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Monthly Archives: August 2015

Boot sale to support new group

Do you want to earn some money? Have you got items to sell? Then book a pitch at the Tilling Green boot sale from just £5 and support a new group at the same time.

Time to show off green fingers

Autumn starts in September and is traditionally also seen as the harvest month - so it's time to get out your green fingers and show off what you have grown as it's time for Rye's annual flower and veg show this coming Saturday, September 5.

The jazz weekend has started!

Just returned from sunny, hot France with friends, enjoying swims in the Med and in lakes, listening to a Spanish band in the Village...

Wet day leads to bumper playtime

A very wet and windy drove many more children and parents into the East Street Museum than expected - but they coped.

Rye just have edge over tourists

Rye's three cricket teams were all in action over the weekend with the 2nd and 3rd teams both missing players due to the tourist industry. Read Martin Blincow's report here

Getting enough to live on

Should the poor will be always with us? The Government seems to be doing its best to ensure the maxim holds true, writes Charlie Harkness. Even people 'in work' are struggling to afford basic necessities. And these days, being in work could mean anything from a zero hours contract, through low wages topped up by benefits, to a high flying salary enjoyed by the few

Let’s go to the movies!

This week's featured film is set against the backdrop of the early 1960s at the height of the Cold War. The Man from U.N.C.L.E. sees CIA agent Solo and KGB agent Kuryakin forced to put aside longstanding hostilities and team up on a joint mission to stop a mysterious international criminal organisation

Searching for lost lands

Ever wondered about the submerged forest at Pett Level? There will be an opportunity to mudlark and discover more over the Bank Holiday weekend, when a team of archaeologists are inviting volunteers to come and help survey and sample the trees and peat

Coastal currents wash arts here

The 2015 Coastal Currents Arts Festival celebrates its sixteenth year of exhibitions with live art pieces and special performances alongside its open studio programme.

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