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Parliamentary constituency[edit]

Just which constituency is Ringmer in? The infobox shows Lewes, but actually points to Wealden (UK Parliament constituency). DuncanHill 12:32, 25 October 2006 (UTC)

It is Lewes, on the border of Wealden though.

Editorial notes[edit]

This article needs editing - I might get around to it once I have completed the Wealden District! - since it needs rewriting in line with [1] the Wikipedia notes on writing about settlements. It lacks such a lot of the necessary entries/headings, and is really just a collection of disparate statements. Nothing about the churches, school, leisure etc ... There should also be a reference list - most of the External Links should be on that. Why do we have to talk about a non-existent railway? Peter Shearan (talk) 15:17, 20 April 2008 (UTC)

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