Monday, August 20 2018

BP appeals Rother’s decision

BP has submitted an appeal to the Secretary of State to build a petrol station at the top of Udimore Road

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Southern Rail has its say

Southern Rail has its say  

We have published complaints about overcrowding and passengers left on the platform. Now Southern Rail explain

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RTC ponders Network Rail plan

RTC ponders Network Rail plan  

Town Council needs time to consider

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Music Well in tune with Festival

Music Well in tune with Festival  

The Music Well get their ’15 minutes of fame’ for the Jazz Festival

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Running up mountains

Running up mountains  

Think you are fit? Read this lady’s story

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Let’s go to a show!

Let’s go to a show!  

Book now for the forthcoming show from internatonal tenor Jonas Kaufmann, appearing in an open-air concert live from Berlin

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Iconic lifeboat house defaced

Iconic lifeboat house defaced  

The iconic Mary Stanford lifeboat house has been vandalised in a graffiti attack

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A bridge too far?

Has Network Rail thought this through? One local architect thinks not

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Anniversaries at Arts Festival

Anniversaries at Arts Festival  

Anniversaries are being celebrated at the Arts Festival this year

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Celebrate local NHS successes

Celebrate local NHS successes  

The East Sussex NHS Trust, which provides local health services, told the public about its challenges and successes at its Annual General Meeting

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Last call for Lamb Players

Last call for Lamb Players  

The Lamb Players are back with another outstanding performance from this professional troupe

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Very special guest visits RNLI

Very special guest visits RNLI  

A much admired benefactor visits Hello Herbie II

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Wot Larks at Winchelsea

Wot Larks at Winchelsea  

Wot Larks is a professional group of singers bringing a light touch to some favourite songs and arias

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Guestling says it with flowers

Guestling says it with flowers  

This church, set in beautiful countryside, has its annual flower festival this weekend

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An apple a day

An apple a day  

Windfall tax? What about a windfall refund? Available at Landgate Square, courtesy of a kind and thoughtful – anonymous – resident

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Wildlife fun at nature reserve

Wildlife fun at nature reserve  

Wondering what to do with the children during the holidays? Rye Harbour Nature Reserve may have the answer

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Another week on the MarshLink

Another week on the MarshLink  

Frustrations grow as service continues to deteriorate

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Rye volunteers live on

Rye volunteers live on  

Fascinating history about the Rye Volunteers movement

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Silence of the Landgate

Silence of the Landgate  

The Landgate still stands, but nothing happens, unlike with the Ypres Tower

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Let’s go to the movies!

Let’s go to the movies!  

Ant-Man is back on another mission to fight the forces of evil, and Ewan McGregor stars as the grown-up Christopher Robin in Disney’s heartwarming film about Winnie-the-Pooh and friends.

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Robbery at Iden village shop

Robbery at Iden village shop  

Its not often we report an armed robbery in our area

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Circus here for bank holiday

Circus here for bank holiday  

The circus is here again

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1st XI suffer first defeat

1st XI suffer first defeat  

While the 1st XI wobbled, the 2nds claimed a win

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DIY closure confirmed

DIY closure confirmed  

Another long-established shop closes

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Americans sing for Rye

Americans sing for Rye  

As previewed in last week’s issue, this week saw the arrival of the choir from Christ’s Church, Rye, New York, writes John Minter. They sang for us at both Parish Communion and Evensong and it was good, once again, to be visited by this very fine choir from our namesake town in the US.   Photo: Shelley Jebb

Rye’s British Legion pilgrimage

Rye’s British Legion pilgrimage  

A “humbling experience” for Rye British Legion members

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Rye struggle as season closes

Rye struggle as season closes  

Rye members overcome marquee drama

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Commuters continue to suffer

Commuters continue to suffer  

A regular commuter expresses his frustration with the current train service

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BBQ fun at East Guldeford

BBQ fun at East Guldeford  

It may be a small village, but a lot happens in East Guldeford

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Homeopathy meets Art

Homeopathy meets Art  

Pots, photography to view and Jazz to enjoy is a week-end not to be missed

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Teddy bears’ picnic

Teddy bears’ picnic  

Fun and games at museum’s 90th celebrations

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