The Town and Manor of Hungerford includes the Town Hall and Corn Exchange, the John of Gaunt Inn, the fishing in the Rivers Kennet and Dun, the Common and Freeman's Marsh, the Croft and the Market Place. It is a historic organisation with a thoroughly modern approach, a strong influence on the fabric and character of Hungerford. It is a registered charity regulated by the Charity Commissioners, managed by the Constable of the Town and Manor, and ten Trustees who are elected every three years by public vote. Any Hungerford resident living south of the river Dun (the historic northern boundary of the Town and Manor) can vote. The Trustees election was on 1st October 2009.