A small town located in the county of Hampshire, Ringwood is built along the banks of the River Avon and is home to a historic weekly market. The area encompasses a number of hamlets including Hightown, Crow, Bisterne and Poulner. Ringwood Brewery is a major landmark in the area while the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, the 18th century Meeting House and the Old Bridge are the main attractions. Matchams Park, host of Speedway, is a racing circuit that is within easy reach of Ringwood.
Ringwood brewery is one of the most reputable businesses of its kind in the region and besides crafting fine ales also offers on site tours. Ringwood has various retail units and serviced offices housing the likes of computer consultants, counselling services, language training schools, and architects. Industrial research and development company Armfield has its UK head offices in Ringwood.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Ringwood has a distinct small town appeal when it comes to entertainment and nights out around town. For family outings head to Go Ape at Moors Valley or make your way to Matchams Park go-karting venue. Forest Forge is a great place for theatre lovers to enjoy a show while The Forest Art Centre is another great place to go to enjoy the performing arts. The town has a variety of cuisines on offer. Curry Garden offers an exotic a mix of Indian, Pakistani and Asian cuisine under one roof. There is delicious Italian food on the menu at Prezzo, while Framptons has traditional Spanish dishes on offer.
Ringwood is connected to the rest of the county by a strong network of roadways. Bus and coach services run regularly along these roads. Christchurch, Bournemouth and Brockenhurst railway stations are all within 10 miles from Ringwood and provide trains to numerous destinations throughout the country. Ringwood also has a fleet of private taxis that offer connectivity in and around the area.