TREE WORK DavidCHARTERED Owen & Co..................01672 512163 Russell 686867 Apex DJC Painting & Decorating....01672 519850 Humphries J. Hawkins Stonemasons.......01488 .............................01672 682847 870487 ACCOUNTANT Sofas &Marshall.....................01488 Stuff ........................ 0808 1783211 Care ............................ 0845 6034743 CHIMNEY SWEEP 512163 FUNERAL DIRECTORS N. Hewer 01488 684962/07766 695383 ...............................01672 539163 David Owen & Co..................01672 GARAGE SERVICES Brendoncare .........................01488 684916 Kellehers TAXIS & PRIVATE HIRE PERSONAL TRAINER Jamie ................................... 01488 648417 Camp Hopson Funerals.........01488 686511 Lasts Tree Care ....................01672 861770 Service Station .............01488 682202 Tina Connor PAINTING & DECORATING Virginia Stoves Parkes ..................... ..................... 01264 01488 790033 649908 StagGARDEN 681182 DESIGN/SERVICES ......................... 01672 562435 1st Direct Cars.......................01488 Sarsen UPHOLSTERY GARDEN DESIGN/SERVICES ..........01672 539213 ............ JD Upholstery .......................01793 CHIMNEY SWEEP TRAVEL PH Landscapes .....................01672 870113 D & R Randall PHOTOGRAPHY CHIROPRACTOR 871808 Services ........................01672 512350 Chris Caswell........................01672 810971 Farewise WATER Hungerford Healthcare TREATMENT 686858 Hungerford Gdn Machinery ..01488 684105 .................................... / 07743 186740 Brush & VacChiropractic ......................... 01488 ............ 648417 RPS Travel......................01488 Stacy Tuttle Tree ...........................01488 682440 DJC Painting PLUMBING SERVICES 519850 Soft Options ..........................01672 ...................................... 01488 683666 521123 Surgery ..... 01488 682174 & Decorating....01672 COMPUTER SALES, SERVICE TREE WORK INSTALLERS A4 Plumbing ..........................07771 511331 CHURCHES & REPAIR HungerfordGAS WINDOWS & CONSERVATORIES Landscapes .....................01672 680800 870113 Chris Ward.............................07876 PAVING Animated Co ...............01488 684552 PH Tree .....................01722 Surgery ..... 01488 682174 ENERcon...............................01488 202006 Hungerford Church onLaser the Rock ............ 01672 871420 Salisbury Glass 328985 Turner Round ...................... 0800 7834424 Hungref Pave RiteLtd............................01672 Ltd ....................... 07778 734500 COUNTRYSERVICES LIVING 519163 J Hawkins ............................ 07980 536156 CLEANING HAIRDRESSERS & HEATING Upstairs Downstairs ..............01672 541177 GAS INSTALLERS 136 517 PLUMBING PET SUPPLIESSERVICES Lasts Tree Care ....................01672 861770 Peppermint Cream ................01488 681117 Krysia Eddery........................07796 OilTec.....................................01488 The Gentleman’s Shop..........01488 684363 ENERcon...............................01488 680800 Howards Pet Care..................01488 648656 685314 CURTAIN MAKER WINDOWS & CONSERVATORIES Roberta’s ..............................01488 682888 Florence Grace .....................01672 514369 HAIRDRESSERS Hungerford Pet Shop ........... 01488 686570 Salisbury Glass .....................01722 328985 Madeline Walsh ................... 01672 871496 Ad Hoc ................................. 01488 681944 PLUMBING SERVICES YOU’RE WISER DANCE SCHOOL Edge Hair Salon ................ 17 Bridge Street A4 Plumbing ..........................07771 511331 IN Elizabeth McIndoe School ....01672 520514 Roberta’s ..............................01488 682888 PRINTED T-SHIRTS THE ADVISER Justees ................................01672 514209

SECOND “HUNGERFORD GATEWAY” PROPOSAL

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ungerford Town Council’s environment and planning committee has offered no objection to a proposal by Hungerford Garden Centre for a cafe/restaurant at the

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MEMORIES OF HUNGERFORD & THE KENNET VALLEY

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centre. The proposal discussed on Monday, involves demolition and erection of extensions and associated works. It is the second major “Hungerford Gateway” project announced within a month for the A4 Bath Road entrance to Hungerford from Newbury. Hungerford’s mayor, Cr Martin Crane told the committee meeting a survey by the garden centre showed that some 88% of clients interviewed were in favour of a cafe/restaurant at the centre.

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1919 - Election 1st time since 1913. The question of 40 houses vigorously pursued with District Council. The result was

1922 - Election resulted in the following: JW Beard, F Barnard, AG Bartholomew, AH Bingham, ES Gingell, F Jessett, BT King, A Macklin, I Mills, H New, A Piper, O Richens, L Wigglesworth. N.B. Bert King lived to be 100 and served until 1952 (30 years). Edward Gingell first elected in 1904 and continued until 1941 (37 years) a record until I was elected in 1955 and continued to 2000 (45 years).

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RECOLLECTIONS OF AN

EXCITING LIFE

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A GOLDMINE

ne result of the campaign for more open government and less unnecessary secrecy to which, I like to think that I have made some positive contribution over the years, has been the steady release of formerly secret documents into the National Archives at Kew. There, they can be consulted in special rooms provided for researchers or, more easily for oldsters like me, they can be downloaded for a modest fee on to a computer to be studied at one’s ease at home. The documents of most interest to me are those stored in the Headquarters of MI5, the Security Service, which has the official power to keep them secret as long as it likes or even to destroy them so that they will never be seen by any outsider. That power greatly assists MI5 in covering up its many blunders. However, in recent times, the MI5 chiefs, wishing to burnish their public image and needing to recruit good people, have set up a website which they enliven from time to time by announcing the release of more documents into the National Archives.. Last month they excelled themselves by releasing ten volumes of a diary which had been kept, meticulously, by a senior officer, called Guy Liddell, who was Deputy Director General of MI5 from 1945 until 1953. That was a time of great activity by Soviet agents, including the defection to Moscow of the Foreign Office spies, Donald Maclean and Guy Burgess, in 1951, and the suspicion that Kim Philby, the senior Secret Intelligence Service (MI6) officer, had been involved in it and was a spy himself as, indeed, he proved to be by defecting to Russia in 1963. Some of the situations in the diaries are tragically hilarious with Liddell recording how he had discussed the general hunt for possible Soviet spies with Philby and with Anthony Blunt, a fellow MI5 officer who was also later discovered to have been a most damaging KGB agent! For any spy buff the diaries are a treasure trove but, for me, they have

CHAPMAN PINCHER

proved to have special value because they confirm that my accounts of the betrayals, blunders and cover-ups described in my recent book, Treachery, are accurate in all respects. So much so, that a prominent Intelligence historian, who has been a ���erce critic of my work in the past, wrote to tell me that I would find the diaries to be ‘a goldmine’ as, indeed, I have. There are many revealing mentions of the activities of the MI5 officer, Roger Hollis, Liddell’s colleague, who I suspect to have been the most damaging spy of all time because he went on to become MI5’s Director General for nine years before his retirement in 1965. While in store in MI5, the Liddell diaries were given the code-name ‘Wallflowers’. Shortly before his retirement in 1965, Hollis, who had them in his safe, gave them to the MI5 officer, Peter Wright, (later infamous for his revelatory book, Spycatcher) with orders to destroy them. Fortunately, Wright, who I interviewed at length, also suspected that Hollis was a Soviet spy and decided to disobey him. On reading the diaries, one can see why Hollis wanted nobody to have access to them. The many mentions of him show, for example, how he had striven to prevent any serious examination of the spy, Klaus Fuchs, who had already given the secrets of the atomic bomb to Russia. As a result, Fuchs was able to continue his espionage from inside the atomic research station at Harwell, in Berkshire, until his exposure and imprisonment in 1950. MI5 admits that before, releasing the diaries, it has made some ‘redactions’, meaning that it has removed certain entries and names to suit its own purposes. So, my challenge now is to find out what they were.

SCHOOL TAKES MAJOR GREEN INITIATIVE

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t John’s in Marlborough has installed energy-generating solar panels on the roof of its Atrium building, saving some £2,000 in energy costs each year. The 125 Polycrystalline Silicone Photovoltaic (PV) solar panels are hidden behind a parapet on the flat roof above the Sixth Form Common Room. The system will provide 31.25 kilowatts (kw) of electricity-generating capacity, almost eight times the amount generated by a standard domestic PV array. The installation is expected to provide up to 30 000 kw/h (kilowatt hours) of electricity over a typical year. Martin Cook, St John’s Director of Logistics organised the

installation of the PVs. He explains why the system is such a positive move for the school: “One of the greatest benefits of this scheme is not just the production of free electricity; St John’s will be able to reduce its Carbon Footprint significantly through a direct reduction of our CO2 emissions of up to 15 000kg of CO2 per year. Additionally the £2,000 worth of electricity produced will provide a clear saving to our energy costs”. The installation project has been carried out as part of the British Gas ‘Energy for Tomorrow’ programme which is an independently run, non-profit organisation dedicated to developing renewable energy sources and technologies for the future. St John’s is one of 150 schools around the country that have benefitted from having the PV system installed free of charge and making use of the free energy that is generated. The Government-funded Feed-In Tariff which supports renewable energy developments is paid to the ‘Energy for Tomorrow Fund’ and is then reinvested into more exciting projects like the one St John’s has benefitted from.

COMMUNITY CENTRE BIRTHDAY

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lans were afoot to celebrate Hungerford Community Centre’s first birthday in April, Denise Gaines told Hungerford Town Council’s finance and general purposes committee recently. She reported that administration was under control and the youth club was thriving with 50 to 57 members attending in two groups on Wednesday nights. There was some concern over heating which was linked to the John O’Gaunt school system, Cr Roger Thompson reported.

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The Hungerford/Marlborough Adviser, Friday, December 28 to January 4, 2013 THE DISTRICT’S MOST UP-TO-DATE WEEKLY DIRECTORY

The Adviser, Friday, November 11 to 18, 2011

Home & Garden

Home & Garden

with the Adviser

HUNGERFORD JOINERY COMPANY LTD

PAVE-RITE LIMITED For a professionally installed high quality block paved driveway or patio please contact Andrew Scaife Mobile 07778 734500 24hr ans/fax 01264 791132 email andrew.scaife@virgin.net Over 25 years experience

All Bespoke joinery undertaken

Mark Hopkins Master Craftsman

www.hungerfordjoinery.com

Tel: 01488 681979 Mob: 07786 385291

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Hungerford

Tree Surgery & Garden Services

All aspects of Tree care, Hedge cutting & garden maintenance One off or regular visits completed with care & expertise T: 01488 682174 M: 07770 688780

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Landscapes Garden Construction Specialist Ponds • Patios • Walls • Drives • Decking • Fencing Small jobs undertaken, free quotations.

Tel: 01672 870113 Mobile: 07734 265771

ALAN ARCHER FENCING & LAND MANAGEMENT SERVICES

FULLY INSURED All work carried out to the very highest standard Email: alan.archer9@btinternet.com

Tel: 01672 540534 or 07801 239763

R.J. CRIPPS FENCING & SERVICES

All types of fencing supplied & erected. Tree lopping & pruning etc. Hedgecutting Licensed for removal of rubbish. FREE estimates. FULLY insured

FOR YOUR ENQUIRIES Ring 01488-683807 07768 400578

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0800 783 4424 / 07760 216 449

BPP

(grounds & gardens)

Contract Grounds & Garden Maintenance

0800 023 5965

Local Grounds & Garden Maintenance Service Grass Cutting, Hedging, Land Clearance, Turfing, Weeding, Leaf Clearing, Weekly / Monthly Visits, and so much more.

Local, Friendly & Competitive Service sales@bpp.uk.com WINDOWS • DOORS • CONSERVATORIES • ROOFLINE

Home improvements you can trust

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LANDSCAPING CONTRACTORS

PATIOS, WALLING FENCING, POND CONSTRUCTION, SEEDING & TURFING, HEDGE CUTTING, PRUNING AND TREE PLANTING, DRIVE CONSTRUCTION

• All trees topped, pruned & shaped • Dead & dangerous trees taken down and removed • Hedges shaped & reduced • All waste removed

The Adviser

DESIGN SERVICE AVAILABLE TEL: (01672) 540051 www.kimberbros.co.uk

01488 682328 “We get loads of work through you. We would never not advertise with you”. Chem-Dry Flair 01635 524110

HONEYSTREET SAWMILL

Sawmillers and Timber Merchants

OAK AND SOFTWOOD BEAMS

ALL IMPORTED SOFTWOOD AND BUILDING TIMBERS

Serving the community for over 60 years

A quality service based on honest values

PLYWOOD, CHIPBOARD, SKIRTING AND PREPARED TIMBER WANEY EDGED & FEATHER BOARD EDGED Full range of treated Fencing Stakes Rails and Machine turned jump poles FARM GATES & ENTRANCE GATES IN TREATED SOFTWOOD AND HARDWOOD Fence Panels, Trellis, Logs & Woodchips OPEN Mon - Fri 8-5 Sat 8-12

Tel: 01672 851565/635

Email: accounts@honeystreetsawmills.co.uk Fax: 01672 851788 HONEYSTREET, WOODBOROUGH, PEWSEY SN9 5PS

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THE ADVISER

Professional tree & hedge care with personal service. • All aspects of tree & hedge work undertaken • FREE quotes • Competitive rates • Fully insured To find out more, please:

Telephone: 07753 600 156 visit www.laststreecare.co.uk

Proprietor: Dan Last NCHA, ANC Arb

All work conforms to British Standards 3998.

J Hawkins

TREE SURGEON

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here is no need to go cold this winter. Use our Winter Warmth guide for shops and services that cater for all your winter heating requirements. Remember, you are “Wiser with the Adviser!”

&Wood stoves

Stone

Fireplaces

All aspects of tree work Hedge cutting and stump grinding Trees and hedges supplied and planted Seasoned mulch and logs available • Local Authority and Forestry Commision approved • Established 1990 • £10,000,000 liablity Mobile: 07980 536156 E: jeremy511@btinternet.com

Handmade Limestone, Marble & Bathstone fireplaces designed to your specifications. Logburning fires & stoves. Full installation. FREE QUOTES. All installations carried out by HETAS registered installers Chimney cleaning & maintenance.

Call 01488 682847 - on the edge of Hungerford Common or visit www.humphries-stonemasons.co.uk Email: christine@humphries-stonemasons.co.uk

4-5 Downview, Park Street, Hungerford, RG17 0EF www.humphries-stonemasons.co.uk

Adviser Leaflet & Insert S E R V I C E We can : Get your leaflets, inserts or brochures to over 16,000 addresses.

Wood burning Stoves Kitchen Ranges Biomass Boilers Full design and installation service Please visit our wood burning centre to view our extensive range of wood fuelled appliances

01264 850742 New Premises, New Name - Same old family service and high standards of workmanship Sarsen Energy Ltd, Unit 1, Garlands Trading Estate, Cadley Road, Collingbourne Ducis, Marlborough, Wiltshire SN8 3EB Tel: 01264 850742 Fax: 01264 850549 email: info@sarsenenergy.co.uk www.SarsenEnergy.co.uk

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GASTECH

THE INDEPENDENT GAS SPECIALISTS

For more information give us a call. Call the Adviser on 01488 682328 or email: adviser@universal-press.co.uk

FOR GAS SERVICE CALL 01793 848800

• Servicing, Repairs, Installation • Central Heating (including Combination Boilers and Warm Air)

• Landlord Safety Checks • Cookers, Fires, Water Heaters

SERVICE CONTRACT SPECIALISTS 6 Templars Way Industrial Estate, Marlborough Rd, Royal Wootton Bassett SN4 7SR

www.gastechwilts.co.uk

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What’s On

in Hungerford, Marlborough & district with The Adviser DECEMBER 2012 31: MTFC New Year Disco

1st

01488 68 11 82

JANUARY 2013 2: School Term 3 opens

Direct Cars Tuesday to Sunday. www.thelobsterpot.net Tel: 01488 686770 (ext 5) Cobbs Farm Shop, Hungerford

LITTLECOPSE BOARDING CATTERY

Licensed & Local Authority Approved purpose built modern small caring cattery

FELINE CARE - We are simply the best

Ring 01672-520879 for further details

of Hungerford

The 1st & only number you’ll ever need. www.hungerford-cabs.co.uk

KENNET TUTORS

Expert professional Coaching & Tuition by experienced local tutors in all main subjects. All ages.

CONTACT:-

CALL: 01672 810032 www.kennettutors.org.uk

ELIZABETH MCINDOE SCHOOL OF DANCING

ROYAL ACADEMY OF

DANCE

Ballet Classes for children from 3yrs. Venues: Hungerford,Marlborough,Pewsey & Ramsbury - RAD Registered Teachers

Tel: 01672 520514 E: emcindoe@btinternet.com www.lizmcdance.co.uk

For any of your catering needs call Charlotte on 07828 011 914 or for more details visit

NEXT MARKET Sunday Jan 6th

7: MEG speaker Hazel Morris 9: Hung’d WI Croft Hall 7.30pm 12: Probus - Evening Dinner 15: MEG Design to Stitch course 21: MEG Wow Day 28: MEG stitch day 31: Probus - Hidden Stories of St Pauls FEBRUARY 2013 4: MEG meet Merchants House 6: Hung’d WI Croft Hall 7.30pm 11: MEG Y.E. 15: School Term 3 closes 19: MEG Design to Stitch 25: School Term 4 opens 25: MEG Stitch Day 28: Probus -Holidays in S Amer & Antarctica MARCH 2013 4: MEG Guest Speak

5: MEG Workshop 6: Hung’d WI Croft Hall 7.30pm 11: Prize Bingo Hung’d RBL 3pm 19: MEG Design t Stitch course 25: Prize Bingo Hung’d RBL 3pm 25: MEG Stitch Day 26: MEG Y.E. 28 School Term 4 closes 28: Probus - Medicine before Health Service APRIL 2013 3: Hung’d WI Croft Hall 7.30pm 15: School Term 5 opens 16: MEG Design to Stitch course 22: MEG Wow Day 25: Probus AGM 29: MEG stitch day MAY 2013 1: Hung’d WI Croft Hall 7.30pm 24: School Term 5 closes JUNE 2013 3: School Term 6 opens JULY 2013 19: School Term 6 closes •••••••••

If you have an event for the What’s On, please contact us on

01488 682328

adviser@universal-press.co.uk

www.cateringbycharlotteanne.co.uk

The Furnishing Place Home furnishings that inspire the heart

From fine Indian Rosewood to 100 year old reclaimed Pine, you are sure to find a piece that will become a treasured family heirloom. 34a High Street, Hungerford, Berks, RG17 0NF tel: 01488 686685 www.thefurnishingplace.co.uk

CLASSIFIED £5 for 10 words plus £1 for each additional word

WINDOW CLEANING

ACS Window & cleaning services. com- LOGS for sale, £70 per load. 01488 mercial & residential. Fully insured 01488 684520 or 07770 884795 681669 mob. 07766 655093

CARPET CLEANING

AMJ AU TO S E RV I C E S

Hands-free Phone Kits Call: 01488 686611 www.amjautoservices.co.uk Mon-Fri 8.30 -17.00 Sat by Appointment Unit 6, Swan Gate, Charnham Ind Est, Hungerford RG17 0Y X

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Leverton Framers LEVERTON BUILDINGS, CHILTON FOLIAT, HUNGERFORD RG17 0TA

OVER 400 MOULDINGS IN STOCK Frame and Picture Restoration

Tel. 01488 684077

LOGS FOR SALE

Carpet Clean - Ricky Flint, established 1997. Professional, local service. Great Bedwyn 07799 215837 / 01672 871414

CURTAIN MAKER Experienced 871496

curtain

maker

01672

Ironing

Dog Grooming

IRONING - Let me do your ironing. Tel: 07751 616539

Heads to Tails, DOG GROOMING IN HUNGERFORD. 07733 156064 / 01488 682999

Handyman

garage doors

The Adviser 01488 682328

Rob handyman services your expert for home repairs Tel: 07731 392874

“I’ve never had continuity of business in 11 years like I have now in The Adviser. 50% of all my business is coming through The Adviser”. - The Adviser works for you!

Tuition Spanish classes. All levels. GCSE, A’level and IB support. Experienced teacher. Tel. 01672 871382.

Repairs, Locks, Automatic Operators, New doors, Fixquick Garage Doors, 01488 648016 www.fixmygaragedoor.co.uk

the adviser Advertise here for as little as £5. Call 01488 682328

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What’s On

in Hungerford, Marlborough & district with The Adviser

The Hare Restaurant and Bar

Ermin Street Lambourn Woodlands Berkshire RG17 7SD. Tel: 01488 71386 www.theharerestaurant.co.uk

The Plough at Shalbourne A quality country pub in a lovely setting opposite the village green. Wide selection of superb dishes complimented by great wines and beers. Traditional Sunday Lunches Wednesday Eve - Fish & Chips Special £4.00

01672 870295

Kingston Road, Shalbourne, SN8 3QF www.ploughshalbourne.co.uk – ploughshalbourne@btinternet.com

Lunch Menu Deal 2-Course meal £9.95 3-Course meal £12.95 available Monday to Friday from 12pm to 7pm

@LaPrimaveraRG17 www.la-primavera.co.uk 16 Charnham Street, Hungerford Please call us on 01488 682 588 or email info@la-primavera.co.uk

The The Clothes Clothes Shop Shop

THE

SHEARS INN

COLLINGBOURNE DUCIS - 01264 850304 Top quality food relaxed surroundings. Roaring log fire. Dogs welcome. Interesting and original menu, plus a large choice real ales and lagers.

Great choice of party dresses & accessories Telephone 01635 47832

New Year’s Eve 5 course dinner and race night

www.theclothesshopnewbury.co.uk

Open 7 days a week - Closed on Sunday evenings. info@theshears.co.uk www.theshears.co.uk

Free Street Parking - 12 Pound St Newbury RG14 6AA

THE WHITE HORSE BOOKSHOP ����������������������������

Tel: 01672 512071

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9.15am - 5pm Tuesday to Saturday -

Individual – affordable - stylish CLOTHES, BAGS, ACCESSORIES

NEW Shop!! Come and See Us! 115 High Street, HUNGERFORD 3 Kingsbury Street, MARLBOROUGH www.luna-clothing.co.uk

The Sun Inn

Hungerford (Charnham Street)

New Year’ Eve Disco 70’s - 80’s Fancy Dress *

(*or optional) No Tickets required Prize for best fancy dress on New Year’s Eve Phone 01488 682162 Bob and Sue and all the staff would like to wish everyone a Happy and Prosperous New Year

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One recent employment advert produced 20 CV’s. “You’re wiser in the Adviser!”

The Adviser

01488 682328

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Adviser Directory

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ACCOUNTANCY SERVICES

Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Sales & Service Day: 07833 750 889 Eve: 01488 684 334

BUILDING & RESTORATION Jeeves & Green Ltd West Berkshire, Wiltshire, Hampshire, Oxfordshire

Master Builder of The Year Nomination Redesign & renovation projects Alterations, conversions, extensions Fibreglass roofing, wet rooms & pools Architecture and planning service

Craftsmanship, Quality and Care Accurate estimates Detailed quotations Country Homes, Listed & Equestrian

01488 680 703 / 07917 568 158 info@jeevesandgreen.co.uk www.jeevesandgreen.co.uk

ACCOUNTANCY Home Based Professional Accountant for Limited Companies Self Employed Businesses and Self-Assessment

Friendly and Reliable Service, Tel: Virginia Parkes 01488

649908

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN & MANAGEMENT SERVICES

FRANKLIN Project Management & Design Limited

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN & MANAGEMENT SERVICES

Your most up-to-date FREE guide to shops and services in the district

BUILDING CONTRACTOR SIMON THORPE

ROSS EDWARDS

New builds, Extensions, Brickwork Roofing & General building services All work Fully insured. For a free quote call

New Buildings Extensions, Maintenance and Alterations

BUILDING CONTRACTOR

Tel. 01672 514215 Mobile 07775 727389

FLORENCE GRACE

TILING, COVING, AND COMPLETE REFURBISHMENTS

Tel. 01672 514369

ALL BUILDING WORK UNDERTAKEN • FREE ESTIMATES • FULLY INSURED • Interior & Exterior • Reliable • Professional • No job too small

HUNGERFORD: 01488 685220

CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING

DESIGN SERVICES PRINTED T-SHIRTS

Sidney Webb - Tel: 01488 683424 E: sidney.webb@hungerforddesign.co.uk

COMPUTING

THE CURTAINMAKER Top quality curtains & soft furnishings expertly made to measure. Fitting service available, free estimates, reasonable rates Period properties a speciality Please call for prompt service

CARPETS & CURTAINS by Flair Most carpets dry in 1 -2 hours • Protection service • Professional stain removal • No obligation quotations All work fully insured and guaranteed.

01635 524110

www.chemdryclean.co.uk/flair Email: lynch.paul2@sky.com

CITROEN SPECIALIST

NN

E R S HH E R SS II S

D&R

FORMERLY DIBLE DIBLE & & ROY, ROY, MARLBOROUGH MARLBOROUGH FORMERLY

CARPETS

01672 513492

FURNISHING

01672 513491

DECORATING A&D

HUNGERFORD DESIGN LTD Architectural Design Project Management & 3D Views Planning & Building Regs/ New Houses & Extensions Listed Buildings/Cottage Refurbs Free Consultation please contact:

514020

BPAINTING & G TALMAGE LTD & DECORATING

Listed Buildings, Country Houses, Refurbishments, New Build

Let people know about your service through The Adviser

Telephone 01672

CURTAIN MAKER

Planning permission & drawings Listed building approvals Building regulation approvals Project Management Schedule of Works

For further information or advice call: 01672 541405 M: 07789 692637 Email: colin@fpmd.co.uk First Consultation free

12 Thomson Way, Marlborough

BUILDING & DECORATING

MOBILE’S: 07976 917861 / 07860 940606

Specialist in

Building Contractor

FF U UR R

AIR CON

WHEN SEEKING ADVERTISING RESULTS... TURN TO THE ADVISER

Decora�ng Services CITROEN, PEUGEOT, RENAULT 25 years’ French car experience. 19 years’ on Citroen. All makes of car serviced. Excellent rates. FULLY INSURED

Tel: Mark Dunn @ Ramsbury

01672 521053 Mobile 07974379226

For All Your Decora�ng Needs

Interior & Exterior Decora�ng, Wall & Floor Tiling, Plasterboarding, Artexing & Coving Free Es�mates 01488 681778 / 01488 685049

CHIMNEY SWEEP CHIMNEY SWEEP BRUSH AND VAC Special OAP rates • All appliances Contact Jamie

T: 01488 648417 M: 07799 530217

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WHEN SEEKING ADVERTISING RESULTS... TURN TO THE ADVISER

ELECTRICAL SERVICES

Your most up-to-date FREE guide to shops and services in the district

DOMESTIC APPLIANCE PERSONAL TUITION REPAIRS

PREMIER ELECTRICS SALES & REPAIRS

ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS HERE. THE ADVISER GETS RESULTS TEL: 01488 682328

Tel: 01672 890296 01635 848691

• Guaranteed repairs to all makes of domestic appliances • Same day service • 24 hour service • OAP discounts

The Adviser 01488 682328 “I’ve never had continuity of business in 11 years like I have now in The Adviser. 50% of all my business is coming through The Adviser”. - The Adviser works for you!

£5 reduction on production of this advert

repairs@premierelectrics.co.uk

You’re wiser with The Adviser! Tel: 01488 682328

GAS INSTALLERS/ENGINEERS

ENERcon

Gas Safe Registered -185238

We carry out the service maintenance and installation Cookers Gas Fires Water Heaters Gas Boilers and systems Gas Warm Air Heaters All controls & ancillary equipment Landlord Gas Safety Inspection and Certificates System flushing and Descaling Natural Gas & I.P. Gas

We are highly experienced with over 30 years’ history, offer a very competitive service

Phone 01488 680800 Mobile 07776 242967

E-mail enercon@btconnect.com Web Site: www.ener-con.co.uk

FUNERAL DIRECTORS

FUNERAL DIRECTORS

Camp Hopson Incorporating Arthur Chivers

Independent Funeral Directors Offer a personal and complete 24 hour service

Including Horsedrawn Funerals, Pre-Paid Funeral Plans, National & International Funerals

For advice please call:

Our caring staff are here to listen and advise you, 24 hours a day.

Hungerford 01488 686830 48a High Street

HUNGERFORD

Private Chapel of Rest Pre-payment Funeral Plans Available Enquiries Welcome

(01488) 686511

90 West Street Newbury Berkshire RG14 1HA NEWBURY 01635-522210

HANDYMAN SERVICES

IRONING

CSL Handyman Services

Manuela’s Ironing

Minor electrical works, DIY Gardening, etc Fully insured and CRB Checked

Bring it in crumpled -

Professional Ironing Service

get it back flat

T: 0845 0777087 M:07704 185393

Collection & Delivery service available

email: cslsparks@gmail.com

01672 512884

KITCHENS & CABINETRY

LINE DANCING

KITCHENS, BEDROOMS & HOME STUDY CABINETRY WORKSHOP AND SHOWROOM

Newbury 01635 49448

K

3 THE PADDOCK, HAMBRIDGE RD, NEWBURY

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www.akornkitchens.co.uk

ORN ITCHENS Ltd

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**LINE DANCING** Beginners or Intermediates want to feel better, burn calories, have lots of fun?!

Try Line Dancing!!

Tel: Tessa 01672 520336

Thatcham 01635 868444

Tadley 0118 9814420

HELPING THE DISTRICT

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he Hungerford and Marlborough Weekly Advisers provide platforms for the people of the district to promote their services and wares. The Advisers are a commercial family venture offering promotional space at a price. The Adviser family works very hard to help your businesses and services and believes that in most cases service is successful. In the case of charities, we offer space at a 50% discount, bearing half the cost ourselves. We welcome input and comment on our services and regret that we are unable to provide free space other than for exceptional circumstances. For promotional space enquiries you are invited to contact adviser@universal-press.co.uk Tel. 01488 682328.

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The adviser, Friday, May 6 to 13, 2011

MOBILITY

MAN WITH A VAN

WHEN SEEKING ADVERTISING RESULTS... TURN TO THE ADVISER

Your most up-to-date FREE guide to shops and services in the district

PAINTING & DECORATING

MAN WITH A VAN House / Office Moves Garage / House Clearance Rubbish removal

D & R RANDALL

PAINTING & DECORATING SPECIALISTS

30 years experience

Robert Randall

Phone Andy on 01488 684726 mobile 07768 655136

Tel: 01672 539213 (M): 07743 186740

PLUMBING SERVICES AJS PLUMBERS of Marlborough Domestic and Commercial plumbing undertaken. 35 years experience of all aspects of plumbing

T: 01672 511064 M: 07721 329 583

Free Estimates

All types of domestic plumbing Installation & maintenance, bathrooms, en-suites, showers

Tel Hungerford: 07771 511331

PROPERTY SERVICES

PLASTERING

PAINTING & DECORATING

DAVID GILES PLASTERING

Steve Harrison

All Plastering Work carried out Coloured Render Solu�ons Repoin�ng Fully Insured m: 07825 511003 T: 01635 44205 www.gilesplastering.co.uk

Painter & Decorator 41 years established Free es�mates Fully insured

01488 684231 07979 598021

RIDING

SKIP HIRE

RIDE LOCALLY

Complete property maintenance service

01488 684923 / 07595 225077

REPAIRS, NEW WORKS, RENOVATIONS, REFITS Call R&K We take Care of It All - No job too small • Locks • Doors • Glazing • Windows • Garden Structures • Landscaping • Gates/Fencing • Decorating

ROOFING SERVICES

in beautiful countryside with Sue Acworth. Supervised rides & lessons for children & adults Long Rides & Pony Days

SKIP HIRE

www.littlehiddenfarm.co.uk

MINI SKIPS 6 TO 14 YD BUILDERS SKIPS

Tel: 01488

683253

sueacworth@gmail.com Little Hidden Farm, Hungerford Newtown

Tel 08000 751751

ROOFING SERVICES M E J MARTIN

Specialists in...

Roof Tiling, Slating, Flat Roofing, Leadwork & Exterior Refurbishment

For free estimates and professional advice call Mark Holsman on 01488-71117 or Fax 01488-71118

Specialising in ... Tiling, Slating, Flat Roofing, Lead work and all aspects of roof refurbishment. We are a fully insured company with over 20 years experience. For a free estimate & advice Office Tel/fax: 01672 871207 Mobile: 07715 836282 Email: roofright123@aol.com

Roofing, Renovation & Building Maintenance Specializing in... Leadworks, Tiling, Slating, Flat Roofing & External Building Maintenance

For free estimates & advice call Mark Martin on 01488-685341

ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS HERE. THE ADVISER GETS RESULTS TEL: 01488 682328

Advertise in the directory for as little as £15 per insert. Call 01488 682328 or email: adviser@universal-press.co.uk

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The Hungerford/Marlborough Adviser, Friday, October 19 to 26, 2012

HUNGERFORD HAS TO OFFER! BOOKSHOP The Hungerford Bookshop 24 High Street 01488 683480

HOTELS Charnham Street

GARAGE SERVICES

Stag Service Station Chilton Foliat Tel: 01488 682202 Fax: 01488 683589

Roberta of Hungerford

T: 01488 682512 F: 01488 684357

Tel: 01488 68 28 88

info@thebearhotel.co.uk

enquiries@roberta-of-hungerford.co.uk

21 Charnham Street

sales@hungerfordbooks.co.uk www.hungerfordbooks.co.uk

stagservicestation@yahoo.co.uk

www.thebearhotelhungerford.co.uk

COUNTRY LIVING

GIFTS

HOTELS

PET SUPPLIES

peppermint cream Shabby Chic

WOODLANDS LIFESTYLE

- 109 High Street – 01488 681117 www.peppermint-cream.co.uk

2 HIGH STREET TEL: 01488 686515 WWW.WOODLANDLIFESTYLE.CO.UK

Tel: 01488 682721 117 High Street

6a park Street Tel: 01488 685314 dave.steffe@googlemail.com

ADVISER

INNS

FISH & CHIPS

Mr Fry

The Sun Inn

Hungerford (Charnham Street)

T: 01488 682162

FLORIST

HAIRDRESSERS

INNS

120 High Street Tel: 01488 681062 www.martinandthemagpie.co.uk

Stunning flowers for every occasion

GARDEN MACHINERY

Tel: 01488 684105 Charnham Lane

sales@hungerfordgardenmachinery.co.uk www.hungerfordgardenmachinery.co.uk

HAIR DESIGN

THE OLD FIRE STATION, 3 CHARNHAM STREET, HUNGERFORD, RG17 0EP

DOWNGATE

Traditional Country Pub on the edge of Hungerford Common

TEL: 01488 681944

01488 682708 www.the-downgate.co.uk

HANDMADE FURNITURE

INSURANCE

4 Bridge Street Tel: 01488 684240

Kennet House, 19 High Street Tel: 0844 248 0021 hungerford@coversure.co.uk

www.mooreandbradfield.com info@mooreandbradfield.com

Best for

Hair & Beauty Roberta of Hungerford Tel: 01488 68 28 88 www.roberta-of-hungerford.co.uk

ADVERTISE YOUR BEAUTY BUSINESS HERE. THE ADVISER GETS RESULTS TEL: 01488 682328

NEW

THE EDGE

UNISEX HAIR SALON

walk-in family salon in Hungerford

Gents from £10.00 Ladies from £14.50 Bookings 01488 681927 For info text 07760 433670 follow us on Facebook at TheEdgeHair

Tel: 01488 682721 117 High Street

www.casanova-restaurant.co.uk

ADVISER

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www.coversure.co.uk/da/hungerford/index.htm

Health & Beauty Roberta

PUBS & RESTAURANT

THE

the

Magpie

Howards Pet Care Ltd

www.threeswans.net

44 High Street Hungerford 01488 683237

&

www.roberta-of-hungerford.co.uk

MIXING OLD AND NEW BEAUTIFULLY

TELEPHONE: 01488 682328 FACSIMILE: 01488 681899 EMAIL: adviser@universal-press.co.uk www.theweeklyadviser.com

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LADIES HAIRDRESSERS

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VISITING practice Jane Darby WMSCh MPS Pract . Tel. 01672 512211. ACUPUNCTURE

17 Bridge Street, Hungerford, RG17 0EG

Gaenor Farren-Smith MA, MBAcC, MRCHM, Hungerford 01488 686946 www.myacucare.co.uk.

DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE

PODIATRIST / CHIROPODIST

(opposite Roxtons)

Sports injuries, postural and tension CHRIS RADFORD, Wagon Yard, aches, RSI’s etc treated. Sarah Gomer, Marlborough. 0800 731 6879, evenings Hungerford (01488) 681331/07879 01672 516006. 040621

ADVISER

TELEPHONE: 01488 682328 FACSIMILE: 01488 681899 EMAIL: adviser@universal-press.co.uk www.theweeklyadviser.com

MASSAGE THERAPIST/REFLEXOLOGIST

Deep tissue massage, reflexology. Claire Digweed, 01488682187 / 07810 886673

Physiotherapy & Sports Injuries Specialist CALL US:

07958 599716

info@amandamarshphysiotherapy.co.uk Top Floor, Marlborough Golf Club, The Common, Marlborough, Wilts SN8 1DU

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THE MARLBOROUGH

ADVISER MARLBOROUGH AND HUNGERFORD

Happy New Year Issue Friday, December 28 to January 4, 2013 This issue: Friday, December 28 to January 4, 2013

VOL 19: 982 UK NO.1

Advertising closes for next issue on Friday, December 28 at 5pm

GREAT BARGAINS AT D&R

M

arlborough’s D&R Furnishers are holding a not-to-be-missed New Year’s Day (Tuesday, January 1) Huge Furniture and Fabric Clearance with all marked items 1/2 price or less. D & R are famous for their service and quality and there is limited time free parking outside in The Parade.

D & R will be open 10am to 4pm at 14-18 The Parade. Great shopping! -See advertisement BELOW. *If your business plans a sale in January, The Adviser will be pleased to help you. Please email adviser@universal-press.co.uk or phone 01488 682328. We are open throughout the holiday period.

Complete range of specialist advice:

Self-assessment tax returns & tax credits Business accounts Corporate accounts and taxation Tax planning advice Start-ups & company formation VAT, Payroll & P11D Free initial consultation www.davidowen.co.uk 126 High Street, Marlborough, Wiltshire SN8 1LZ 01672 512163 17 Market Place, Devizes, Wiltshire SN10 1BA 01380 722211

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World Web News 7/12/12 THIEVES TARGET SHOPS Police have told Hungerford Town Council that East European thieves have been targeting Hungerford and other district centres for jewellery, alcohol and mobile phones. Shopkeepers and shoppers are warned to be extra vigilant. ARTISAN COLLECTIVE PLANNED FOR HUNGERFORD GATEWAY An artisan collective of attractive and useful shops is planned for Hungerford’s A4 gateway at the Newbury side of town. Outlined plans were given to Hungerford Town Council’s environment and planning committee on Monday night. The collective would be constructed on land at the Garden Arts site and would provide accommodation for antiques, blacksmith, upholsterer, french polisher, interior design, clockmaker etc. Principal of Garden Arts Travers Nettleton said it would provide a high quality gateway to the town. It was intended to draw business to Hungerford and not away from the town centre. Up to 30 units with parking were envisaged and it was not intended to overdevelop the area. Five or six businesses had already shown interest in the scheme. Subject to planning approval, the project would press ahead as soon as possible. Cr David Liddiard commented that the project was “brilliant”. SECOND “HUNGERFORD GATEWAY” PROPOSAL Hungerford Town Council’s environment and planning committee has offered no objection to a proposal by Hungerford Garden Centre for a cafe/restaurant at the centre. The proposal discussed on Monday, involves demolition and erection of extensions and associated works. It is the second major “Hungerford Gateway” project announced within a month for the A4 Bath Road entrance to Hungerford from Newbury. Hungerford’s mayor, Cr Martin Crane told the committee meeting a survey by the garden centre showed that some 88% of clients interviewed were in favour of a cafe/restaurant at the centre.

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7/12/12 Recycled debate Marlborough Town Council planning committee discussed correspondence relating to plans for the Lower Compton recycling facility. Cllr Pitts explained to the committee that this was not a new facility, but an expansion of the present one, keeping within the current site boundaries. Volume would increase from 343,000 tonnes per annum (tpa) at present, to 385,000tpa. New buildings on the site would bring the large quantities of open-air sorting under cover. Waste to landfill would be reduced from 270,000tpa to 100,000tpa by better processing and more being sent for recycling. The correspondence raised concerns about greatly increased vehicle movements in the county. Cllr Pitts commented on how difficult it had been to find accurate figures to make comparisons: some sources indicate large increases; others show that use of LGVs reduces the number of smaller vehicles that might have been used. Currently, 18,000tpa of refuse-derived fuel is sent to Slough and used for energy generation in place of coal or gas. Those trucks pass through Marlborough and the quantity was not expected to change. Cllrs KirkWilson and Hannaford-Dobson spoke in favour of the increased recycling and the committee agreed their support for the plans, with one objection. The Amenities and Open Spaces Committee followed and Chair Cllr Pitts began by thanking all those who had helped to make this year’s Christmas Lights Switch On such a success. He announced that the final Communities Market of this year would be on Sunday 16 December and the lighting of the yew tree in St Mary’s churchyard would take place at 6pm on Monday 10 December. This will have 400 LED lights, costing a total of 7p/hour. Stonebridge Meadow plans generated much discussion, which was opened up to the public, with Mr A Reader, a local resident and Mrs Charlotte Hitchmough, of Action for the River Kennet (ARK), invited to speak. Items raised were grazing: cattle rather than sheep because of the large number of dogs walked in the area; fencing: necessary for cattle, but gates would be open for free access other times; public enjoyment v wildlife conservation: eastern end would be a wild flower reserve and refuge for ground-nesting birds and the western end could have a picnic area. Latest plans are on ARK website. The proposals will be discussed at full council before being approved. Shirley Pryor


World Web News Update by PCSO Randall and my guest writer A. Thief On Wednesday the 12th December you can come and meet the Neighbourhood policing team. You will find us in the High Street in the mobile police van. We would like you to drop in and tell us about any issues you may have in the area you live in, such as: - Anti Social behaviour, drug related issues or maybe speeding. We will be there from 08:00hrs to 14:00hrs. If you cannot make it feel free to give me a call on 07970145703 any time, just leave your name and number and I will give you a ring back. Hungerford Shop Safe I would like to remind the businesses in Hungerford to be aware of the distraction shoplifters. Earlier in the month we had a call from one of our local businesses because they were suspicious about the activity of a young male and female that had entered their shop. Over the last year we have had several distraction shoplifters in our area, they like to get the shop assistant busy doing something for them while they try to help themselves to high value goods or personal items like expensive phones that belong to staff members. Acting on this call, officers attended after gaining a very good description and managed to arrest the two and carry out enquires. I did follow up enquires to find these two had made an appointment or tried to at several hairdressers in the High Street, asking them to go off and get colour charts ( there’s the distraction) luckily I’m pleased to say most of the shops they entered were already on to them. Remember to call the shop safe number as well as 999 if you believe a crime is in progress, this is the time of year we get more of this sort of crime. Valuables left in vehicles I feel like I repeat myself a lot when writing these updates, however people are still leaving valuables in their cars whilst walking the dog on the Common. The latest victim putting her bag in the boot thinking it is safe there. It seems she was being watched and when she returned her bag was gone, as well as the damage to the vehicle, it was a costly dog walk. Hungerford Extravaganza This has to be my all time favourite day of the year in Hungerford and just in case you don’t know when it is pop the 14th December into your calendar. The Sergeant will be in his old cape and hat, a bit like Dixon of Dock Green for those of us old enough to remember!

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ROTARY HELPS CARE HOME Hungerford Rotary Club has continued its commitment to the Council’s Hungerford Chestnut Walk Care Home by installing a new TV. Rotary has also provided much needed activity equipment including items used in daily life in the1930/40’s, such as Ration Books and Wash Boards, which were found to stimulate much needed conversation with patients. Jane Blackett, manager of the Home, commented on this wonderful local support and is pictured with Nick Fritz, President of the Rotary Club of Hungerford. -James Brown GWYNNETH BULLOCK WILLOW A willow tree to replace the one removed from Hungerford’s canal bank will be dedicated to the late Gwynneth Bullock. This was decided at the last town counci meeting. Wiltshire Wildlife Trust responds to the planned badger cull This autumn, trials will go ahead in the South West of England to test the suitability of controlled shooting as a method of culling badgers in an effort to combat the problem of bovine TB (bTB) in England, to test its practicality and cost. Wiltshire Wildlife Trust is very conscious of the hardship that bTB causes in the farming community. Indeed, the Trust itself is a farmer and has lost 11 cattle to bTB, 5 of those in September 2012. The need to find the right mechanisms to control the disease is vital. However, the predominant scientific view is that the cull will not work and could make the situation worse. A sustained programme of biosecurity measures and vaccination should be at the centre of efforts to tackle this terrible disease. The Trust is keen for the farming community, conservation organisations and the Government to continue to work together to confront bTB through the following measures: · Biosecurity: All possible measures should be pursued to prevent disease transmission on-farm. · Badger vaccination: Support landowners to use the injectable BadgerBCG vaccine. We also urge Defra to continue development of an oral badger vaccine. · Cattle vaccine: Complete development of a cattle vaccine and secure change to EU legislation; vaccination is currently prohibited because the skin test which tests for bTB in cattle cannot distinguish if cattle are infected with TB or have been vaccinated. Cattle that test positive for bTB cannot enter the food chain.


World Web News Hungerford’s Plume of Feathers pub helped its’ raise £2041 over the weekend towards the Rotary Club of Hungerford’s Charity Account, particularly for local causes and also for the Worldwide eradication of Polio. The Plume provided a magnificent supper to 126 guests in the Corn Exchange whilst they were being entertained by three National Artistes performing West End songs and music from the shows. President of rotary, Nick Fritz, was delighted to have attracted so many local people to the event which produced such a magnificent result all round. He commented that plans are now afoot to produce a St. Georges Day Supper in April 2013 to meet the many requests he received for another event.. 400 AT FUNERAL SERVICE More than 400 people crammed East Garston church with around 50 standing in the graveyard for the funeral of David Wallis on Monday. David, who originally farmed near Thatcham, in more recent years owned Dixon’s Farm at Lambourn Woodlands. He and his wife Wendy were immensely popular and this was evidenced by the funeral service attendance. In the last year of his life he was president of Hungerford Rotary Club and it was former Rotarian The Reverend Sandy Railton who took his funeral service. TOURISM COMMITTEE Hungerford Town Council will set up a tourism and commerce committee and Hungerford Chamber of Commerce involvement will be clarified. Speaking against the motion to form the committee Cr David Small said the action could be premature and not necessarily in accord with chamber of commerce plans. Hungerford’s mayor Cr Martin Crane said it was the council’s duty to promote tourism. GRAND PRIZE DRAW FOR LIGHTS Hungerford Town Council’s grand prize draw to raise money for the town’s famous Christmas lights, is up and running and tickets are available from councillors and the council office. First prize is £300, 2nd £150 and 3rd £50. The draw will be on December 1 at 7pm at the town hall.

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Fuel Poverty Prior to the Town Council meeting on Mon 5th Nov, Dr Sam Page of Transition Marlborough raised the issue of fuel poverty in Marlborough. Many rented properties have night storage heaters that can take advantage of cheaper, night-time electricity, but deliver heat early in the day, rather than in the evening, when most needed. Many users switch them off and rely on other, ultimately more expensive, heat sources. These properties often lack adequate insulation and Dr Page asked for support in persuading Wiltshire Council to take action to remedy this while funds for insulation are still available. Crs Fogg and Dow agreed to meet with Dr Page to take this forward. A place to stand and stare This is the plan of We Love Marlborough, as presented to the Town Council by Louisa Davison. After reciting the poem “Leisure” by WH Davies, which begins “What is this life if, full of care, we have no time to stand and stare?”, Ms Davison said that Marlborough needs a focal point in the middle of the high street, somewhere that people can meet; a central point for community information; a beautiful place where people can sit in the centre of town; a piece of public art. Ms Davison envisaged it being placed in the centre of the High Street, taking up 2-3 parking spaces and having dedicated access from the pavement. She was not asking the Council for money, as this would come from fund-raising, just for support for the project, prior to submission to Wiltshire Council. Mayor Edwina Fogg asked We Love Marlborough to provide more detailed information, with artist’s impression, and to discuss with Cr Pitts, chair of Amenities and Open Spaces committee. Shirley Pryor

HUNGERFORD COACH PARK DISCUSSION Hungerford Town Council’s highways and transport committee’s last meeting discussed a coach park in Charnham Street. The park would be at the current bus stop opposite The Sun Inn and would involve several extra parking spaces, the mayor, Cr Martin Crane said. The meeting also heard of a proposal for a coach park at Cobbs Farm and feeling was that if Cobbs wished to develop a coach park, they could consider it.


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HUNGERFORD FAREWELLS GWYNNETH Hungerford farewelled the loyal and hard-working Gwynneth Bullock at her funeral service in St Lawrence’s Church on Monday.

HUNGERFORD COACH PARK DISCUSSION Hungerford Town Council’s highways and transport committee’s has discussed a coach park in Charnham Street. The park would be at the current bus stop opposite The Sun Inn and would involve several extra parkROTARY RAISES £2041 FOR CHARITY ing spaces, the mayor, Cr Martin Crane said. The meetHungerford Rotary Club raised £2041 for charity and ing also heard of a proposal for a coach park at Cobbs polio eradication funds at a supper provided by The Farm and feeling was that if Cobbs wished to develop a Plume of Feathers in The Corn Exchange on Friday. coach park, they could consider it. 126 guests were entertained with West End songs. Club president Nick Fritz is already planning a St George’s Day supper in April. - James Brown “MORE POSITIVE HOUSING APPROACH” Hungerford Town Council was looking to a more positive approach to housing development within the town, the mayor Cr Martin Crane told the last council highways and transport committee meeting. He said there were areas within the town that could contain housing and moves were under way to appoint a professional consultant. He said overall involvement in a local development plan would be too costly for the council. I am delighted to report that last night’s ‘Movies & Musicals’ night organised by The Rotary - Youth Opportunities Committee was a huge success – in many more ways than merely funds raised for Rotary Charities, although as you will see from the attached spreadsheet we have raised over £2,000.00 surplus! (Subject to all ticket monies having been paid) Everyone who attended was treated to a magnificent performance by West-End performers, Jayne O’Mahony, John Langley and Andrew Sackett. The Boeuf Bourguignon, buttery mashed potato and broccoli served up by Rotarian James Weir of The Plume of Feathers was truly magnificent – and almost everyone came up to specifically say so! Served with fresh crusty French sticks and butter with lemon cheesecake and coffee to finish – All this followed by an enthusiastic part II performance with audience participation and the most rousing selection of song tunes including Bond theme ‘Diamonds are forever’ If you weren’t there then you really did miss out – and you should be really disappointed, you would have loved it – as those who came will surely tell you!!

STATION PRECINCTS PROGRESS DELAYED Two over-riding factors appear to be delaying progress of Hungerford’s railway station precincts development. These factors were again aired at a recent meeting of Hungerford Town Council’s highways and transport committee. Firstly, the council needs a decision from Network Rail on the station boundaries and “ransom strip” alleged to be hindering progress. Secondly the council needs assurance that the rail service will be maintained when tenders for the service are sought next March. The meeting was told there was no guarantee that rail traffic would continue to expand if the service was reduced to a “shuttle service” from Newbury when electrification of the line between Paddington and Newbury was implemented. A special council committee was to meet on Wednesday to discuss the rail service. Delegates from Hungerford, Kintbury and Bedwyn were mentioned but there was no mention of Marlborough from where there is understood to be concern from people who use Bedwyn and Hungerford railway stations in preference to Swindon. This is just a quick note to say that the resurfacing of the A4 Charnham Street was completed on Friday night and some of the road markings were replaced on Saturday. Unfortunately, the wet weather prevented completion of the white and yellow lines, so the contractor will return as soon as they have a dry day. There will shortly be a post-completion inspection of the works and any defects will be rectified by the contractor. We will also be sending a satisfaction questionnaire to residents and businesses later this week. Many thanks to everyone for your patience during this major project. If anyone has any queries, please let me know.


World Web News EAST SHEFFORD SEWAGE WORKS UPGRADED TO PROTECT GLOBALLY RARE CHALK STREAM

East Shefford sewage works has been upgraded to help improve the quality of water in the River Lambourn. Thames Water’s £2.14m of improvements have increased the capacity of the works and added another treatment process, further improving the water discharged into this treasured chalk waterway. Chalk streams are globally rare and the Lambourn, home to protected native species such as bullheads and brook lampreys, is a designated special area of conservation (SAC). During winter months the river can dry up completely and starting to run again in spring. This means that treated wastewater makes up an important amount of the flow and the upgrades will ensure that the outfall remains of an exceptionally high quality. Fly fishermen have been drawn to the stream’s exceptional clarity and the thriving shoals of wild brown trout and grayling. The river had been a well-kept fishing secret, but came to prominence after featuring in Howard Marshall’s 1967 book Reflections on a River. “Simple things - so many of them - make up the angler’s true delight. And all of them may be found on the banks of the little river Lambourn,” Marshall wrote. The East Shefford work supports Defra’s national ‘Love Your River’ campaign, which urges people and organisations everywhere to value their local rivers and look after them. Richard Aylard, Thames Water’s director of sustainability, said: “The works operate well at the moment, but what we’re doing is increasing the capacity to make sure it can continue to do so in the future. “Treated wastewater makes up part of the flow of the River Lambourn, so keeping the quality high, means a healthy river downstream.. “You can see this ‘knock-on’ effect, with all the bugs, birds and other wildlife that are thriving in this globally rare natural habitat. ” Environment minister, Richard Benyon, said: “We all love our rivers. They are the lifeblood of our country. They’ve shaped our landscape, and our towns and cities have been designed around them. They are vitally important for our everyday lives and our environment, and we’ve all got a role to play in making sure our rivers are as healthy as they can be. The project at East Shefford, sewage works, due to finish in December, involves installing a new storm tank. This will increase the amount of sewage the works can handle during heavy downpours, reducing the risk of the system becoming overwhelmed and discharging untreated sewage into the river. The project, which started in March, includes an additional tertiary treatment process. The new nitrifying sand filter will reduce the amount of ammonia and suspended solid material in the final effluent, making the final outflow into the river even cleaner.-Craig Rance, Thames Water.

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COMMENT RE LINE SITUATION The next Friends of the Railway Path workday is on Sunday, 14th October. Workdays are an important way of helping to keep this much-loved local greenway looking good. This one will concentrate on the section south from Ogbourne St George, around and immediately south of the car park off Bytham Road (grid ref SU 1990 7407). The work is a mixture of ecological improvements, renovation and tidying. There is a patch of grassland which, with a little encouragement, we think can become more flower rich. We will clear this and remove the cuttings (so that they don’t release their nutrients back into the grassland). There is a hedge with gaps: we will remove scrub from the gaps and start planting up the gaps. We plan later to start laying sections of the hedge where the shrubs are large enough: this improves habitat for a variety of small animals. We will also clear round the car park and the woodland area to the east of the Path, and remove litter. If you would like to come, we will meet at 10.00 at the car park off Bytham Road (see the map attached below: grid ref SU 2037 7400). Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and stout footwear, and bring: · Lunch and a drink · Gardening gloves if you have some · Any hand tools which you think you would like to use. We will have a stock of tools for use on the day. You are welcome to just turn up on the day, and to stay for as long as you like. If you know in advance you would like to come, please let me know. ST LAWRENCE’S ADVENT FAIR There is a change afoot this year with St Lawrence Church, Hungerford, as not only are they holding an Advent Fair instead of their customary Autumn Bazaar, but there is a different venue, time and later date!! So come along and join in the fun at the Town Hall on December 1st between 11.30am-2.30pm. Why not enjoy a lunch while the children partake in craft activities, browse amongst the gift stalls for Christmas ideas or enjoy a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie? It’s not too late to enter the fruitcake bake or childrens’ painting competition - the recipe and more details for both competitions can be found at the back of Church! Please make a note in your diary as St Lawrence Church look forward to seeing you there!


World Web News Hedgehog Hazards Some of the worst cases Wiltshire Wildlife Hospital have been treating are those involving slug pellet poisoning. They explained to the Adviser “The hedgehogs suffer terrible pain. People need to be aware that if they have hedgehogs in the garden there is no need to use slug pellets, even the animal friendly ones, supposedly harmless, can effect hedgehogs in this way”. The Hospital tell us that this is a dangerous time for the offspring, as they may not gain enough weight to survive the winter months. Members of the public should be aware of the plight of the autumn juvenile. Hedgehogs already being cared for that are not up to weight, are the ones needing overwintering and by the end of October the hedgehogs should weigh 650g to survive the winter. Advice can be misleading about weight, with 1lb (454g) sometimes being stated as sufficient, but Wiltshire Wildlife Hospital believe this is nowhere near enough for any hedgehog to survive. Last year they over-wintered 130 hedgehogs and annually they deal with between 600 and 700 hedgehogs. Hedgehogs are now being seen regularly in Coopers Meadow in Marlborough. The meadow is a mixture of mown, managed and wild habitat and it is thought that leaving some of the wild patches has encouraged them to breed there. Wiltshire Wildlife Hospital are a registered charity and be contacted on 07850 778752 “MORE POSITIVE HOUSING APPROACH” Hungerford Town Council was looking to a more positive approach to housing development within the town, the mayor Cr Martin Crane told the last council highways and transport committee meeting. He said there were areas within the town that could contain housing and moves were under way to appoint a professional consultant. He said overall involvement in a local development plan would be too costly for the council. HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT BUDGET Hungerford Town Council’s highways and transport committee has a budget of £42,000 for 20132014.

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HUNGERFORD COACH PARK DISCUSSION Hungerford Town Council’s highways and transport committee’s last meeting discussed a coach park in Charnham Street. The park would be at the current bus stop opposite The Sun Inn and would involve several extra parking spaces, the mayor, Cr Martin Crane said. The meeting also heard of a proposal for a coach park at Cobbs Farm and feeling was that if Cobbs wished to develop a coach park, they could consider it. SIR JOHN MADEJSKI TO SWITCH ON LIGHTS? Sir John Madejski will be invited by Hungerford Town Council to switch on Hungerford’s Christmas lights on Sunday, December 2. “Mr Christmas Lights” Rod. Desmeules told the last Hungerford Town Council highways and transport committee meeting he was ready to press ahead with the lights programme and would need volunteers to help. The meeting was told it was planned to offset costs with sales of Christmas cards, calendars and a prize draw. Hungerford’s Christmas lughts have been the envy of many centres in recent years, largely due to Mr Desmeules’ efforts. STATION PRECINCTS PROGRESS DELAYED Two over-riding factors appear to be delaying progress of Hungerford’s railway station precincts development. These factors were again aired at the last meeting of Hungerford Town Council’s highways and transport committee. Firstly, the council needs a decision from Network Rail on the station boundaries and “ransom strip” alleged to be hindering progress. Secondly the council needs assurance that the rail service will be maintained when tenders for the service are sought next March. The meeting was told there was no guarantee that rail traffic would continue to expand if the service was reduced to a “shuttle service” from Newbury when electrification of the line between Paddington and Newbury was implemented. A special council committee was to meet on Wednesday to discuss the rail service. Delegates from Hungerford, Kintbury and Bedwyn were mentioned but there was no mention of Marlborough from where there is understood to be concern from people who use Bedwyn and Hungerford railway stations in preference to Swindon.


World Web News MAJORITY IN FAVOUR OF IMPROVED RAILWAY STATION AREA The vast majority of the 40 people who replied to the Hungerford Town Council questionnaire on the railway station area’s future were in favour of improvement, Cr Richard Hudson told this week’s council meeting. Questions: 1. Generally agree with proposed station improvements: 95% yes, 5% no. 2. If no what would you like to see: Nil. 3a. Support improving station interchange 97% yes, 3% no. 3b.Support high quality buildings on neighbouring sites: 90% yes, 10% no. 3c. Support junction improvement of Park St/Station Rd. 97% yes, 3% no. 4. Worth reducing parking by 15 of 70 spaces 79% yes. 21% no. 5. Agree with welcome sign: Hungerford Heart of AONB 76% yes, 24% no. 6. A rail station building: 61% yes, 39% no. 7. Residential development on Oakes site 81% yes, 19% no. 8. Close level crossing 19% yes, 81% no. 9. Other suggestions: Building with cafe, toilet etc, keep Hungerford at present size, no sprawl, overflow car park needed, reservations about parking reduction, full support to enhance station, concern about nose, want more parking, reduce gap on train platform, use Oakes site for parking, building best on up platform, HGV access concerns, add secure cycle parking, re-position ticket machine, building as Thatcham, CCTV on platforms, improve Park St. junction, more parking spaces, more trains, longer platform.

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MARLBOROUGH FUNDRAISING EVENING TO SUPPORT LOCAL LIFE SAVERS A charity dance at Marlborough Town Hall next month will raise funds for the local life saving work of St John Ambulance. The dance on 20 October, featuring the band Celebration, is being organised by volunteers from the charity’s Pewsey Division and Marlborough Community First Responders - volunteers who provide emergency medical aid in the Marlborough area ahead of the arrival of an ambulance. Organiser Kev Dickens says: ‘At last year’s dance everyone had a fantastic time while knowing they were helping us to provide a service which is so often the difference between life and death.’ The money raised from this year’s event will go towards equipping the local community with basic first aid skills as well as supporting the Community First Responders and local St John Ambulance volunteers. The event will also provide an opportunity for people to find out more about learning first aid and volunteering. Kev says: ‘Our research shows up to 140,000* people a year die needlessly in situations where first aid could have saved them. We’re determined to change that appalling statistic by getting as many people as possible to learn first aid.’ The evening starts at 8.30pm. Tickets are £10 for adults and £8 for concessions and will be available from the White Horse Bookshop and Carrie’s Hairdressers in Marlborough High Street. Tickets can also be reserved at www.marlboroughboxoffice.co.uk


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