Not a bit boaring

Not for vegetarians - this is Wild Boar Week

Pyramids of Kush

The talk to the Winchelsea Archaeological Society awakened memories of similar sights visited by this writer

Rye provides 7-millionth record

Number 7 million in the species records. What was it?

Women on stage for suffrage

In this centenary year celebrating women's suffrage, we learn how the world of the stage contributed to this movement

New hopes for the Hope Anchor

New events planned at the historic Hope Anchor

Wild ukulele Tuesday

Come to the Queens Head on October 23 and sing along if you know the tunes

Plants show their autumn glory

Picture the Great Dixter Autumn Fair

Winchelsea flower festival

Colour and fresh ideas abounded at the first festival for several years

Rye couple’s legacy to RNLI

Legacies are vital to the work of the RNLI

Rotary win fight against polio

A final push for the campaign against this crippling disease

It’s time for wild boars

How many ways can a boar be cooked?

Dachshunds dash at Dixter

Nothing like a collection of dachshunds to cause chaos

What is a castle without a bat?

A brown long-eared bat takes brief residence in the Ypres Tower

Charity Porsche 911 visits RNLI

A London couple aimed to raise money for the RNLI by using their Porsche 911

Camera Club on display

Much creativity was on display at the Rye and District Camera Club's annual show

Old scholars reminisce

Identifying old school chums at a reunion can be challenging after 50 years, but the years slip away when you get chatting

Quiz night at Iden

Fish, chips and questions

Westfield remembers

A World War 1 remembrance exhibition to visit

Make it Monday in Winchelsea

With time on your hands in Winchelsea, you can find a new interest, earn a new craft or skill

Specialist Nurseries visit Dixter

Great Dixter in Northiam is holding its autumn plant fair, with wonderful plants and good food