Tuesday, July 25 2017

Council house has its problems

Neighbourhood plan, Heritage Centre, discounted accommodation and Bexhill were all discussed at a Town Council committee this week

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Long road ahead yet for parking

Long road ahead yet for parking  

This month the Business Forum discussed the thorny question of parking control

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In search of rarest flowers

In search of rarest flowers  

Rye Harbour Nature Reserve can show a huge diversity of wildflife, but the search for the rarest flowers needs an expert guide

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Together in electric dreams

Together in electric dreams  

With two major announcements predicting the death of the internal combustion engine, how will Rye adapt to an electric future?

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Lifeboat launches three times

Lifeboat launches three times  

A busy start to the week for the new lifeboat

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Lifeboat holds Open Day

Lifeboat holds Open Day  

Come and see the new inshore lifeboat at Rye Harbour

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Songs for a Summer Evening

Songs for a Summer Evening  

Some wonderful music, beautifully performed for a perfect summer’s evening

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Bexhill Governance

Bexhill Governance  
You write:

A reader expresses his concerns over the attitude of RDC to the Bexhill Governance Review

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More stupid parking

More stupid parking  

Yet another example of thoughtless parking causing chaos

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Wheelers invade France

Wheelers invade France  

The Wheelers were represented in France by two groups in June, one taking on Brittany and the other the Loire Valley.

The common theme throughout was: good food, good wine and good company – and a love of cycling. No racing took place or was expected, just casual rides in the beautiful countryside of France soaking up the best they could offer us. We are lucky indeed to be so close to France and The Wheelers will take advantage of that at every opportunity, why not join us soon?

Hello Herbie II to the rescue

Hello Herbie II to the rescue  

Rye Harbour’s new RNLI lifeboat made its maiden voyage earlier this month

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Music at the Monastery

Music at the Monastery  

Rye’s medieval monastery is to be used for an amazing classical recital

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Cricketers make it a hat trick

Cricketers make it a hat trick  

Town cricketers had a successful weekend at home and away

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High and dry for Benson Rye day

High and dry for Benson Rye day  

Fans of EF Benson, who wrote the Mapp and Lucia novels, gathered to celebrate the author in the 150th year of his birth

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Sailing Club builds on success

Sailing Club builds on success  

The Sailing Club continues its successful programme of taster sessions and also some racing

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White Vine to strip off?

White Vine to strip off?  

The White Vine may look a little different shortly

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Rafts, boats and shanties

Rafts, boats and shanties  

The Festival of the Sea is here

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Jazz & Blues Festival launch

Jazz & Blues Festival launch  

The full details of the Rye Jazz & Blues Festival 2017 are here

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Wind and wave test dinghies

Wind and wave test dinghies  

Weather conditions made for exciting racing last weekend

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Let’s go to the movies!

Let’s go to the movies!  

The marauding monkeys are back as they and dastardly humans fight each other for survival

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Secrets of Priory revealed

Secrets of  Priory revealed  

A look back in time as members visit a ruin steeped in history

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First XI top the league

First XI top the league  

Three wins and one tie as the Rye cricketers continue a successful season

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Our trains – this is progress?

Our trains – this is progress?  

Southern have brought trouble upon themselves – but not everything is their fault.

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When Shakespeare came to Rye

When Shakespeare came to Rye  

The riddle of whether Shakespeare really did come to Rye with his company has finally been solved

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Only eight lives left for Bertie

Only eight lives left for Bertie  

There was joy in East Street as Bertie the bold tomcat was found and returned home

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Festival Queen chosen

Festival Queen chosen  

The town’s maritime connections are being celebrated next week and we have all the details

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Country Show ready to roll

Country Show ready to roll  

Full details of the Country Show are now announced

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Landgate – no more excuses

Landgate – no more excuses  

Now that other matters, allegedly taking up all available manpower for Rother District Council, are complete, it is time deal, once and for all, with the question of the Landgate

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Accident at South Undercliff

A motorcyclist was hurt in a collision with a van on Saturday morning, July 8, near the bend on South Undercliff, by the turning into Rock Channel.

South East Coast Ambulance Service report that ambulance crews, including a critical care paramedic, attended the scene following reports of the collision at approximately 8.15am. The male motorcyclist, aged in his 50s, was assessed and treated for injuries, including leg injuries, before being taken to William Harvey Hospital, Ashford.

Source: E.Sussex police

 

Quiet sail to Eastbourne

Quiet sail to Eastbourne  

Motor-sailing to Eastbourne and back

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Beware of the cows

Beware of the cows  

Our farming correspondent, Simon Wright, offers some thoughts on the possible dangers facing walkers in the countryside

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