Shelter in boxes for Barbuda

How a hurricane feels for waiting relatives locally

Camber’s wedding showcase

The Gallivant at Camber shows its style

Healing faces of war

The story of reconstructive facial surgery began during the First World War, as described by Dr Andrew Bamji in his new book entitled Faces from the Front

Feet first for healthy living

Feet First was the title of the PPG's latest Healthy Living Event and a lot was learnt

Plant for a fair autumn

Great Dixter House and Gardens Charitable Trust at Northiam will be holding its Autumn Plant Fair on Saturday and Sunday October 7-8, 11am to 4pm,...

A surgeon’s forgotten archive

A local author publishes journals and photographs compiled by a medical officer serving with the Royal Air Force in occupied Germany after the Second World War

Freewoman who changed lives

Does freedom include driving one's sheep along the High Street ?

Dunkirk at Camber

A remastering of the original Dunkirk film took over the beach where some of it was filmed

A story to inspire

A fascinating talk by a truly exceptional lady

Pottering around museum

Pottery is back on the agenda at the East Street museum with a new exhibition and a repeat of a fully booked talk from earlier in the year

Nuptials at the Gallivant

The Gallivant in Camber is hosting a wedding show this weekend

Strumming to the traffic

The Rye Ukulele Experiment cheered up the High Street on the opening day of the Rye Arts Festival, writes Gillian Roder,  playing outside Adams, as part of...

Owls fly into school

Children at Peasmarsh Church of England primary school were delighted to have an visit from five owls, writes Lison Smart. They learned about how the...

Chance to visit Weald Museum

A few places are still available for a day out to the Weald and Downland museum

A busy time for old timer

A pre-war lorry and a pre-war greenhouse both had something in common last weekend

Romney Marsh ploughing match

Tractors, dogs, sheep, hounds and country crafts were all part of a traditional ploughing match

A Vine becomes a House

With the Lazy Baker relocating to the newly refurbished Whitehouse, fresh bread is once again being baked on the High Street

Fine weather for a ducks race

Ferry Road nursery in Rye is holding their annual Duck Race this coming Saturday September 16. Ducks can be bought from the Nursery before...

Queues at terminal 1

Autumn must be here as the swallows depart

Children’s craft afternoon

The Museum has a busy month scheduled, starting with a children's afternoon last Friday