Community Information

Not only is Ringmore situated in a most beautiful part of South Devon, it is fortunate to have a very active community with a number of societies and interest groups despite the small full time village population.

A number of groups have their own web page within this website and they can be reached from the dropdown menu above or by clicking the highlighted name on this page.

All Hallows Church is in the heart of the community and is a delightful example of a rural Devon Church with an active membership.

We are fortunate in having such a popular and welcoming public house The Journeys End in our village. Conor’s menu is excellent and Tracy not only runs the place with great efficiency and good humour, she is a supporter of other village functions.

The Ringmore Parish Newsletter is published monthly and distributed throughout the parish.

The Women’s Institute meets every month in its own meeting hall in the village and we are blessed with an additional meeting place with the Parish Room in the village. Both halls are available for hire and are used by a number of societies within the village.

The Ringmore Historical Society meets during the winter and early spring in the WI Hall.

The Table Tennis Club is another group running throughout the year, meeting in the Parish Room weekly.

While the parish Council is the legal entity of local government, planning and control in the village, there is undoubtedly much interest from villagers who care deeply about Ringmore and how it will evolve in future. A group of these residents and second homers are members of the newly formed Ringmore Residents Association.

In July 2017 the Parish Council approved the development of a Neighbourhood Plan for the parish. This will be in progress for up to four years and regular updates will be posted on the Plan pages of this website.