Sunday, June 25 2017

No controls on new homes

Should limits be placed on who can build what for what market ? The town council has been looking west for ideas

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Dunes need kind minder

Dunes need kind minder  

Government cuts are affecting who will look after Camber’s Sand Dunes. Any offers ?

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Third ukulele fest arriving soon

Third ukulele fest arriving soon  

Come together with ukulele enthusiasts and enjoy a great day

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Our undervalued asset

Our undervalued asset  

Why don’t we do more to promote this under-used part of the town?

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Cadets tackle tough challenge

Cadets tackle tough challenge  

Local cadets acquit themselves well at inter-service challenge

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Helping Playden parents

Helping Playden parents  

Support for charity helping parents and children in the Playden area

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Masterclasses for music festival

Masterclasses for music festival  

The Peasmarsh Chamber Music Festival returns with its education work in Beckley and Peasmarsh schools

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Midsummer fayre at the museum

Midsummer fayre at the museum  

Fingers crossed. Fine weather promised. All very fateful for the museum.

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Sea Cadet in D-Day commemoration

Sea Cadet in D-Day commemoration  

A local Sea Cadet represented Rye for the 73rd D-Day commemorations

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Artists’ open house in Ore

Artists’ open house in Ore  

Take time out to visit Ore Farmhouse Place, where there is just one week-end left of Art in the Garden

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Jam yesterday, but not tomorrow

Jam yesterday, but not tomorrow  

Let’s go to the beach. Where ? Camber Sands. But can we get there ?

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Its all about the terroir

Its all about the terroir  

Our newcomers to the town leave their favourite hostelries to see where the contents of their glasses comes from

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Who ‘deserves’ a council house?

How are the occupants of the town’s new council house to be chosen?

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Rye’s council house, how it works

Rye’s council house, how it works  

The Town Council does its bit to help local people find a home in Rye by purchasing a house in the town

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Free wheelers in France

Free wheelers in France  

The Wheelers swap the Marsh levels for the French countryside and Gallic hospitality

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Perfect weather for Ladies Cup

Perfect weather for Ladies Cup  

A good day’s racing in perfect conditions last weekend

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Rye News – please take our survey

Rye News – please take our survey  

Rye News is going to enhance and improve the site. We need to know what you think.

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New Road Artists cross the bridge

New Road Artists cross the bridge  

Well worth a visit, an eclectic and interesting exhibition

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First’s double centuries

First’s double centuries  

Cricketers do feel the heat – but still knock up the runs

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Let’s go to the movies!

Let’s go to the movies!  

Diane Keaton and Brendan Gleeson star in Hampstead, a romance based on a true story, about an American widow who helps a man living rough on Hampstead Heath fight the developers who want to destroy his home

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Timely welcome home for John

Timely welcome home for John  

Rye residents have been expressing concern about the health and fortune of our famous clock in the Norman church

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Sailing suffers variable weather

Sailing suffers variable weather  

A changeable weekend for the sailors, with sunshine on the Saturday but strong winds for Sunday’s racing

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Dunkirk beach cinema at Camber

Dunkirk beach cinema at Camber  

An open-air viewing of the film Dunkirk is to be screened on Camber beach in September

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Rye Film Club summer programme

Rye Film Club summer programme  

Rye Film release their Summer 2017 programme

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Vintage sale at the Mermaid Inn

Vintage sale at the Mermaid Inn  

Vintage Fair at the Mermaid Inn. This weekend in a perfect venue

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Scones held up by jam

Scones held up by jam  

Cream teas nearly spoilt by clotted Camber trippers

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All aboard the High Speed?

All aboard the High Speed?  

With Amber Rudd’s reduced majority does that mean she will invest more time in delivering the High Speed to Rye and Hastings?

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Artists open their doors

Artists open their doors  

Two weekends left to see artists at work and visit their studios.

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Cricketers’ good season continues

Cricketers’ good season continues  

The Cricket Club continues a successful season despite a blow to the 1st XI

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No wellies needed. Just rock

No wellies needed. Just rock  

Leave your wellies at home. This rock fest is forecast to be sunny!

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Try open water swimming

Try open water swimming  

Why not swap the pool for open water

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