Sunday, May 28 2017

Living

Winchelsea turns out its attics
May 25 2017.

The 10th Winchelsea Country Attic Sale was held to raise funds for the Hospital at Rye. Business was brisk and sales good

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Self sufficient and social

May 25 2017.

South Undercliff allotmenteers celebrate the start of the growing season with a barbecue in the sunshine

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Walking at the Nature Reserve

May 25 2017.

Time to bird watch as the chicks come out to play

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Swap and keep landfills empty

May 25 2017.

Time to give away or find something new without paying for it – The Recycle Swap Shop

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Birthday party for the Grapevine

May 19 2017.

A first birthday party with a difference and some famous (or were they…) guests

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The magic of Romney Marsh

May 19 2017.

Romney Marsh holds a mysterious charm and appeal for visitors with its beautiful churches set in an historic landscape. These buildings are cared for through the work of the Romney Marsh Historic Churches Trust

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Dr Savage and ‘ramblinn’

May 19 2017.

Breakfast at the Globe Inn Marsh, lunch at Woolpack Inn, Warehorne and dinner at Five Bells, Brabourne – cycle, walk or drive across the marsh

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Youth group needs help

May 11 2017.

Can you help a thriving youth group by giving a little of your time?

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Crowds buy Northiam plants

May 11 2017.

Crammed with plants and people, Northiam Horticultural Society held its annual plant sale

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Spring into fashion

May 11 2017.

View the latest spring fashions from Niche at the Town Hall on May 18 in aid of the Hospital

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News from the Nature Reserve

May 11 2017.

The new Discovery Centre project at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve takes a step forward with the opening of the temporary Portacabins

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Mayor Making Ball at Tilling Green

May 4 2017.

Oh what fun we had on the afternoon of Mayor Making at Tilling Green

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Full steam ahead for rail show

May 4 2017.

Hundreds of people packed into the Rye Academy Trust’s Milligan Theatre to view Rye’s first model railway exhibition in 25 years

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Balloons and bikes in bonfire

May 4 2017.

Do you fancy flying up, up and away? Or charging off on a powerful Harley Davidson motorbike? Rye & District Bonfire Society has some exciting auction lots for you

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‘Lend a hand’ to Peasmarsh charity

May 4 2017.

A new local charity explains its aims for the twin problems of obesity and loneliness

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Happy birthday, Priscilla

April 27 2017.

Looking good at 90, here’s to you Priscilla

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Three girls went to a show

May 25 2017.

Read about the super Niche fashion fundraiser for the Hospital at Rye, a great success on all fronts

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Rotary club ramble raises cash

May 25 2017.

Rye and Winchelsea Rotary Club enjoy perfect weather for their annual sponsored walk

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Children’s choir seeks help

May 25 2017.

Does your child enjoy singing? There could be just the ting for them in Peasmarsh

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Discover the secret garden

May 19 2017.

Hartshorn House opens its gardens for the first time for charity

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Charity cycle in the sunshine

May 19 2017.

Around 50 keen cyclists participated in the annual Rye Bay sponsored cycle ride

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Get fit and beat the street

May 19 2017.

Find out more about a local exercise initiative

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Eat, drink and be merry

May 11 2017.

With around a million tourists visiting Rye each year, we ask first-time visitors Nathalie and James Gray to list their highlights

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Auction Galleries’ full house

May 11 2017.

A recent visit to Rye Auction Galleries Ltd held many surprising and interesting lots. Auctioneer Mr Kevin Wall was on hand to help

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Rotary Walk takes new ways

May 11 2017.

Gentle exercise all in a good cause is on offer with this year’s Rotary Walk

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Defying the ground

Defying the ground
May 11 2017.

It is well worth stopping for a minute or two to watch the very talented young people at the skate park on the Salts, Camber Road end. The chap I saw not only jumped into the air, he also took his micro-scooter and revolved it 360 degrees before landing on it perfectly and zooming down the slope, writes Seana Lanigan. Amazing!

Red letter day at Jack in the Green

May 4 2017.

Many Ryers escaped Mayor Making to go to Hastings, which had turned leafy for the annual Jack in the Green festival

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Bluebells and beautiful gardens

May 4 2017.

Only 30 minutes from Rye – a feast for the eye and a lovely stroll through beautiful gardens

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‘Bayeux Tapestry’, at Rye Museum

‘Bayeux Tapestry’, at Rye Museum
May 4 2017.

Rye Museum will be holding its next monthly talk on Thursday May 11 at 7:30pm at the East Street museum, writes Heather Stevenson. Imogen Corrigan makes a welcome return to discuss the famous Bayeux Tapestry, exploring what might be learned from this depiction of a turning point in our history.

There is a small entrance fee (£3 for non members) and refreshments are served approx 8:30pm plus a raffle.

Winchelsea has garden secrets

April 27 2017.

Read about a few of the secrets of Winchelsea’s gardens, open last Saturday

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New Harbour health walk

April 27 2017.

Walking is healthy – and even better in the surroundings of the Rye Harbour Nature Reserve

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