Tuesday, April 25 2017

Living

Green group’s nuclear visit
April 20 2017.

The Rother Environmental Group goes nuclear at Dungeness

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Pier becomes (yarn) bombsite

April 20 2017.

Hasting pier shows off the mother of all yarn bombings

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Marsh churches need support

April 20 2017.

The Romney Marsh churches are internationally famous for their location and beautiful architecture. Historically in a class of their own, they need the dedicated support of friends to maintain them

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Egg hunt at Lamb House

April 12 2017.

Lamb House rose from the ashes after a World War Two bomb – and now stages a hunt this Good Friday . . . for eggs

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Come into the garden all

April 11 2017.

The Community Garden is planning a Great Get Together in June – but also needs help for its regular work sessions next week

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Ship to Shore in Iden

April 9 2017.

Ship ahoy in Iden, panto sketches and songs

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Heritage – old and new

April 6 2017.

The Heritage Centre gets a facelift, while a query hangs over visitor numbers – and the town model gets dusted. Learn how

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A newbie’s view: Further afield

April 6 2017.

Our newbies start to take a look at the area’s history

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U3A visit to Sackville and Standen

April 6 2017.

Sackville College (a Jacobean Almshouse) and Standen National Trust visit, wel worth it and both in one day – lots of history

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Visit gardens and a moonlight walk

April 6 2017.

St Michael’s Hospice are repeating two of their popular events from last year

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Dementia Alliance meets

April 6 2017.

Rye and District Dementia Action Alliance (RDDAA) has a guest speaker, Stephen Clift from the Music Well charity, at its first annual meeting next Wednesday April 12 at the Tilling Green Community Centre at 6:30 for 7pm.

There will also be a short talk on dementia awareness for those who wish to learn more and refreshments will be provided, says RDDAA Chair Daliea Redman.

(Source: Dementia Alliance)

Lots of wildlife in Rother

March 30 2017.

Rother is pre-eminent in the UK for its wildlife habitats, says Dr Barry Yates

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Swimming, laps and fun for Mason

March 30 2017.

Fun was had by all, but more importantly funds were raised towards a fantastic cause. Dan Lake reports

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Model steam comes to town

March 30 2017.

Calling boys of all ages to come and re-live your youth at the end of April

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Birds flock together

March 23 2017.

The last in the current series of talks to the Friends of Rye Harbour Nature Reserve proved an absolute delight

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Brede WI get planting

March 23 2017.

A new copse springs up in Brede

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Permaculture – a sustainable life

April 20 2017.

Anyone interested in sustainable living watch the film Inhabit

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Lilies in remembrance

April 18 2017.

Remember the lilies, how they grow? See them in vases at Peasmarsh church

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Easter fun at Tilling Green

April 11 2017.

Celebrate Easter and help with some fund raising at Tilling Green

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Daisy picks a winner

April 11 2017.

Congratulations to all the Tilling Green Estate litter pickers, and one family in particular

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Visitors by numbers

April 6 2017.

Is Rye really turning into a tourist themed ‘trinket town’? We take a look at the statistics of where tourists come from and how long they stay

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Hospital plans for the future

April 6 2017.

Rye, Winchelsea and District Ltd charity has more exciting plans to expand health related services locally

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Fair plants for spring

April 6 2017.

Great Dixter Spring Fair provided talented plantsmen, lots of variety and good food this last weekend

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New wine merchant opens doors

April 6 2017.

Bottoms up! A new fine wine shop opens up by the Landgate

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White Vine hosts five-course feast

April 6 2017.

Delicious food in giant quantities was on the menu at White Vine House, courtesy of pop-up restaurant Zephyr

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Seal steals the spotlight

April 6 2017.

An aquatic visitor, seen previously at Rock Channel, is becoming braver

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Lunchtime for senior citizens

March 30 2017.

Another Rye voluntary organisation quietly goes about its job of bringing enjoyment to the lives of senior citizens

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Mermaid murder mystery evening

March 30 2017.

Murder and mystery are on the menu

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Waiting for the real spring

March 23 2017.

A tale of spring flowers, compost and killing. Linda Harland reports

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Ladies Frolic around Rye

March 23 2017.

One of our lesser-known small charities is doing good work

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Top twirlers strut their stuff

March 23 2017.

Watch out for low-flying batons in Camber this weekend – the Majorettes are coming to Pontins

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