Monday, June 18 2018

Living

Perennials get planted out
June 14 2018.

The community garden starts to look its summer best as the perennials get planted

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Rye Arts take safety seriously

June 14 2018.

Arts Festival organisers and volunteers undertake first-aid training in preparation for this year’s event

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Walkies, anyone?

Walkies, anyone?
June 14 2018.

The Cinnamon Trust urgently need dog walking volunteers to help a resident of Rye and their lovely dog Sadie, a 13 year old cross breed, who would love to go for a good walk, writes Sally Collins. If you can spare an hour a week this would make all the difference to someone being able to keep their furry companions living with them. If you would like to volunteer or even have a chat about what’s involved please ring in on 01736 758707 and speak to Tressa or Sally or email appeals@cinnamon.org.uk

Armour arrives for birthday

June 7 2018.

A suit of armour arrives to celebrate a birthday – but whose?

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Napoleon, man and emperor

June 7 2018.

Many of us have a fascination for Napoleon, the man who changed the face of Europe

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Beat the Street starts

June 7 2018.

Beat the Street game starts, but there is still time to register

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Hound-helping holidaymakers

June 7 2018.

Ryers on holiday have made a big difference to a Greek animal charity

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Cinque Ports 100 proud walkers

May 31 2018.

Long distance walkers complete the Cinque Ports 100 challenge in extremely hot weather conditions

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Plight of the bumblebee

May 31 2018.

Rother Environmental Group hosted an illuminating talk on the loss of the bumble bee

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Pussies galore in Hastings

May 31 2018.

Do visit Bluebell Ridge Cattery even if just to look at the cats and have a coffee and cake, lovely surrounding.

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A summer day on Winchelsea Beach

A summer day on Winchelsea Beach
May 31 2018.

Despite the spectacular storm on Saturday night, summer seems to have started at last writes Heidi Foster. The beauty of Winchelsea Beach is that it is peaceful and being a shingle beach, it does not have the crowds of people who flock to Camber Sands instead, only a mile or so away. It was lovely to watch the kite surfers, manoeuvering with expertise and playing tag. Photo: Heidi Foster

Twenty years of walking

May 24 2018.

Another successful Rye Rotary fundraiser

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Rye Harbour Walking Festival

May 24 2018.

Learn how shingle plants cope with the dry, windy and salty environment at Rye Harbour

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A murder is announced

May 24 2018.

A murder mystery evening is an entertaining way to raise funds for a worthwhile charity

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Cinque Ports Hundred 2018

May 17 2018.

100 miles in 48 hours is a challenge accepted by 500 walkers over the May Bank Holiday

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Rye Bonfire’s Auction of Promises

May 17 2018.

Bid for a promise, or a more tangible item

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Birthday Tea at Iden

Birthday Tea at Iden
June 14 2018.

On Saturday, June 9 Iden Village Hall celebrated the Queen’s official birthday with an afternoon of cream teas, writes Teresa Cooper. The hall was filled with the sound of laughter, chatter and the chinking of tea cups. This well attended event raised £395 for the village hall and people came from far and wide to enjoy the afternoon, with the traditional cream teas and also a selection of beautiful cakes.

Exit one unreadable notice

June 7 2018.

Not the smartest place to put a noticeboard

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Malcolm Saville fans in town

June 7 2018.

Rye is well known for its literary heritage and Malcom Saville is one of the greats still remembered and celebrated today by visitors to the town

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Community spirit at its best

June 7 2018.

Great fun spending the evening at the allotments surrounded by the growing fruit and vegetables with amazing food prepared by a small team

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A blooming secret garden

June 7 2018.

As with many gardens in Rye, this one was surprising in its size, beauty and special plants.

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Flower show fills St Mary’s

May 31 2018.

Rye Parish Church reminds us who we serve in floral displays

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Sky full of flowers

May 31 2018.

Peasmarsh flower festival flew into the sky at the church this year

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Thanking all volunteers

May 31 2018.

Volunteers contribute a massive amount to our community – even when paddling

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Nailing new shop’s arrival

May 31 2018.

Rye’s Rope Walk has acquired a very different sort of “shop”

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From Christmas tree to blankets

May 24 2018.

St Michael’s church, Betchworth presents a green gift for Syria to the knitters at St Mary’s church Rye

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Ring out the bells for peace

May 24 2018.

Ringing for peace to mark the Armistice centenary is a good reason to join the band of Rye ringers

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Strand Quay boules starts again

May 24 2018.

Playing Boules with friends

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Fairlight open gardens

May 17 2018.

Come on garden lovers, the open garden season is here

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The Manor of Mote in Iden

May 17 2018.

A manor in Iden. But where?

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Swap Shop brings them in

May 17 2018.

The recycling swap shops on a Saturday morning remain a popular social event

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