Monthly Archives: May 2014

Crimson field of remembrance

Poppies are planted in Winchelsea to remember the Great War

Residents’ views sought

People of Rye are to be surveyed in June about the town's Neighbourhood Plan priorities

Sign of the times

Every year local roads are plagued with hoardings advertising caravan sales and the unofficial signage is soon removed, but this year the signs look suspiciously like genuine AA signs

Creative and classy

Gifts, cards and furniture are on sale in a new Wish Ward shop that aims to support locally based artists and craftspeople and to encourage creativity

Have a great fete: splat a rat!

A lively afternoon of games, music and all manner of interesting activities is promised as well as an opportunity to view the hospital's future plans

Blooming lovely in Peasmarsh

May is when flower festivals bring colour to our historic church buildings and the exhibition at the Norman church in Peasmarsh has set a high standard

Morris men recall Merrie England

Morris dancers bring a touch of tradition to enliven the May bank holiday and entertain the local crowds

Riding for Sue Ryder

One of the Sue Ryder volunteers gives up her Saturday morning to cycle for charity in the shop window

Fast and foolish!

A speeding driver films his race through Winchelsea at over 55mph and along a rural road at 150mph, then posts it on Facebook! Police say they are powerless

Buzzing in the marsh

The RSPB is about more than just birds. At Dungeness it is helping a busy member of the bee family to return to our shores

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