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Archive for September, 2016

Let’s go to the movies!

September 29 2016.

This week’s featured movie is The Girl on the Train – Rachel is devastated by her recent divorce and spends her daily commute fantasising about the seemingly perfect couple who live in a house that her train passes every day, until one morning she sees something shocking happen there and becomes entangled in the mystery that unfolds

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A community opera, a true story

September 29 2016.

A true story of hope, redemption and forgiveness, I feel the opera of the year by a community company

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New Road residents demand action

September 29 2016.

It is time we curbed excessive speeding along New Road on the A259 before a fatality occurs, say local residents

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Nature needs more friends

September 29 2016.

Outline plans for the new visitor centre at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve were shown to the Friends group at their AGM. They will shortly go forward for public consultation and planning application

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Arts Festival builds to climax

September 29 2016.

The Rye Arts Festival is entering its last couple of days, but it will end with a bang, minature engraving and a Colombian harp

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RNLI rescue yacht for second time

September 28 2016.

The Rye Harbour lifeboat was called out to assist a sailing yacht in trouble off the Harbour entrance

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No lifeguards at Camber yet

September 28 2016.

Lifeguards were finally provided at Camber for the last days of the summer holidays. But what about next year?

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Marwood and Madzar are magic

September 28 2016.

An evening of pure magic from a world class duo

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An American’s local views

September 28 2016.

American Mary Cooper has been visiting Rye since 1968. Read why

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A fashionable Niche

September 27 2016.

Fashion and jewels! (and hats and hair and makeup) all go to make a wonderful show to raise money for a new minibus

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Tasty treats at St Bartholomew’s

September 27 2016.

St Bartholomew’s Extra Care centre is opening its doors in aid of Macmillan nurses

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Beach Hut opens at Gallivant

September 26 2016.

Treat yourself at the Gallivant, relax, feel better

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Priming the pump

September 26 2016.

The pump in Church Square is deteriorating and urgently needs repair. But who is responsible for it?

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An artist tells his story

September 25 2016.

A furniture maker brought up in Rye fails to make his fortune in London, so turns to what he loves most, being an artist

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A close run thing

September 22 2016.

A light wind and calm sea made for some competitive racing for the cruisers

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Busy time at the Arts Festival

September 29 2016.

Rye News in-house culture vulture Heidi Foster discusses a few of her own personal highlights during the two weeks of the Rye Arts Festival

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New restaurant scoops award

September 29 2016.

The new restaurant at Rye Lodge hotel has won an award after visitors ranked it high

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The Sun shines on Camber

September 29 2016.

Crumbs! Mary Berry is apparently coming to Camber this weekend for a Great British Bake Off themed event for staff and readers of the Sun newspaper

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Wheeling out funds

Wheeling out funds
September 29 2016.

On September 26, The Rye Wheelers presented Grace O’Neill, Chief Executive of  ARRCC (Activities, Respite, Rehabilition Care Centres) and ARRCC Elders, with a very generous cheque for £455 from funds raised at their “Up for Lunch” event, held on September 4, writes Irna Mortlock.

Rye Wheelers are great supporters of local charity ARRCC and will be looking to do some more fundraising at next year’s “Up for Lunch”, which will include a team from ARRCC.

 

Town performs well despite loss

September 29 2016.

Last Saturday September 24, in a match sponsored by Lee Gammon of LG projects Carpentry and Building, Rye were in cup action as they entertained premier division high flyers Hollington United in the East Sussex Football League President’s Cup. Shane Ridgers reports

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A busy year at Rye Sea Cadets

September 28 2016.

The Chairman of the Unit Management Committee outlines the activities of the Sea Cadets over the last year

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How secure are our borders?

September 28 2016.

Despite increased security measures, some immigrant craft still make it across the Channel unnoticed

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Some enchanted evening

September 28 2016.

Iden Church was the venue for an evening with the Perfect Fifth. Melodies, comedy, light opera – it had it all

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Hospice seeks new board members

September 27 2016.

Would you fit the bill? Read on to see what St Michael’s is looking for

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Blown across the Marsh

September 27 2016.

Despite strong headwinds, the 10th Tour was a great success, generating a substantial sum for Rye and Winchelsea Rotary Club to distribute

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WEA – autumn courses for adults

September 27 2016.

The autumn session of classes for adults is due to start shortly and Andy Stuart has the details

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Landgate report imminent

September 26 2016.

The architect’s report on the condition of the Landgate is due shortly. Will this finally determine it’s future?

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Murder mystery at the Mermaid

September 26 2016.

A murder is announced – at the Mermaid

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Southern Rail – time to intervene

September 23 2016.

The view from the Marsh Link Action Group on the current strike situation at Southern Railway

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Home sweet home for Rye

September 22 2016.

Last Saturday September 17, in a match sponsored by Dom Cruttenden of Rye Heating, Rye Town FC played their first home game of the season as they entertained JC Tackleway at the Salts in the Macron East Sussex Football League Division One. Dan Lake reports

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