Hungerford Arcade has many friends and we would like to share them with you.
West Berkshire Classic Vehicle Club
The West Berkshire Classic Vehicle Club is a special friend of the Arcade. They hold two Classic Car Shows per year at the Arcade, raising money for our charities. (See our May and September Blogs). Click this link to visit their website and find out all the good things they do including raising money for their own charity. the Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research Fund http://www.classicvehicles.org.uk/
Here at Hungerford Arcade, we are very proud of our British Forces and being part of the “Supporting Our Forces” network.
Tinkerjo Design Specialists
Wiltshire / Tinkerjo loves shopping at Hungerford Arcade. Tinkerjo specialises in Designing and Creating the difference with Enchanting, Romantic, Elegant, atmospheric Wedding,Celebration & Corporate Styling.
Minaten is a Japanese company who own and run English Tea Rooms in Japan as well as an import, export business with big named companies such as, Liberty. Minaten owners enjoy coming to Hungerford Arcade to shop for those quintessential British items and we are proud to have them as Friends of the Arcade. You can visit them at http://minaten.com/
We have always been great admirers of Penny Post and its a great read. In fact, it is a must read for everyone. Community news for everyone within 15 miles of Junction 14 of the M4.
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AJB have been friends of Hungerford Arcade for many years specialising in Beautiful Antique & Vintage Jewellery.
We are very proud to have the magazine, Army and You as our friend of the Arcade. Army&You is the new quarterly magazine of the Army Families Federation (AFF). It is delivered free four times a year to Army families and subscribers worldwide and is for everyone with a soldier in their life.
We are very proud to have the Cheltenham Motor Club as our friends. Click this link to visit their website
The Guild of Aviation Artists
Rob Hames, artist BA (Hons), AGAvA is the West Region Co-ordinator of the Guild of Aviation Artists. Rob came to the Arcade as a customer and is now a friend of the Arcade. To see all the art work, click on this link to their website www.robhames.com
The Town & Manor of Hungerford and Liberty of Sanden Fee probably became established in the 14th Century for the protection of the Rights of Common jealously exercised by the inhabitants of the Town.
Our lovely friends Joseph Cho and his beautiful wife (on the right in the picture) come to Hungerford Arcade regularly to make purchases which they ship back to Pohang, South Korea where they have a fabulous antique business. Jo said this is their fifth visit in four years!