Tuesday, April 24 2018

ARRCC loses its rainbow

A fuller story is emerging about the business failure of ARRCC, but there may be more to come warns the liquidator

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Care home gets planning consent

Care home gets planning consent  

The controversial care home development on Rye Hill has been given the go-ahead

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Station Approach plans shelved

Station Approach plans shelved  

East Sussex Highways no longer have plans to make Station Approach safer and more pedestrian friendly

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The history of Hastings, in Rye

The history of Hastings, in Rye  

A fascinating history in objects was the talk of the month at Rye Museum

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Rye Arts Festival holds two AGMs

Rye Arts Festival holds two AGMs  

Rye Arts Festival has reconstituted itself

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What do we do about Southern?

What do we do about Southern?  

New timetables are to be implemented soon to give an improved service – but will they?

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Revitalised Town reaches cup final

Revitalised Town reaches cup final  

Two wins in three days see Rye through to final

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Fire and Rescue Service recruits

Fire and Rescue Service recruits  

Great atmosphere between the visitors/interested parties and the professional fire fighters

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Let’s go to a show!

Let’s go to a show!  

A second chance to see Jennifer Saunders returning to the West End stage for the first time in 20 years in Oscar Wilde’s Lady Windermere’s Fan

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Catch a phisher

Catch a phisher  

Rye residents are being targeted in a phishing scam and are advised to report any similar incidents to the police hotline

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Rail timetable (more) confusion

Rail timetable (more) confusion  

Yet more trouble over the new rail timetable. Stuart Harland explains

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Iden entertained by the weather

Iden entertained by the weather  

A most ingenious and entertaining celebration of English weather in Iden

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Chilli Festival to arrive

Chilli Festival to arrive  

How hot can you take your chillies

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Cakes and Curiosities at museum

Cakes and Curiosities at museum  

Rye Museum is holding a Cakes and Curiosities event this Saturday April 20, from 2pm to 4pm at the East Street premises. All are invited “to bring an item of your own to share your memories with us. Our conservator will show and describe a couple of items from the Museum collection.” Admission is £3 including refreshments.   Source: Rye Museum

Hunter Jones moves to Market Road

Hunter Jones moves to Market Road  

There is a new lovely shop in town to visit with a beautiful aroma of soaps and candles

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Euro boost for Discovery Centre

Euro boost for Discovery Centre  

An EU grant helps early completion of the new Discovery centre

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Neighbourhood Plan: moving on

Neighbourhood Plan: moving on  

The Mayor discusses the neighbourhood plan

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Another High Street bank closes

Another High Street bank closes  

Another bank closure is announced, confirming persistent rumours

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New Chairman for conservationists

New Chairman for conservationists  

The Rye Conservation Society is about to elect a new chairman

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Let’s go to the movies!

Let’s go to the movies!  

Taken from the bestselling novel, The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society tells the story of a young writer who travels to the island in search of the story of the islanders’ struggle under the occupation

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Rye Cricket Club’s new season

Rye Cricket Club’s new season  

The cricket season is on! Martin Blincow has the details

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Forgery gang swoop on shopkeepers

Forgery gang swoop on shopkeepers  

Beware – forged £20 notes are being passed off on unsuspecting shopkeepers

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Rye Seniors’ Fair well staged

Rye Seniors’ Fair well staged  

There was plenty of advice on hand at the Rye Seniors Fair to help make the most of retirement

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A Dreadful Trade? Not really

A Dreadful Trade? Not really  

A local journalist and author desserts his natural habitat with a new book

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Nursery climbing high!

Nursery climbing high!  

Rye Nursery in Ferry Road is building on its success with new initiatives and is set to increasie in size

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Rotary walk in 20th year

Rotary walk in 20th year  

Fancy a stroll next month? Rye Rotary Club have just the answer

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Report from St Mary’s meeting

Report from St Mary’s meeting  

Expenditure a concern and recognition for a church warden

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Winchelsea open garden day

Winchelsea open garden day  

The National Garden Scheme was well supported with six open gardens in Winchelsea

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Tots and teens dance

Tots and teens dance  

The Sinden Theatre is a great space and presents eclectic theatre, musicals and shows

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Lots of questions, some answers

Lots of questions, some answers  

Other questions arose at the Town Meeting and a round up of the topics is here

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Great Dixter opens for the season

Great Dixter opens for the season  

A very successful Plant Fair celebrated the spring opening of Great Dixter House and Garden

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