The Hungerford Historical Association

Welcome to the website of the Hungerford Historical Association.

Established in 1979, the HHA is one of the
best supported groups in the town,
and has about 200 members.

This website is all about the HHA itself.
To explore more of Hungerford's wonderful history
visit the Hungerford Virtual Museum.

What's on?

Our monthly meetings are attended by about 60-130 people. Follow this to see the current program of meetings.

How can I join the HHA?

The HHA has about 200 members. Follow this to see all about membership and how to join.

The next meeting:

The next meeting of the HHA is on Wednesday 22nd January, when Dr Hugh Pihlens will give a talk on “When William of Orange came to Hungerford”.
This is an account of the most important piece of national history to have taken place in Hungerford. It will include the background leading up to the invasion of 1688, Prince William's journey to Hungerford, his claim to the throne of England, as well as some comments on the results of the Glorious Revolution.

William of Orange

“When William of Orange came to Hungerford” - Dr Hugh Pihlens

Wednesday 22nd January 2020, 7.30pm.

Corn Exchange, Hungerford  RG17 0NF.

Visitors Welcome: £4.00 (at the door)