Vacancies - Tourist Information Service

Vacancies - Tourist Information Service

  • By: Ringwood Town Council

Following a 2-year break, the Council will once again be operating a Visitor Information service from Ringwood Gateway on Saturdays throughout the holiday season (Easter to mid-September).

We are looking for both a Visitor Information Manager and Assistant to work with a team of volunteers to provide a range of tourist information to members of the public. 

A31 Ringwood Bridge Replacement and Widening Scheme

A31 Ringwood Bridge Replacement and Widening Scheme

  • By: Ringwood Town Council

National Highways is undertaking works to widen the westbound carriageway of the A31 to three lanes between Ringwood town centre and the B3081 Verwood Underpass, and to replace the road bridges over the River Avon and Bickerley Millstream.

Read on for further information.

Shop Local This Weekend

Shop Local This Weekend

  • By: Ringwood Town Council

Free parking in NFDC car parks this weekend - shop local and support Ringwood businesses on this last weekend before Christmas. It’s also your last chance to vote in the Christmas window competition (deadline for entries 11am on Monday 20 December) and whilst you decide who to vote for, see if you can spot the oddity in some of the windows.

10 reasons to shop in Ringwood this Christmas- Ringwood Town Council

10 reasons to shop in Ringwood this Christmas- Ringwood Town Council

  • By: Ringwood Town Council

This Christmas, believe in the magic of shopping locally and you can make it merry and bright for your local traders too! With only one more shopping weekends left until Christmas we are encouraging people to turn to their local shops and businesses to get the job done. We believe you may just find it more rewarding than you might think. Read below for 10 good reasons to shop in Ringwood, and don’t forget there’s free parking in NFDC car parks on Saturday 4th December for Small Business Saturday and the weekend of 18th & 19th December.

Ringwood Town Council seeks residents to join in developing the Ringwood Neighbourhood Plan

Ringwood Town Council seeks residents to join in developing the Ringwood Neighbourhood Plan

  • By: Ringwood Town Council

Lots of people have opinions on how Ringwood should develop in the future. Maybe you want to see more lower priced starter homes? More cycle routes? More protection of our heritage?