Ringwood Town Council

Events

Ringwood has a long and proud history of wonderful community events entertaining young and old in the Town.

Ringwood Town Council organises the annual Fireworks display and Ringwood Winter Wanderland events as well as one-off events, such as the commemoration of 80 years since D-Day.

The Events Manager can be contacted by emailing: charmaine.bennett@ringwood.gov.uk

Ringwood Town Council also supports events in the town including the annual Remembrance Parade, occasional markets and Ringwood’s Charter Market.

We are very fortunate to have an array of organisations contributing to events including Ringwood Carnival, Fanfare for Spring, and Pedal Car Grand Prix.

For details of events and activities at Carvers Clubhouse, please click here


Firework Display

Firework Display

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Remembrance

Remembrance

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Christmas In Ringwood

Ringwood Winter Wanderland

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Markets & Fairs

Markets & Fairs

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Other Events

Other Events

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Queens Jubilee

Queens Jubilee

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King Charles III's Coronation Celebrations in Ringwood

The King's Coronation 2023

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D-Day Commemorations

D-Day Commemorations

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Call Ringwood Town Council On 01425 473883

or visit our offices at Ringwood Gateway

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Ringwood Town Council News

Ringwood Neighbourhood PLan goes to Referendum on 4 July

30

May

Ringwood Neighbourhood PLan goes to Referendum on 4 July

Residents are encouraged to vote in the Ringwood Neighbourhood Plan Referendum on 4 July, the same day as the General Election. A majority “yes” vote will mean that the Plan is adopted by New Forest District Council and New Forest National Park Authority and must be taken into account when deciding planning applications.

New Town Mayor and Deputy Town Mayor

30

May

New Town Mayor and Deputy Town Mayor

At last night’s Annual Meeting, Cllr Rae Frederick was elected as the Town Mayor and Cllr Philip Day was elected Deputy Town Mayor.

An update from the Council's Flood Warden

16

May

An update from the Council's Flood Warden

The Council’s Flood Warden Cllr Peter Kelleher recently attended a meeting with various agencies to discuss natural flood defences in the National Park and ways to alleviate flooding.