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Archive for April, 2016

Rye’s cricketers back in action

April 28 2016.

The cricket season is under way and Rye CC 1st XI started with a comfortable win. Martin Blincow reports

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Boulevardiers have fun in the sun

April 28 2016.

Boules or bowls – something for everyone

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Last game for popular manager

April 28 2016.

Presentations are made to Rob Sayer after a successful period as manager of Beckley Rangers U18 squad

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Slow life at the Community Garden

April 28 2016.

Humans, dogs. birds and a reptile turned out in force to help dig for victory at the weekend

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Success for Rye News

April 28 2016.
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We put an advert in Rye News for a gardener at Rye Hospital a few weeks ago, writes Katie Gurney.. The vacancy has now been filled so I would be grateful if, when you revise your copy, you would remove it please.
You may like to know that the post was filled by someone who saw it in Rye News as opposed to our adverts elsewhere. Many thanks.

Rye Conservation Society AGM

April 28 2016.

The Society’s AGM, chaired by John Griffiths, short, concise and informative but of course lunch at the Mermaid was waiting, about 50 participants looking forward to it.

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Macbeth elicits howls of laughter

April 28 2016.

A show at Smallhythe Barn theatre provided an hilarious treat for its sell out audience

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Camber Sands to be privatised?

April 28 2016.

Yet another local asset is to be disposed of by a regional authority. Will visitors now be charged to go on to the beach as well as to use the car parks?

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The beacons light up

April 28 2016.

The Rye beacon and fireworks celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday

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Winchelsea celebrates with fire

April 28 2016.

Winchelsea had the Queen’s representative in attendance to help with their birthday celebrations

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St George’s Day Parade

April 28 2016.

St George’s Day saw the traditional parade through the town

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Loyal Toast with tea and scones

Loyal Toast with tea and scones
April 28 2016.

The regular Friday morning Community Market put on its glad rags, dusted off its best china and raised a cup of cheering tea to toast the Queen in celebration of her birthday last week.

 

 

Get them while they’re hot

April 28 2016.

Mayor making is here again, but watch out for those hot pennies

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Camber has its own prom

April 26 2016.

The long-awaited sea wall improvements at Camber are now completed

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Nine goals and nine men

April 21 2016.

Last Saturday (16 April) saw Icklesham 1st and 2nd team in action the 1st team entertained Peasmarsh in the East Sussex Football League 2 whilst the 2nd team travelled away to Eastbourne to face Parkfield in the East Sussex Football League 5.

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Sailors push the boat out

April 28 2016.

Rye Harbour Sailing Club encourage you come and try sailing again this year

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Casuals find their scoring boots

April 28 2016.

Last weekend saw Icklesham Casuals travel away to face Peche Hill Select II in the East Sussex Football League 2 whilst the 2nd Icklesham team entertained Battle Baptists III at their recreation ground in the East Sussex Football League 5

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Rangers finish with seven

April 28 2016.

Beckley Rangers Eagles U18s ended their season in seventh heaven as they entertained Sedlescombe on Sunday April 24. Rob Sayers reports

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Europe, in or out?

April 28 2016.

In or out? A view from a historical perspective on a decision that will affect us all

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Last chance for local artists

April 28 2016.

Roll up, roll up for the last weekend of the RSA show at the Rye Art Gallery on the High Street. An eclectic mix of abstract and realistic, paintings, ceramics, prints and photographs, visitors will be given food for thought and manna for the soul

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Compare a book to a garden

April 28 2016.

A fascinating exhibition from an original premise at Smallhythe

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Stoner is the book for May

April 28 2016.

A new book for a book club this month

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Marsh Link reviewed at MLAG AGM

April 28 2016.

Javelin service, bi-mode trains, speed limits were all discussed at the AGM of the Marsh Link Action Group

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Getting to grips with parking

April 28 2016.

To follow up the open meeting with the Police and Crime Commissioner last month, police representatives met with Rye Town councilors and local residents to consider options for tackling illegal parking

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Police seek alcoholic hoodie

April 28 2016.

A series of break-ins is being investigated by police

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Cats and dogs chipped for free

April 28 2016.

The Tilling Green ‘chippers’ had plenty of work last Sunday

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Cakes and curiosities

April 28 2016.

Rye Castle Museum has a small celebration for the Queen’s 90th birthday

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Rother’s double dealing?

April 28 2016.

Rother are at it again, disposing of Rye’s assets that they acquired free – and what are our RDC councillors doing about it?

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Maxine’s Elysian vision

April 26 2016.

Surprisingly, Rye has not had an alternative therapy centre – until now. Tony McLaughlin reports on a new venture opening shortly

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Rye Council to quiz Glazier

April 21 2016.

The Town Council is to quiz chairman of Rye Partnership following claims of mismanagement and lack of competence

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