Defibrillator for Ringwould Ringwould and Kingsdown Parish Council awarded this project up to £1,000 towards the cost of a defibrillator and cabinet for Ringwould. The Parish Council should like to extend our congratulations to David Pinkney and all those involved in the installation of the Defibrillator, outside the Five Bells Public House in Ringwould. For more […]
Autumn Beach Clean – Thank you! A great day for a clean up! Our thanks to all volunteers who took part in our Autumn Beach, this community event was another great success. Some lovely weather brought out 58 volunteers including many under 10 year olds for our Autumn Beach Clean. Many bags were filled between 10.30 […]
Front Gardens in Bloom 2017 – Winners and Runners Up On 22nd June there were difficult decisions for our guest judges, District Cllr Sue Le Chevalier and Ray Sedgewick of the Kent Federation of Horticulturalist Societies. They had a ‘short’ list of 29 beautiful front gardens in Ringwould and Kingsdown of very differing styles to […]
New Planting and Design for Glen Road and The Rise Flower Bed The Parish Council are delighted with the Community Project for the Flower Bed situation between Glen Road and The Rise in Kingsdown. Sue Lamoon took up the challenge and the design was approved by council in April. To view the new flower bed and find […]
Rededication of Ringwould War Memorial – St Nicholas’ Church Clock On Sunday 23rd April 2017, our very historic church of St Nicholas, at Ringwould, was packed for a very moving Rededication Service led by Rev. John Winn and Right Reverend Trevor Willmott, Bishop of Dover. The unusual memorial clock, originally installed after funds were raised […]
New Play Park Opens in Kingsdown Families flocked to Kingsdown Recreation Ground after school on Friday 12th as Friends of Kingsdown Play Park (FKPP) and Ringwould with Kingsdown Parish Council unveiled a fantastic new play area. For a full account of the afternoon, how it was achieved, and information on Phase II and on going fundraising please […]
Speed limit 20 mph in Kingsdown The maximum speed limit throughout the village of Kingsdown is 20 mph, this includes Undercliffe Road and Oldstairs Road. Private roads set their own speed limits, which may be lower than 20 mph.