Friday, August 17 2018

Living

Rye volunteers live on
August 16 2018.

Fascinating history about the Rye Volunteers movement

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Americans sing for Rye

Americans sing for Rye
August 16 2018.

As previewed in last week’s issue, this week saw the arrival of the choir from Christ’s Church, Rye, New York, writes John Minter. They sang for us at both Parish Communion and Evensong and it was good, once again, to be visited by this very fine choir from our namesake town in the US.   Photo: Shelley Jebb

Wildlife fun at nature reserve

August 16 2018.

Wondering what to do with the children during the holidays? Rye Harbour Nature Reserve may have the answer

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Nuclear power plant tour

August 9 2018.

Nuclear power has a mixed reputation among environmentalists, but the security procedures embedded and practised at Dungeness B appear optimally safe

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Calling all competitors

August 9 2018.

It’s not too late to take part in Rye’s Festival of the Sea

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Celebrity chef to visit Jempson’s

August 9 2018.

Master baker Rachel Allen will be in store at Jempsons giving a demonstration

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Mackerels catching sprats

August 9 2018.

The sea was boiling with fish this week when a huge ‘mackerel run’ drove right onto the shore line

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Museum visit to historic houses

August 2 2018.

An enjoyable and informative trip by members of the Museum

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Ethel’s prime relocation

August 2 2018.

The relocation of this gallery and gift shop to the High Street is already making a difference

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Music Well opens garden

July 26 2018.

The path to a Little Orchard House garden party continues to be well trodden – this time in aid of the Music Well

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Around and about this weekend

July 26 2018.

The sun’s out, good weather is forecast, gardens open, fetes start, and bands play. Enjoy!

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Appeal for tool kits

July 26 2018.

There must be some items in someone’s garage or loft that could help an individual to set up their own business with the help of an innovative charity

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Join in for petanque and beer

July 26 2018.

Come and have a go at Boules at Salt Farm

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Wooden wreck on Camber Sands

July 20 2018.

The wreck of a sailing ship lying off Camber Sands has been officially listed as of national importance

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Around and about

July 19 2018.

Fetes, concerts, dancing, Pimm’s, gardens and strawberries – it must be summer !

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Charleston, not Bloomsbury

July 12 2018.

Enjoy the home of some of the Bloomsbury Set, Charleston, on a perfect summer’s day

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BBQ fun at East Guldeford

August 16 2018.

It may be a small village, but a lot happens in East Guldeford

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Circus here for bank holiday

August 13 2018.

The circus is here again

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Help keep beach rubbish at bay

August 9 2018.

Help clear our beaches of harmful waste

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Americans sing in St Mary’s

Americans sing in St Mary’s
August 9 2018.

Rye’s historic Norman parish church of St Mary’s has a close relationship with Christ’s Church in Rye, a suburb of New York, and the American church’s choir is visiting St Mary’s this Sunday, August 12, writes Charles Harkness. The choir will be singing at the 10:30am Parish Communion and the 6pm Evensong services and is also singing at St George’’s Chapel in Windsor Castle and at Truro Cathedral during its visit to England.  Photo: Rye News library

Village BBQ at East Guldeford

August 9 2018.

Good food and good music all go to make up the East Guldeford BBQ

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The BBC’s back in town

August 2 2018.

The BBC will be back in Rye during the August Bank Holiday weekend – but will it bring the ice cream van?

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Boost for minibus fund

August 2 2018.

Iden Fete kicks off the Encompass campaign

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Rejuvenating St Anthony’s

July 26 2018.

Another of Rye’s ‘secret’ places is revealed

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Ethel gets bigger and better!

July 26 2018.

And it seems we love her, as the shop moves to bigger and better things

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All together now – ‘Aaaarrggghh’

July 26 2018.

It’s supposed to be cooler at night – but what might you meet roaming Rye’s streets?

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Pirates at Iden Fete

July 26 2018.

Iden fete needs YOU

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Street food for a tenner

July 26 2018.

Mouthwatering world food in the garden

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Verging on the ridiculous

July 19 2018.

Council’s cost cutting actually makes cuts better

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Songs, scones and smugglers

July 19 2018.

Little Orchard House opens its garden once again – this time for the Music Well

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And the sun shone for conservation

July 12 2018.

Summer days were made for garden parties and cream teas

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