|Location||Corsham, Wiltshire, England|
|Built for||Lady Margaret Hungerford|
|Designated||1 August 1986|
It was founded to provide homes for six (later eight) poor people and education for ten children.
In 1802, Edward Hasted was given the Mastership of The Hungerford Almshouses by his friend William Bouverie, who had become Earl of Radnor in 1765. Hasted remained Master of the Almshouse from 1807 until his death in 1812.
The site is also known as Lady Margaret Hungerford Almshouses & Schoolroom and Corsham Almshouses & 17th Century Schoolroom. The complex includes the 17th-century almshouses, the schoolroom with original 17th-century furnishings and an exhibit room, the warden's house and stables.
- "The Hungerford Almshouses". historicengland.org.uk. English Heritage. Retrieved 18 July 2009.