Sunday, July 15 2018

NHS 70th birthday tribute

A birthday party for the NHS was celebrated by many, not just by the political party which organised the event

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Lifeguards to help kitesurfers

Lifeguards to help kitesurfers  

RNLI lifeguards at Camber are not just there for the holidaymakers

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Charleston, not Bloomsbury

Charleston, not Bloomsbury  

Enjoy the home of some of the Bloomsbury Set, Charleston, on a perfect summer’s day

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Pirate capital of the world

Pirate capital of the world  

On Sunday, July 15, pirates will be out in force at Hastings, writes Kenneth Bird. Hastings is acclaimed in the Guinness Book of Records as hosting the world’s largest gathering of pirates. Starting in the High Street at 2pm, the Parade of the Kraken winds its course across the Bourne, down All Saints Street to “Winkle Island” and then to “Port Royal” aka Hastings Town Centre. Then the action follows as per the programme. Recommended costume gear includes eye patch, striped trousers, frilly shirt, sword, dagger, pistol, sea boots, bandana, and pirate hat of your choice.

Musical treat at Gala Opera night

Musical treat at Gala Opera night  

Don’t miss the Hastings Philharmonic Choir at the start of their next season, their sound is phenomenal

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Let’s go to a show!

Let’s go to a show!  

There is a second chance to see the Royal Ballet’s latest version of Swan Lake, in a week that also brings a new theatrical production of Romeo and Juliet straight from Stratford-upon-Avon

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Sea Sunday service

The annual Sea Sunday service is planned to take place at the Slipway, Rye Harbour on July 15 at 1:30pm, organised by Churches Together The alternative venue of Rye Harbour church is offered in the seemingly unlikely event of it being wet weather. The Revd. Ian Pruden (Methodist Minister) will preach. Bring a packed lunch to eat from 12:30pm. Donations are invited to the Sailors’ Society.   Source: Churches Together

 

Free World Cup seats at Kino

Free World Cup seats at Kino  

The Kino is showing the World Cup final on Sunday July 15 with free entry

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Open-air Merchant of Venice

Open-air Merchant of Venice  

A professional Shakespeare performance is coming to the area

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Inadequate but improving – Ofsted

Inadequate but improving – Ofsted  

Rye College received a poor report from Ofsted, but are things improving

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Riverside path approved

Riverside path approved  

Rother approve moving the riverside path but there are still concerns that it will be subject to regular flooding

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Winchelsea Arts season opens

Winchelsea Arts season opens  

Winchelsea begins its fourth music season this Saturday

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Sailability day for students

Sailability day for students  

Rye Harbour Sailing Clubs welcomes students for ‘Sailability’ day

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MarshLink’s reliability

MarshLink’s reliability  

Southern have two spare trains – but potentially in the wrong place

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Friends of St Mary’s outing

Friends of St Mary’s outing  

The Friends annual tour of Marsh churches produced, as always, some interesting historical insights

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Writers’ room at the Bookshop

Writers’ room at the Bookshop  

Anyone can write poetry, and sharing ideas in a workshop is a good place to start

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Festival of the Sea

Festival of the Sea  

Let’s all mess about on the river

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Lamb Players live on

Lamb Players live on  

No longer resident at Lamb House, the Lamb Players bring their newest production to Fairlight Hall

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Turning the tide

Turning the tide  

It is not too late to turn the tide of plastic on our beaches and in our seas

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Let’s go to the movies!

Let’s go to the movies!  

Mary Shelley and Incredibles 2 make their debuts this week, and watch out for the live showing of the World Cup final on Sunday July 15, with free entry

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And the sun shone for conservation

And the sun shone for conservation  

Summer days were made for garden parties and cream teas

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Roland Jarvis retrospective

Roland Jarvis retrospective  

An interesting retrospective worth a visit at Rye Art Gallery

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The man who spoke in pictures

The man who spoke in pictures  

Here is an opportunity to see a classic film from the 1950s showing at the Kino

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Rye 1st XI win thrilling victory

Rye 1st XI win thrilling victory  

Another convincing result for Rye C.C. 1st XI

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Nash on Wednesday

Nash on Wednesday  

Artist Paul Nash was another of the eccentrics who gravitated to Rye in the last century

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Flower and veg show coming up

Flower and veg show coming up  

Start straightening those beans and feeding the roses, the flower and veg show is coming

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Marine ecosystems need our help

Marine ecosystems need our help  

Are we right to welcome the relaxation of fishing restrictions? Dominic Manning argues that we should be careful what we wish for

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Bonfire link to Playden fire

Bonfire link to Playden fire  

The destruction by fire of two homes in Playden was caused by a bonfire not fully doused

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Sussex Heritage Trust award

Sussex Heritage Trust award  

The conversion of a solicitor’s office in Watchbell Street wins an award from Sussex Heritage Trust

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Camber parking round-up

Camber parking round-up  

Summer visitors to Camber beach and the new parking regime at the Western car park are making life intolerable, say villagers

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Sea Cadets on parade at TS Rye

Sea Cadets on parade at TS Rye  

Sea cadets and marines were on parade at Training Ship, Rye, ready for inspection

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