Tuesday, April 24 2018

Living

The history of Hastings, in Rye
April 19 2018.

A fascinating history in objects was the talk of the month at Rye Museum

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New Chairman for conservationists

April 19 2018.

The Rye Conservation Society is about to elect a new chairman

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Rye Seniors’ Fair well staged

April 19 2018.

There was plenty of advice on hand at the Rye Seniors Fair to help make the most of retirement

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Rotary walk in 20th year

April 19 2018.

Fancy a stroll next month? Rye Rotary Club have just the answer

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Winchelsea open garden day

April 19 2018.

The National Garden Scheme was well supported with six open gardens in Winchelsea

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Call for beach-clean helpers

April 12 2018.

How many beach/river clean-ups are needed for everyone to take note and respect the environment?

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RNLI lifejacket clinic

April 12 2018.

Did you know there was a lifejacket clinic?

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Tatner’s tempting summer menu

April 12 2018.

Try Tatner’s American style pancakes and other classic dishes at Broomhill car park seven days a week from June

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Hunter Jones moves to Market Road

April 12 2018.

There is a new lovely shop in town to visit with a beautiful aroma of soaps and candles

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A walk in the woods

A walk in the woods
April 4 2018.

A tour of Brede High Woods is being organised by the Rother Environmental Group, to take place on Wednesday April 25, writes Kenneth Bird. Stephen Clift, the group’s chairman says: “Join us for a tour of Brede High Woods at this magical time of year! Our guide is David Bonsall of the Woodland Trust.  Suitable clothing for changeable weather and sturdy walking shoes or boots are advised.” Numbers are limited, so booking is essential. Interested parties should email  info@rotherenvironmentalgroup.org.uk.      Photo: The Woodland Trust

Spring fashion show returns

April 4 2018.

The catwalk returns to Rye for the annual fashion show

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More nature with rockpool rambles

April 4 2018.

Coming up on Wednesday April 11 at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve, writes Lucy Bowyer, Learning and Engagements Officer, there is an exploration of rockpools at low tide with our very popular Rockpool Ramble. Then on Thursday April 12 there is a chance to get creative with clay and make your own creature using natural materials collected from the nature reserve. In both cases children must be accompanied by an adult, booking is essential, and a small charge applies.

Easter is a time to remember

April 4 2018.

Churchgoers remember loved ones in Peasmarsh at Easter

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Murder Mystery at Playden

April 4 2018.

Murder mystery evenings are proving popular and the Playden Players present a new one, specially written for them

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Watch out – moths are about!

April 4 2018.

Treasured possessions can be ruined beyond repair by the clothes moth infestation

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Last sloe call

Last sloe call
March 29 2018.

A last reminder that the Rye News Sloe Gin competition will take place at Olde Worlde Wines this Friday, March 30. Entries should be delivered to Olde Worlde Wines by 7:30pm and our skilled panel of judges will commence tasting at 8pm. On the assumption that any of the judges are still standing, the winner will be announced immediately judging is finished. 

Fire and Rescue Service recruits

April 19 2018.

Great atmosphere between the visitors/interested parties and the professional fire fighters

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Nursery climbing high!

April 19 2018.

Rye Nursery in Ferry Road is building on its success with new initiatives and is set to increasie in size

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Chilli Festival to arrive

April 19 2018.

How hot can you take your chillies

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Tots and teens dance

April 19 2018.

The Sinden Theatre is a great space and presents eclectic theatre, musicals and shows

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Winchelsea gardeners on show

April 12 2018.

Last week the indoor Garden Show – this Saturday it’s out in the open with six lovely Winchelsea gardens open to the public

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Ferry Road Nursery fundraiser

April 12 2018.

The fund-raising launch for the Ferry Road Nursery project starts with dinner at the Mermaid but could finish with lunch at the House of Lords

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Classic Chaps at the Bakery

April 12 2018.

Find what you are looking for at Classic Chaps

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Salts Farm raises cancer funds

April 12 2018.

Well done to all the tutu volunteers who raised much-needed funds

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Solicitors support carers

April 4 2018.

The work of a carer is often forgotten or underestimated – but there is help

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Success for sloes

April 4 2018.

The quality of the sloe gin floors the judges

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Digging up the past in Winchelsea

April 4 2018.

Recent surveys in Winchelsea have revealed the existence of a motte and bailey castle in the north-west corner of the town

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Dementia Alliance changes venue

April 4 2018.

The dementia awareness local action group holds its second AGM with speakers, care groups and advisers in attendance

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Children get close to nature

April 4 2018.

Holidays are the time for children to explore the great outdoors and get closer to the world of nature

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Children learn first-aid skills

Children learn first-aid skills
March 29 2018.

 

Pupils at Peasmarsh Church of England Primary School completed workshops run by paramedics, writes Lison Smart. They learned about skills necessary in an emergency situation, including the recovery position. Pupils stated that it was great fun and that now they could help to save someone’s life.  Photo: Lison Smart

Knitters aid refugees

March 29 2018.

Knitted blankets and clothing is of huge help to Syrian refugees

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