Sunday, May 20 2018

Two saved in river rescues

Two rescues from River Rother in two weeks

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Discovery Centre launches appeal

Discovery Centre launches appeal  

Money is needed for the new Discovery Centre

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Sondheim musical comes to town

Sondheim musical comes to town  

London theatre comes to Rye

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Parents can play too

Parents can play too  

Inspirational tennis from parents and children

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Cinque Ports Hundred 2018

Cinque Ports Hundred 2018  

100 miles in 48 hours is a challenge accepted by 500 walkers over the May Bank Holiday

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Let’s go to a show!

Let’s go to a show!  

Book now for next month’s upcoming treats of Oscar Wilde’s An Ideal Husband from London’s Vaudeville Theatre; Swan Lake from the Royal Ballet; Sir Simon Rattle’s farewell performance and, of course, it’s Glyndebourne season

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Casuals end season on high note

Casuals end season on high note  

The season ends with promotion for Casuals first team

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The Manor of Mote in Iden

The Manor of Mote in Iden  

A manor in Iden. But where?

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Art prints on show

Art prints on show  

Printmakers make their mark at Rye Art Gallery in the latest exhibition

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Smart Parking? Or not so smart?

Yet another case of mismanagement by Smart Parking?

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Swap Shop brings them in

Swap Shop brings them in  

The recycling swap shops on a Saturday morning remain a popular social event

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AsIs at the Queen’s

AsIs at the Queen’s  

The Queens Head rocked on Saturday

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Attic sale raises charity cash

Attic sale raises charity cash  

The participants of the attic sale on Saturday May 12, would like to thank the Rye locals and visitors for their generosity, kindness and community spirit, writes Enid Ahlstrom. The power of people to come together is very healthy. They supported our fundraising efforts for the Rye Hospital on behalf of our dear friend Sara Charles. Sara and her husband Michael are currently in New Zealand but she inspired us to carry on with her annual attic sale. Rain or shine, it was a wonderful day and a total of £475 was raised.

Music can unite the world

Music can unite the world  

It will be a truly unique experience to attend the concerts offered at the Opus Theatre, Hastings

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Wellington finally gets to France

Wellington finally gets to France  

Martin Wimbush takes the Duke of Wellington to France and gets a warm reception from the English

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High Tide

High Tide  

Water, water, everywhere

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Fairlight open gardens

Fairlight open gardens  

Come on garden lovers, the open garden season is here

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What happens in September?

What happens in September?  

Our schools appear to be in trouble, so what is going to happen to them?

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More on that timetable

More on that timetable  

The MarshLink Action Group chairman has further thoughts on the new timetable and offers a glimpse of things to come

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Let’s go to the movies!

Let’s go to the movies!  

The joking superhero is back in Deadpool 2, while Amy Schumer struggles with body image in I feel Pretty and four of Britain’s finest actresses, Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, Eileen Atkins and Joan Plowright celebrate their careers in Nothing Like A Dame

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Fourth place finish for Town

Fourth place finish for Town  

Town’s successful return draws to a close

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Business Forum talks GDPR

Business Forum talks GDPR  

The next two meetings of the Forum will feature GDPR and promoting the town and its businesses

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Hastings winners play at picnic

Hastings winners play at picnic  

Hastings Piano Concerto Competition prizewinners’ recital is to be held in Fairlight Hall

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Etching illustrated

Etching illustrated  

Rye Art Gallery has started a new lecture programme

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RCS donates to Landgate

RCS donates to Landgate  

The Rye Conservation Society has agreed to donate £1,000 towards the restoration of the Landgate

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Music for a summer evening

Music for a summer evening  

On June 2 The Occasional Consort will be returning to St Thomas’ Church, Winchelsea with a mixed program of music entitled “Music for a summer evening,” writes Gary Dyer. Among the works they will be performing are Telemann’s Jesu mein freude, Purcell’s O sing unto the Lord and a selection of British folk songs. Led by Anne Whiteman with accompanist Shirley Carey and instrumentalists led by Peter Field, the concert begins at 7:30pm with tickets at £10 (to include a glass of wine) available on the door.

Thanks to the Conquest

Conquest Hospital wins high praise for caring treatment

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Fascinating architecture

Fascinating architecture  

Why and how were the old buildings of Rye and Winchelsea built in the way they were? The Winchelsea Archaeological Society finds out.

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How sure is their refuge?

How sure is their refuge?  

A fictional account of a Syrian refugee family is firmly based on the author’s personal experiences

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Ethel Loves in awards finals

Ethel Loves in awards finals  

A local concept shop is in line for an award

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Festival to welcome refugees

Festival to welcome refugees  

A cultural feast of fun will take place in Battle at the end of June, to welcome people fleeing persecution, war and discrimnation

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