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Hungerford named best place to live in West Berkshire, ahead of Burghfield Common, Thatcham and Newbury





Hungerford has been named the sixth best place to live in Berkshire, according to a new league table.

Garrington Property Finders has compiled a list of 1,400 cities, towns and villages across England and Wales that all score highly in at least one of five selection criteria – natural beauty and flood risk, wellbeing, heritage, schools and employment plus value for money.

Hungerford is top of the West Berkshire pack in the Royal County, with Burghfield Common in 13th spot, Thatcham 17th and Newbury 19th.

Hungerford Town Hall in the High Street
Hungerford Town Hall in the High Street

Here is the full list of places in Berkshire and where they rank in the national table in brackets:

1.Twyford (1)

2.Caversham (31)

3.Sonning Common (52)

4.Woodley (74)

5.Wokingham (75)

6.Hungerford (138)

7.Spencers Wood and Three Mile Cross (152)

8.Bracknell (176)

9.Reading (190)

10.Ascot (229)

11.Crowthorne (230)

12.Maidenhead (296)

13.Burghfield Common (303)

14.Cookham (304)

15.Windsor (349)

16.Sandhurst (452)

17.Thatcham (462)

18.Shinfield (583)

19.Newbury (613)

20.Old Windsor and Wraysbury (791)

21.Slough (846)

22.Winnersh (893)



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