Community Radio for the Lambourn Valley

4 Legs Radio is an internet radio station, providing a community based radio service for people located within the Lambourn Valley. You can Listen Live, every Friday, or Listen Again when it suits you!


Broadcasting programmes designed to serve the needs of the Lambourn Valley Community not currently served by other broadcasting media, that stimulate, educate and entertain the listeners. We are keen for the community to join in by texting on 07418310510,by Email: studio@4legsradio.org.uk or comment on our posts. We are also on Twitter @4legsradio, Mixcloud at 4 Legs Radio, U Tube and on Facebook  at 4 legs LVCR.

You can now also call 4Legs Radio live on Friday’s with your dedications, requests, comments or questions by dialling:   01488 859849


The Rose of Hungerford Canal Boat

With summer now in full swing what could be better than taking a canal boat cruise along the Kennet and Avon canal on the beautiful Rose of Hungerford Canal Boat. There’s a bar offering drinks and snacks or you can bring your own. All cruises are extremely good value and there’s concessions for OAP’s.

There’s a lot of organised / scheduled canal trips you can or if you prefer you can charter the boat for your own private use including birthday parties and weddings.

For further details visit the following website:


Local Jobs

Walker Logistics Ltd at Membury are seeking candidates for the following vacancies:

Job title: Warehouse Operative
Salary: £Competitive
Location: Membury, Lambourn Woodlands, Berkshire
Job type: Full Time, Permanent


Job title: Logistics Account Manager
Salary: £Competitive
Location: Membury, Lambourn Woodlands, Berkshire
Job type: Full Time, Permanent

For detailed information about these roles please call 01488 73848 or email: operations@walkerlogistics.com



Hungerford Town FC

Hungerford Town v Swindon Town match report (Tuesday 16th July)

Swindon Town put four past the Crusaders to win this pre-season friendly at Bulpit Lane.

Two goals in either half gave Swindon Town a pre-season win over Hungerford Town. It was the first home game of the 2019/20 season at Bulpit lane with a good attendance of 419 people on a warm Tuesday night. The new Hoffmeister beers and Gourmet pies proved a sell out throughout the night for the fans as they enjoyed the football. Their was an early treat as Zidane Akers steered home a corner to give the hosts an early lead inside three minutes, but the early setback galvanised Swindon to go on the attack as George Legg was called into action to save a fierce low volley. However, the league two side were to get their equaliser midway through the first half. Jerry Yates swept home a low cross from the right hand side, and five minutes later Ellis Liandolo was to meet a cross from the right wing to move Swindon into the lead. It was almost a carbon copy of the first goal. Legg then prevented a third being scored before half time as George Newell had an effort from long range.

Manager Ian Herring made changes at the start of the second half to give more minutes to his squad ahead of August 3rd. The visitors attack though was hard to maintain with Keshi Anderson threatening early on to extend the scoreline. Matt Jones came close to equalising with a long range strike but it unfortunately didn’t nestle into the net like it did at Bradford Town a week ago. James Constable then squandered his first chance of the evening. Mike Jones nipped it to collect a loose ball in midfield spraying it out wide to Matt Jones. The left back’s sublime cross was headed over by the former Oxford United striker. Hungerford were to pay the price as two minutes later Anderson rounded off the victory for the Robins before Ralph Graham made the most of a lucky break to add a fourth. Their were still late chances for the hosts but they didn’t reduce the arrears, instead falling to a second pre-season defeat.

Hungerford head off to Swindon Supermarine next Tuesday evening July 23rd. On Saturday August 3rd they kick off their national league south season away at Hemel Hempstead town before their first home match on the evening of August 6th against Berkshire rivals Slough Town.

Listen to post match interview with Manager Ian Herring on ‘The Yabber Yabber show’ this Friday 19th July at approximately 10.15am


Lambourn Sports Club 

Lambourn Sports Club needs your support to raise the funds needed to implement a number of changes as a result of a recent fire and safety assessment. If the required funding is not reached the Sports Club will have to close.

Lambourn Sports Club is a fantastic community facility for all the family where a number of activities can be enjoyed such as football, bowls and shooting to name but a few. There’s also many events put on throughout the year for the whole family to enjoy and a lively bar where you can watch a range of live sports via all the big digital / satellite providers e.g. Sky Sports and BT Sport. There are a range of very inexpensive membership options for individuals and families.

So please, please help the club get over the line to reach the required funding by making a donation (no matter how small) via the following website: http://www.thegoodexchange.com

Once on the site you should follow these instructions:

  1. On the green screen move your cursor to the top menu and hover over ‘what is the good exchange’ and click onto ‘For Donors’
  2. Next to ‘Donate Now’ click on ‘Make a donation’
  3. In the ‘Search for’ box on the ‘Browse Projects’ screen type in Lambourn Sports Club
  4. Below on the left you will see a box stating  ‘Funding for new Fire Alarm System and associated work’
  5. Click anywhere within that box on ‘Donate now’ and then follow the instructions

On behalf of the Lambourn Sports Club thank you for your donation and support.