Welcome to Ringwood, a market town in Hampshire, South East England, situated on the River Avon. It finds itself close to the famous New Forest, as well as being northeast of Bournemouth and southwest of Southampton.
Having an Afternoon Tea in Ringwood makes for the perfect pastime – as, hopefully, you’re about to find out. Waste not a minute more. It’s time to indulge with all of your favourite treats and snacks all washed down with a nice, hot brew!
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The history of Ringwood began in Anglo-Saxon times, recorded in a charter of 961 CE. Its name may refer to its position on the fringe of the New Forest. Since the Middle Ages, it has held a weekly market. Yet perhaps most famous is its association with the Battle of Sedgemoor in 1685.
It was here that James Scott, 1st Duke of Monmouth was arrested, resulting in him eventually trying to escape. The Duke went on to disguise himself as a shepherd before eventually hiding in a ditch under an ash tree. Unfortunately for him, however, he was betrayed and sent to the Tower of London.
Today, people are less likely to see runaway Dukes and more likely to happen upon Afternoon Tea Ringwood venues. On your next visit here, be sure to make time for a hearty spot of lunch. Best of all, you can expect excellent service in whichever establishment you choose.