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A number of videos relating to Hungerford are available via YouTube, including:


"Hungerford - the Traditional Town with a Heart for Industry" [16 mins], a promotional film about the town made c1990 by students and teachers at the John of Gaunt School.


"Hocktide in Hungerford - The Story of the Ancient Traditions", [41 mins] an excellent video made in 1991 about Hocktide and Tutti-Day, narrated by Johnny Morris. (By kind permission of ECPVideo of Newbury)


King George V's visit to Hungerford, Oct 1912. A short film [3 min 30s] showing crowd scenes when the King came to the train station to return to London after his visit Oct 1912. It was raining very heavily!
The film was among a collection of items kindly given to the HHA by Garry Tubb in 2016. The HHA arranged for it to be digitised, and sound has been added to the silent film by Hugh Pihlens.


"Kissing Day in Hungerford" - a short film [2 min 40s] showing some of the events on Tutti-Day 1 Apr 1913.
The film was made by "Topical Film Co Ltd" who were film manufacturers trading early in the 20th Century. They were later bought out by (or changed name to) Brent Laboratories. The London Trades Directory of 1915 shows their registered office was at 76 Wardour Street, London.
The film was among a collection of items kindly given to the HHA by Garry Tubb in 2016. The HHA arranged for it to be digitised, and sound has been added to the silent film by Hugh Pihlens.


Hungerford Alive! - 12 Jul 1997 [11 mins]. A short video showing the wide variety of activities in Hungerford on one day in 1997.


HADCAF 2000 [42 mins] Showcasing the wide variety of activities forming HADCAF 2000 - the Hungerford and District Community Arts Festival - 4 weeks of events through July 2000. Produced by Brian Davis.


Jack Williams [15 mins] His speech given at the Hocktide Lunch on 21 Apr 2009, when he proposed the Toast to the Town and Manor of Hungerford and the Liberty of Sanden Fee. [Recorded by Andrew Macey, 6 Jul 2011]

See also:

- Audio Archive/Reminiscences