Sunday, June 24 2018

Rumbling in the Sussex Fisheries

Concern over the future of the local fishing industry

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Coastal Revival for the Landgate?

Coastal Revival for the Landgate?  

A bid to the Coastal Revival Fund might help the Landgate

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White flowers and a farewell

White flowers and a farewell  

A magnificent garden opens for the last time

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What should we do with our cars?

What should we do with our cars?  

The parking problem in both Camber and Rye are not going to go away unless a brave solution can be found

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Friends to tour Marsh

Friends to tour Marsh  

Many historic churches are to be found on the marshes – so go and visit!

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Three cheers for Sussex Day

Three cheers for Sussex Day  

New crier introduced with drums

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Yet another parking complaint

Yet another parking complaint  
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The complaints about Smart Parking keep coming in

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Music to Rye Harbour RNLI’s ears

Music to Rye Harbour RNLI’s ears  

Another successful musical fundraiser

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Napoleon the social reformer

Napoleon the social reformer  

Napoleon’s social reforms offered Europe freedom equality and fraternity for all citizens

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Blato Zlato at the Opus

Blato Zlato at the Opus  

Just one of the exciting international performances at the Opus theatre in Hastings

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Let’s go to a show!

Let’s go to a show!  

Another chance to see the acclaimed production of Swan lake from the Royal Opera House on Monday June 25, and news also of another opportunity to see Oscar Wilde’s An Ideal Husband with a star-studded cast

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Festivals, fairs and fetes

Festivals, fairs and fetes  

As midsummer arrives, festivals, fetes and fairs abound in villages and towns

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Unequal German romantics

Unequal German romantics  

Do visit St Dunstan church in Snargate, a lovely church in Romney Marsh which sometimes hosts beautiful concerts

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Royals spotted at Jempson’s

Royals spotted at Jempson’s  

Perhaps it was no surprise that the Duke of Sussex should pop across to Rye to celebrate Sussex Day, on Saturday June 16, writes Seana Lanigan. True, he was looking a little younger than normal, but no doubt married life suits him. His grandma, the Queen, was in the back seat with her husband Prince Philip next to her. The front passenger seat was empty but we assume Meghan, Duchess of Sussex had popped into the supermarket to stock up on necessities. On Saturdays, you can often pick up a bargain.

Summer Fair at East Street

Summer Fair at East Street  

If you have not been to the Museum before, now is the time to visit

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From Christmas tree to blankets

From Christmas tree to blankets  

St Michael’s church, Betchworth presents a green gift for Syria to the knitters at St Mary’s church Rye

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Architect inspects St Mary’s

Architect inspects St Mary’s  

An architect’s inspection follows the recent fall of masonry at the west end of St Mary’s church

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Merchant of Venice on the road

Merchant of Venice on the road  

Bowler Crab players returned to the Mermaid with a new sparkling production of the Merchant of Venice

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Good weekend for Cricket Club

Good weekend for Cricket Club  

Good news from both players and club house

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Let’s go to the movies!

Let’s go to the movies!  

Ocean’s 8 makes its debut this week with a cast of eight female villains led by Sandra Bullock in place of the male protagonists of previous versions. Britain’s Helen Bonham Carter also stars

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A money-making scheme?

Yet another inappropriate fine at Camber

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Mixed week for bowls teams

Results were not as perfect as the greens

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Carnival for Christmas 2018

Carnival for Christmas 2018  

Plans for the Christmas Festival are well advanced with a travelling carnival theme

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Winchelsea gardens open

Winchelsea gardens open  

Winchelsea residents throw open their secret gardens and cellars

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Care facility moves forward

Care facility moves forward  

AARRC’s replacement welcomes local politicos

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Rye’s Great Pilgrimage 90

Rye’s Great Pilgrimage 90  

Local Members of the Royal British Legion to represent Rye at WW1 Commemorations in Belgium

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Murder served and solved

The murder-mystery fundraising supper held at the St Mary Centre on June 8 proved a really great evening, writes Chris Emson. 60 plus people came and we cleared £550 to help raise funds for an outreach worker for Family Support Work to help Rye families in difficulties. The Playden players did us proud; they wrote a special play based on our poster A  Murder is Served. Everyone enjoyed the evening  and some guessed who the murderer was. A ploughman’s supper  was enjoyed and I want to thank all my helpers and everyone for coming.

 

 

Local Nursery makes a splash

Local Nursery makes a splash  

Ducks and a tunnel in Ferry Road

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Beautiful music to raise funds

Beautiful music to raise funds  

A concert in support of the Rye Harbour Nature Reserve marked the opening of a new concert and theatrical venue

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Answers from Academy Trust

Answers from Academy Trust  

The Rye Academy Trust answers our questions

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Sheikh-up for Hastings Pier

Sheikh-up for Hastings Pier  

Hastings locals infuriated by possible pier sell-off

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