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Ringmore Neighbourhood Plan 15 version

Public Notice - Ringmore Reg 16.pdf 

Basic Conditions Statement - Ringmore NP.pdf

Consultation Statement - Ringmore NP 1.pdf 

Ringmore Parish Area MAP.pdf

Please navigate to the Neighbourhood Plan tab above to view the host of documents that the Steering Group has published as part of the Plan development process

CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC 

Please click on the links for the letter and forms from the Parish Council about the resources we are establishing to support parishioners during the crisis.

Ringmore Parish Council Support Group letter

Ringmore PC Assistance Application form

Ringmore PC Volunteer Application Form 

 

 

Information about the forthcoming General Election (Please click on the link)

UK Election Candidates 2019

UK Election Nominations 2019 

UK General Election 12th December 2019 

 

District Council Elections

Parish Council Elections



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Path to Ayrmer CoveRingmore is a South Hams rural and coastal parish of approximately 1,110 acres. It includes a small group of houses at Marwell and part of the shoreline village of Challaborough where the hinterland supports a caravan park. Ringmore village spreads partway down a separate valley that looks westward to Ayrmer Cove and the English Channel. Much of this coastline, land and an extensive acreage stretching inland are owned by the National Trust. A large part of the parish, which lies within the South Hams ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, has been designated as a conservation area.

Your Parish Council comprises of councillors who serve a four year term. Usually meetings are held monthly, together with an Annual Meeting at which the Chairman and Vice Chairman are elected.

The dates of meetings for the coming year are shown on the Agendas & Minutes page. Agendas are posted on the noticeboards and on the website at least three days before each meeting and the venue is the WI hall. The public are invited and welcome to attend the meetings.

Click on the links above for more information about the council, the community and all it has to offer and our planning for the future.

Looking back to Ringmore from the path to Tobys Point