Tuesday, March 28 2017

The killer had lived here

The perpetrator of the Westminster terror attack came from Rye

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Rye Partnership AGM

Rye Partnership AGM  

It was a speedy AGM, but no good news yet for Tilling Green

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Specialist ambulance needed

Specialist ambulance needed  

Seven emergency and rescue vehicles were needed for one patient

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Wry Rye

Wry Rye  

A new an innovative weekend of entertainment at the Creative Centre

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Town crowned champions

Town crowned champions  

It was derby day in Rye but more importantly a championship was up for grabs. Dan Lake reports on how Rye Town FC got on

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Birds flock together

Birds flock together  

The last in the current series of talks to the Friends of Rye Harbour Nature Reserve proved an absolute delight

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Local student wins opera award

Local student wins opera award  

A student from Rye has won a design challenge competition organised by the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden

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Artist picked for major exhibition

Artist picked for major exhibition  

Artist Lenka Medlik has had a watercolour of Rye allotments picked for the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours exhibition

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Nigel Kennedy to play in St Mary’s

Nigel Kennedy to play in St Mary’s  

Violin maestro Nigel Kennedy will be playing in St Mary’s, Rye, in May

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Top twirlers strut their stuff

Top twirlers strut their stuff  

Watch out for low-flying batons in Camber this weekend – the Majorettes are coming to Pontins

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The animals went in two by two….

The animals went in two by two….  

Children at Peasmarsh Church of England primary school decided to enter a competition run by the Chichester Diocese on a theme inspired by the Year of the Bible

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Angry parents slam school cuts

Angry parents slam school cuts  

Parents protest at cuts and suspension of 14 – 16 year old intake for Studio School

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The meters are coming . . .

The meters are coming . . .  

Rye’s Mayor reports on the town’s parking and speeding problems as two meetings next week consider these issues – and Rother’s District Councillors are apparently caught parking illegally

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Trouble at school

Trouble at school  

It is not just the Studio School that has a problem

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Southern strike settled – maybe

Southern strike settled – maybe  

An agreement has been reached with ASLEF officials, but will the membership approve it this time?

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Spring is fair at Dixter

Spring is fair at Dixter  

Great Dixter’s Spring Plant Fair comes very soon. How about a visit?

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Dogs warning for lambing season

Dogs warning for lambing season  

Spring means lambs in the fields and extra vigilance needed from dog walkers

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Waiting for the real spring

Waiting for the real spring  

A tale of spring flowers, compost and killing. Linda Harland reports

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Students practice public speaking

Students practice public speaking  

College students raise issues of concern at a meeting in the Town Hall

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Let’s go to the movies!

Let’s go to the movies!  

Disney brings the story of Beauty and the Beast to life with Emma Watson and Dan Stevens heading a strong cast including Ewan McGregor and Ian McKellen

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Ladies Frolic around Rye

Ladies Frolic around Rye  

One of our lesser-known small charities is doing good work

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Who cares?

Who cares?  

How do we cope with the increasing demands to care for the elderly?

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Brede WI get planting

Brede WI get planting  

A new copse springs up in Brede

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Pop-up Zephyr is back

Pop-up Zephyr is back  

Pop in to pop up Zephyr, providing a taste of the Middle East on April Fool’s day

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Gallant Casuals lose

Gallant Casuals lose  

Last Saturday March 11, Icklesham’s second team entertained Magham Down in the semi final of the Hastings FA Lower Divisions Cup. David Mayne reports

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Inquest opens on drownings

Inquest opens on drownings  

“Who is to blame ?” as a lawyer calls for a jury inquest on the Camber Sands drownings last year

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Jazz Festival springs back!

Jazz Festival springs back!  

Rye Jazz Festival is proud to announce its spring concert series with three world class artists

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Town still on for the treble

Town still on for the treble  

After getting to the final of the Hastings FA Junior Cup in their last outing Rye were hoping to reach another final this time in the Robertsbridge Intermediate Cup as they travelled away to Hawkhurst

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Bonfire boys pick woman

Bonfire boys pick woman  

Rye Bonfire Society elected new President at its recent Annual General Meeting and set a date for its popular auction of promises

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A mayor for all seasons

A mayor for all seasons  

Jonathan Breeds, Town Councillor and Mayor shares his thoughts

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Hastings Half – yard by yard

Hastings Half – yard by yard  

With the Hastings half marathon this weekend our editor recounts his own experience of running round this course a few years ago

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