Tuesday, July 25 2017

News

Long road ahead yet for parking
July 20 2017.

This month the Business Forum discussed the thorny question of parking control

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Rafts, boats and shanties

July 20 2017.

The Festival of the Sea is here

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More stupid parking

July 20 2017.

Yet another example of thoughtless parking causing chaos

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Only eight lives left for Bertie

July 20 2017.

There was joy in East Street as Bertie the bold tomcat was found and returned home

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Festival Queen chosen

July 13 2017.

The town’s maritime connections are being celebrated next week and we have all the details

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Accident at South Undercliff

July 13 2017.

A motorcyclist was hurt in a collision with a van on Saturday morning, July 8, near the bend on South Undercliff, by the turning into Rock Channel.

South East Coast Ambulance Service report that ambulance crews, including a critical care paramedic, attended the scene following reports of the collision at approximately 8.15am. The male motorcyclist, aged in his 50s, was assessed and treated for injuries, including leg injuries, before being taken to William Harvey Hospital, Ashford.

Source: E.Sussex police

 

Remembering George Bayntun

July 13 2017.

George Bayntun, who died last week at the age of 105, was known to many for his determined hold on life, stoically independent till the last

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Business Forum to talk parking

July 6 2017.

The latest findings about Rye’s parking will be presented at the George, Rye

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Latest plans for Discovery Centre

July 6 2017.

Plans for the new Discovery Centre at Rye Harbour take an important step forward this month with the holding of a series of public consultations

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Police return to parking patrol

June 30 2017.

At the Town Council meeting, parking was once again on the agenda – along with black brollies!

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No through trains to Brighton?

June 30 2017.

It looks like Rye will be losing its direct train service to Brighton in 2018. Consultation ends on July 27 so submit your comments

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Say hello, wave goodbye

June 30 2017.

The town will be sorry to see Lizzie Lee leave Rye bookshop, but we welcome her successor

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Summer Barn Dance raises funds

June 30 2017.

Guests took their partners by the hand and did a do-si-do to raise funds

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Scones held up by jam

June 22 2017.

Cream teas nearly spoilt by clotted Camber trippers

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Dunes need kind minder

June 22 2017.

Government cuts are affecting who will look after Camber’s Sand Dunes. Any offers ?

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No controls on new homes

June 22 2017.

Should limits be placed on who can build what for what market ? The town council has been looking west for ideas

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Lifeboat launches three times

July 20 2017.

A busy start to the week for the new lifeboat

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Lifeboat holds Open Day

July 20 2017.

Come and see the new inshore lifeboat at Rye Harbour

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Council house has its problems

July 20 2017.

Neighbourhood plan, Heritage Centre, discounted accommodation and Bexhill were all discussed at a Town Council committee this week

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Hello Herbie II to the rescue

July 13 2017.

Rye Harbour’s new RNLI lifeboat made its maiden voyage earlier this month

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White Vine to strip off?

July 13 2017.

The White Vine may look a little different shortly

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Amber Rudd opens RHSC building

July 6 2017.

Rye Harbour Sailing Club celebrated the opening of their new club house extension

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Joseph and his Amazing Dreamcoat

Joseph and his Amazing Dreamcoat
July 6 2017.

Children from Peasmarsh Church of England Primary School celebrated Year of the Bible by putting on a colourful performance of Joseph, the musical, writes Head, Lison Smart. Children in Years 2 and 3 performed Egyptian dances whilst those in Year 4 -6 provided the audience with an amazing show featuring many well-known songs. The soloists were to be congratulated on their confidence and ability to captivate the audience and all the children had a thoroughly enjoyable time with their singing, acting and dancing. The school is extremely proud of the fantastic talents that all the children have. Well done Peasmarsh pupils!

 

 

 

Southern cuts shuttle again

June 30 2017.

Southern have produced a new rail schedule designed to sink their reputation still further

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Festival seeks new music director

June 30 2017.

After many successful years the Director of Classical Music is retiring. Who could replace him?

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Swing into maritime action

June 30 2017.

The Festival of the Sea is getting closer so why not make up a team and join in the fun

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The week ahead as July begins

June 30 2017.

What does the next week hold – festivals, concerts, open gardens – and the summer has only just begun.

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Inquest verdict – Misadventure

June 30 2017.

This week saw the start of the inquest into the deaths at Camber Sands last summer

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Sea Cadet in D-Day commemoration

June 22 2017.

A local Sea Cadet represented Rye for the 73rd D-Day commemorations

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Cadets tackle tough challenge

June 22 2017.

Local cadets acquit themselves well at inter-service challenge

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Helping Playden parents

June 22 2017.

Support for charity helping parents and children in the Playden area

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