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Archive for May, 2018

Hot pace for Rye 10 race

May 31 2018.

A hot humid day didn’t deter more than 100 runners

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Petanque league season starts

May 31 2018.

Get your boules out and join in the fun as the petanque season starts

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Philharmonic to play in Rye

May 31 2018.

A gala evening in a new Rye location

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Talking about prints

May 31 2018.

Rye Art Gallery hosts a talk on a master print-maker

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Double bill of village life

May 31 2018.

What’s not fit for children ?

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Rye Film Club: In Between

May 31 2018.

A compelling film at the Community Centre will be shown in the next Rye Film Club screening

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Flower show fills St Mary’s

May 31 2018.

Rye Parish Church reminds us who we serve in floral displays

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Sky full of flowers

May 31 2018.

Peasmarsh flower festival flew into the sky at the church this year

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Thanking all volunteers

May 31 2018.

Volunteers contribute a massive amount to our community – even when paddling

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Nailing new shop’s arrival

May 31 2018.

Rye’s Rope Walk has acquired a very different sort of “shop”

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Tennis club expansion approved

May 31 2018.

Tennis club “shed” approved despite unanswered issues

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Southern continue to fail

May 31 2018.

Trains cancelled and the new timetable just not working

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A ‘new’ river path to nowhere

May 31 2018.

The new houses are nearing completion along Rock Channel but if the riverside walk isn’t completed soon, the new owners won’t be allowed to move in

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Help for Romney Marsh churches

May 31 2018.

Maintaining the historic churches of Romney Marsh is a work needing many friends

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Bonfire auction raises £6,000

May 31 2018.

An Auction of Promises in aid of Rye Bonfire Society raised more than £6,000

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Another chance to get on the water

May 31 2018.

Success for RHSC and Sailability as warm weather and sunshine encourages new sailors

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All steamed up on crossing

May 31 2018.

Shock, horror – a level crossing is going to be re-instated

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Narropera at Snargate

May 31 2018.

Music at Snargate on a Summer’s evening is Romney Marsh’s answer to Glyndebourne

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Let’s go to a show!

May 31 2018.

Don’t miss father-and-son acting duo of Edward and Freddie Fox appearing this week in Oscar Wilde’s An Ideal Husband from London’s Vaudeville Theatre.

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Films – Solo: A Star Wars Movie

May 31 2018.

Our new film reviewer considers the movie of the moment

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Community garden springs to life

May 31 2018.

News from the community garden

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Cinque Ports 100 proud walkers

May 31 2018.

Long distance walkers complete the Cinque Ports 100 challenge in extremely hot weather conditions

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Plight of the bumblebee

May 31 2018.

Rother Environmental Group hosted an illuminating talk on the loss of the bumble bee

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Pussies galore in Hastings

May 31 2018.

Do visit Bluebell Ridge Cattery even if just to look at the cats and have a coffee and cake, lovely surrounding.

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A summer day on Winchelsea Beach

A summer day on Winchelsea Beach
May 31 2018.

Despite the spectacular storm on Saturday night, summer seems to have started at last writes Heidi Foster. The beauty of Winchelsea Beach is that it is peaceful and being a shingle beach, it does not have the crowds of people who flock to Camber Sands instead, only a mile or so away. It was lovely to watch the kite surfers, manoeuvering with expertise and playing tag. Photo: Heidi Foster

Playden housing rejected

May 31 2018.

The Council room was full to standing at the Rother District Council’s (RDC) planning meeting on Thursday May 31 where […]

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Festival seeks new trustees

May 31 2018.

Rye Arts Festival looks for more trustees

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Beeching reversed?

May 31 2018.

Steam advances through East Sussex

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Oh beehave! Or beehive?

May 31 2018.

The town welcomed thousands of visitors on Bank Holiday Sunday. But these were not your regular tourists

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Open garden at Float Lane

Open garden at Float Lane
May 31 2018.

The garden at Beauchamps in Float Lane, Udimore will be open on Sunday June 10, 2-5 pm, writes Linda Harland. Those who know this delightful garden overlooking the beautiful Brede Valley will already have it in their diaries to pay a visit.  Home propagated plants will be for sale as will refreshments. Adults are £5, children free and proceed go to the National Garden Scheme charity.

Photo: Linda Harland

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