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Archive for June, 2016

Let’s go to the movies!

June 30 2016.

This weeks featured movie is The Danish Girl, set in Copenhagen in 1926. Thestory follows Lili and Gerda’s quest to navigate Lili’s groundbreaking journey as a transgender pioneer

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Pre season training to begin

June 30 2016.

Rye Town fc begin pre season training on Wednesday July 6, with a 7pm start on the School Field opposite Rye Primary School TN31 7ND, writes Dan Lake. Everyone is welcome

More guidance would be good

June 30 2016.

On a brief foray into the High Street, our editor tries to make sense of the layout at the Rye Art gallery

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Rye Jazz Festival 2016

June 30 2016.

The wonderful UK Queen of Soul Mica Paris to headline Rye Jazz Festival 2016..

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Curtain Up!

June 30 2016.

Acting Up in Rye’s latest production is only a week away

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A peerless pier, fish and music

June 30 2016.

Do visit the Hastings’ Fish Festival next year, well worth it and if not yet admired the pier go and wonder around, or see a film in the open cinema or just sit and enjoy the sound of the sea and view on a nice day

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Pumpkins and sunflowers

June 30 2016.

The Primary School took over the Community Garden for a day with a mass planting of sunflowers and pumpkins

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Notes from the Council Chamber

June 30 2016.

The problem of racism dominated council proceedings this week

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Room for development?

June 30 2016.

New planning applications for house-building may get the green light more quickly, even beyond Rye’s accepted development boundary

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Rain does not stop play

June 30 2016.

Wet weather couldn’t stop the party at Tilling Green. Something Else rocked the house and home made cakes as well as other goodies made sure that visitors left full and happy

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Hard fought draw for Rye 3rd XI

June 29 2016.

Rye Cricket Club 3rd XI travelled to Crowhurst Park 4th XI to play their latest fixture in division 12, with both teams at the top of the table at the start of the day. Martin Blincow reports

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Double delight for Rye cricket

June 23 2016.

Second victory of the season for Rye cricket club against Southwater, to pick up a full 30 points in Division 4 of the Sussex Cricket League, writes Martin Blincow

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Rye’s unbeaten run ended

June 23 2016.

Rye’s 3rd Xl looked to continue there unbeaten run as they hosted Hellingly 4th Xl in their latest division 12 fixture.

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Gulls feast on filth

June 23 2016.
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Some seem to delight in creating mess and filth. Another group are trying to recycle and clear things up. Why not adopt the higher standards of birds?

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A right royal knees-up

June 23 2016.

Maybe a week late, but Market Street residents were determined to celebrate the Queen’s birthday in style, sharing hospitality with anyone who came along to join in

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‘Blow the wind Southerly’

June 30 2016.

An exciting race in testing conditions favoured the bigger boat on Sunday

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Say hello, wave goodbye to Europe

June 30 2016.

Who will be hurt most by the UK’s exit from the EU – Heidi Foster gives vent to her feelings

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Monday morning grot-spot

June 30 2016.

We might blame the seagulls, but where does the responsibility lie for keeping our streets clean? We can start at our own front door

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Musical marathon’s glorious end

June 30 2016.

The Peasmarsh Chamber Musical Festival is an established part of the Rye cultural scene and attracts many return visitors every year

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Chamber festival or orchestral?

June 30 2016.

It was not only lovers of chamber music that thronged St Mary’s church for the London Mozart Players orchestral concert

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Empty shop flowers again

June 30 2016.

Flowers, beautiful flowers

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The ‘Queen’ visits Camber

June 30 2016.

Strange lights seen on Camber Sands at night……the Queen is coming. Surely not

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From our MP

June 30 2016.

MP Amber Rudd gives an update on Marsh Link service

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Hospital opens window to beauty

June 30 2016.

Amber Rudd, MP and Louis Turpin open the new entrance window at the Hospital

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Smugglers’ tower and garden open

June 30 2016.

Peace, tranquility and a good gossip with old and new – its the annual Rye Conservation Society garden party coming up this weekend. The best home-made tea in the vicinity , a tower perfectly positioned to spy on the rest of the town and a chance to remember our lost friends, such as John Izod, pictured here

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Watham bowls Rye to victory

June 29 2016.

Rye Cricket Club looked to continue their good form as they travelled away to face Glynde and Beddingham in Division 4 of the Sussex Cricket League, writes Martin Blincow

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Sailing club pushes more boats out

June 23 2016.

The Sailing Club’s taster weekend for new sailors was so successful that they are doing it again. Commodore Caroline Wylson has the details

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In or Out, let’s deal with it

June 23 2016.

In or out – the votes have been cast and by the time you read this, the result may well be known

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Adventures of an allotmenteer

June 23 2016.

This month Sarah copes with rain, topsoil and potatoes with an Olympic capacity for growth

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A newbie’s view of Rye

June 23 2016.

Pubs, restaurants and shops – our new residents go on a gastronomic tour to see if the Town’s gastro-reputation is justified

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