Monthly Archives: January 2017

Dry summer Sloes entrants

A dry summer produced fewer entrants this year, but a quality winner was still found

Fund helps nine groups

The Rye Fund congratulates the winners of its latest round of awards

Wrestling show entertains

Which way is down as wrestling visits Rye with an entertaining show that gripped the audience

Challenging year for cricket

Rye Cricket Club will look back on a challenging year at its AGM on Sunday January 29, but celebrates its achievements and plans for 2017

Who can buy new houses?

Some new homes are being built in Rye - but do too many have old owners? Nationwide, home ownership is falling and is it time to decide who can have new homes? One town thought so. Should Rye also consider its options?

Arts Festival considers changes

Rye Arts Festival is consulting its membership on changes to its membership conditions

When is a box office hit a flop?

This critic came away from La La Land distinctly underwhelmed - as entertainment goes, this film was mediocre at best

Let’s go to the movies!

New this week, Lion tells the true story of an Indian boy's efforts to find his family, and Hacksaw Ridge portrays the struggle of unarmed American soldier and conscientious objector Desmond Ross, who saved 75 men at Okinawa

Panto time in Fairlight

Its surely not that time of year again? Oh yes it is!

Mermaid tours raise £2,500

When the Mermaid owners offered private tours of the building to raise money for charity, the idea proved extremely popular

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