Planning your visit to Hungerford
Hungerford is a historic market town in the county of Berkshire, England. It is conveniently located and easily accessible by various modes of transportation. The town is well connected by road, with the M4 motorway and A338 road providing easy access to the surrounding areas. Hungerford also has its own railway station, with regular train services to London Paddington, Reading, and Newbury. Additionally, there are several bus routes that serve the town, making it easy to travel to and from Hungerford by public transportation. With so many options available, planning a trip to Hungerford is a breeze!
You can also plan your travel throughout Wiltshire by visiting the Connecting Wiltshire website.
Electric Car Travel
If you are travelling to Hungerford by electric car, you need to plan your visit in advance. There are quite a few low voltage chargers connected to lampposts in the high street but they take a long time to charge and quite often are blocked by parked cars. You can see on this map the points within the town.
1. Cobbs Farm Shop has Pod Points and is located a few miles west of Hungerford.
2. Membury Services on both sides of the M4 has a good selection of chargers including Tesla Super Chargers.
3. Tot Hill Services on the A34 South of Newbury has both Tesla and a brand new selection of Shell Chargers.
Newbury Town Centre has an endless choice of chargers of all speeds.