Friday, December 9 2016

Beginning to feel like Christmas

Christmas is nearly here and this week’s Rye News headlines as many events from the weekends Christmas in Rye celebrations as possible

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Townscape awards at party

Townscape awards at party  

The Conservation Society townscape awards are traditionally announced at the AGM in April, but this year they were handed out at the pre-Christmas party

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Parking? Not a policing problem

Parking? Not a policing problem  

Sussex Police have made it clear that antisocial parking is a matter for residents and traders to resolve

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Unfriendly Friends

Unfriendly Friends  

The Friends of Rye Art Gallery met to try and move forward. Some progress was made

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The Wiley Wolf returns

The Wiley Wolf returns  

Three stages – and lots, lots more as “Tales of Old” taps into a whole range of “cultural activities”

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Racing Santas, flying puds

Racing Santas, flying puds  

Beware the flying puddings – and check out Santa’s clothing

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Rye Fund making a difference

Rye Fund making a difference  

The Rye Fund has held its eighth round of annual grant-making since its foundation in 2008

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Business networking group meets

Business networking group meets  

A local networking group proves useful for entrepreneurs, professional business people and sole traders, in exchanging news, contacts and ideas

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Fiddlers’ Knight

Fiddlers’ Knight  

Peter Knight’s Gigspanner warmed up a cold evening and made the rafters of Winchelsea church ring with magical music

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Pump restoration gets approval

Pump restoration gets approval  

At long last the Pump in Church Street is to be restored

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Sloe up your gin

Sloe up your gin  

The date for the 2017 Rye News sloe gin competition has been announced – just six weeks to go

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Wall of Sound goes to town

Wall of Sound goes to town  

The Rye choir performed at a star-studded London venue this week

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The Ticket Man retires

The Ticket Man retires  

With Gordon Bourn’s retirement, another living landmark of Rye leaves the scene

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New manager Gallivants in

New manager Gallivants in  

The Camber “restaurant with rooms” welcomes a new manager from London

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Andy Wood, PPRI, RBA

Andy Wood, PPRI, RBA  

The death has been announced of one of Rye’s prominent artists

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Honorary Freeman

Honorary Freeman  

At the council meeting on Monday, December 5, writes Kenneth Bird, Lesley Brownbill was honoured as a Freeman of Rye, in recognition of her contribution over many years to the cultural life of the town and particularly for her work with the Ryesingers.

Photo: Ray Prewer

 

 

Now Southern cancels buses

Now Southern cancels buses  

Not only can Southern not run a train service – it now seems they can’t run a replacement bus service either

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Seasonal fare at Lamb House

Seasonal fare at Lamb House  

The Christmas season has begun with music and stories

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Something for everyone all day

Something for everyone all day  

Saturday’s “Tales of Old” celebrating Christmas 2016 should have something for everyone

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Let’s go to the movies!

Let’s go to the movies!  

Tom Hanks stars in the real-life story of airline pilot “Sully” Sullenberger, who in 2009 landed his stricken plane on the icy waters of New York’s Hudson River, saving the lives of all 155 people aboard

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Amber Rudd on our rail service

Amber Rudd on our rail service  

Our MP gives her views on the current rail problems

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Community Centre in good health

Community Centre in good health  

The Community Centre on Conduit Hill continues to provide a central venue for many public and social events in the town

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And for the grand finale

And for the grand finale  

Saturday’s “Tales of Old” Christmas spectacular should have something for everyone – and you will find it in every part of the town

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Book now for Colts winter cricket coaching

Book now for Colts winter cricket coaching  

Rye Cricket Club start their Colts coaching program in February

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Better Together?

Better Together?  

The Hospital at Rye has exciting developments in hand at the top of the hill

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Raffle rewards success

Raffle rewards success  

St Mary’s knitting group raffle brings unexpected results for Samara’s Aid Appeal

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Flower and veg show funds garden

Flower and veg show funds garden  

ARRCC have received a donation which will allow them to develop a new garden

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Christmas Fair at St Mary’s

Christmas Fair at St Mary’s  

The annual event proved popular with bargain hunters wanting to support good causes

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Festive beach clean up

Festive beach clean up  

Over 40 volunteers turned up at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve to help us clean our beach in glorious sunshine, writes Linda Wren. Half a trailer load of mostly plastic was collected. It must now be the cleanest beach in Sussex. Volunteers were rewarded with a well-deserved hot cup of soup afterwards. A big thanks to all!                             Photo: Rye Harbour Nature Reserve

Checking out Chekhov

Checking out Chekhov  

An extra helping from the Rye Arts Festival, this year when the Euphonia Studio returns with three short Chekhov plays

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Time to tell tales

Time to tell tales  

With only eight days to go, now it is time to tell “Tales of Old” as we kick-start the Christmas season in Rye with a one-day action packed festival

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