About Us

Ringwood Meeting House by Pam Lahoud

Ringwood Meeting House by Pam Lahoud. Used with permission.

Built in 1727, Ringwood Meeting House is one of the best surviving 18th century Presbyterian meeting houses in the country.

We're not just a meeting house and history centre though - the layout and acoustics of the unique Grade II* listed building naturally lends itself to a variety of activities.

Visitors are welcome either on your own or with friends for refreshments and a chat or to just sit and relax. You can spend time browsing or carrying out research in our extensive archives of Ringwood’s history or view our latest exhibition.

Interested in getting married at Ringwood Meeting House?

Already becoming popular as the perfect setting, we are licensed to hold wedding ceremonies, play music and sell drinks for your day.

Plan your wedding

Trustees

Ellie Abrams

Keith Adams

Mary Baldwin

Mary Christopher

John Challenor

Gwen Challenor

David Hoskins

Keith Micklewright

Janet Reynolds

Helen Walsh

Tony White

Jeff Wickens

Eileen Withall

Secretary to the Trustees

Annette Hibberd