Ramsbury is a pre-medieval village steeped in history and tradition. Situated in the picturesque Kennet valley; Marlborough is 7 miles to the West and Hungerford 5 miles East.
Before the A4 was built (by-passing Ramsbury) the village was the most important centre for the area. To this day there is a strong connection with the past, maintained by the modern Bishop of Ramsbury.
Today's community boasts a thriving primary school, a large surgery, shops and a wide range of clubs, societies and services.
Please take your time to explore what Ramsbury has to offer by visiting the relevant pages on this site.*****
August 1st-4th 2014 Memorial Hall Ramsbury
Friday Aug 1st 7.30pm Film-Beneath Hill 60-tunellers in 1917 tickets £2 from Ramsbury PO
Aug 2nd & 3rd 11am-4pm Exhibition based on the 335 men from Ramsbury who went to war and the 57 who died, where they died and when. Maps, photographs artefacts and information on the men who came back Teas on Saturday 2-4pm
August 4th 7.30pm Talk by Roger Day on the effects of WW1 on the Kennett Valley.
Aug 2nd 7.30pm in the church. Short concert of WW1 music & poetry with sing-a-long with Ramsbury Silver Band.*****
The Ramsbury Traffic Plan is available for viewing here.
A Precis from the public consultation meeting on the 21/02/2013 can be viewed here.