Welcome to Ramsbury and Axford



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.

Today’s community boasts a thriving primary school, a large surgery, shops, two pubs, a café and a wide range of clubs, societies and services. The village is in the heart of an Area of Outstanding Beauty, and there are plenty of circular walks starting in or near the village.

Please take your time to explore what Ramsbury has to offer by visiting the relevant pages on this site.

 NEWS. . . . . .

Hills’ Stores Charity Shop is celebrating its 9th birthday with a HALF PRICE SALE. Saturday September 8th

10am -12.30 Lots of bargains –books, toys, bric-a-brac, school uniform,kitchen equipment, small electricals and more………. Come and find a bargain


Friday September 14th Ramsbury Roxy Autumn season opens with a crime drama which won two Oscars and 4 Golden Globes:

After months have passed without catching a culprit in her daughter’s murder case, Mildred hayes makes a bold move, painting three signs outside the town with a message directed at William Willoughby the town’s Chief of Police

Ramsbury Memorial Hall. Doors and bar open 7.15pm film starts at 8pm.

Friday 14th September. St Mary’s church Gt Bedwyn 7.30pm celebration organ concert to celebrate the restoration of the Walker Organ

————————————————————————-Ramsbury came 1st in the Kennet round of the Best Kept Village competition and 3rd in the County wide round. The results and reports can be downloaded here:

BKVC 2018 First Round Results – for publication

BKV 1st round report 2018  BKV report 2018

BKVC 2018 Second Round, LK and other Results

 The second round was judged on the Monday after the Street Fair hence the overflowing bins. The Nature Reserve  gets a glowing report so thanks to Chris Morgan and his helpers. Rec Centre went from well maintained to unloved in three weeks-strange!

Well done to everyone we’ll try again next year.


The Horticultural Society Summer Show on August 4th attracted a wonderful display of entries in spite of the weather which has made producing and keeping good flowers very difficult.

——————————————————————–Ramsbury & Axford Parish Council

There are currently four vacancies on the Parish Council which can be filled by co-option. Applicants must be over 18 and live or work in the parish.

If you would be interested in serving your community in this way please contact the Parish Clerk on 520045 or parishcouncil@ramsbury.org for further details.