A wealth of publications have been produced about Ringwood, it’s people and places over the years and we have compiled a list of some useful reading for those who would like to know more about our town and its history. This list can be found on our Publications page.
Historic Building Guidance
For information on available guidance for historic buildings, please visit our Historic Building Guidance page.
For information on available design guidance for buildings within Ringwood, please visit our Design Guidance page.
Energy Efficiency and Retrofit of Historic Building Guidance
For information on available guidance available for improving the energy efficiency of historic buildings through retrofit solutions, please visit our Energy Efficiency and Retrofit of Historic Building Guidance page.
The Ringwood Society works with a range of local and national organisations and links to their websites can be found below.
Greyfriars Community Centre: Greyfriars is a centre for the Ringwood community from toddlers to senior citizens.
Ringwood Meeting House: The Ringwood Meeting House offers a wide range of activities and events and has become one of the social hubs for the Ringwood community and visitors. The Ringwood Meeting House also includes an extensive archive of information relating to the town, it’s buildings and people.
Ringwood Town Council: The Town Council website provides information on local government for the area.
Hampshire Record Office: The Hampshire Record Office in Winchester is home to an extensive collection of archives relating to Hampshire, along with access to census returns, newspapers, images, video footage and much more.
Hampshire County Council: The Hampshire County Council website provides information on top level local government for the county including highways.