Monday, June 18 2018

News

Planning decision still uncertain
June 14 2018.

Outline permission only so far for Tennis Club building

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Answers from Academy Trust

June 14 2018.

The Rye Academy Trust answers our questions

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Streets to close for festival

June 14 2018.

Some of Rye’s streets are set to close for three days

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Ronnie Simmons BEM

June 14 2018.

The power behind the modern fish quay is honoured

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Songs echoing down to the beach

June 8 2018.

Songs of praise may be heard on Camber’s beach this Sunday, June 10

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Trust closes Studio School

June 7 2018.

The long-awaited decision on the future of the Studio School has finally been made

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Rex’s time to stop crying

June 7 2018.

Rex has cried at a lot of weddings – but not quite in the way you might think

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Southern continue to fail

May 31 2018.

Trains cancelled and the new timetable just not working

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A ‘new’ river path to nowhere

May 31 2018.

The new houses are nearing completion along Rock Channel but if the riverside walk isn’t completed soon, the new owners won’t be allowed to move in

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Help for Romney Marsh churches

May 31 2018.

Maintaining the historic churches of Romney Marsh is a work needing many friends

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Bonfire auction raises £6,000

May 31 2018.

An Auction of Promises in aid of Rye Bonfire Society raised more than £6,000

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Jempson’s helps Street Pastors

May 31 2018.

Jempsons recognises the value of the Street Pastors

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Flower festivals this weekend

Flower festivals this weekend
May 24 2018.

The season of flower festivals has started, writes Kenneth Bird. Over the end of May bank holiday weekend, the churches of both St Mary’s Rye and St Peter & St Paul Peasmarsh will be colourfully decked out, St Mary’s  adopting as its theme “In Which We Serve.” St Mary’s: Saturday 9:30 -5pm; Sunday and Monday 12-5pm and St Peter & St Paul: Saturday 10am-6pm; Sunday 11am-6pm and Monday 10am-6pm.

R.I.P. Dominique Worrall

May 24 2018.

A handsome celebration of a life tragically lost

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Two saved in river rescues

May 17 2018.

Two rescues from River Rother in two weeks

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More on that timetable

May 17 2018.

The MarshLink Action Group chairman has further thoughts on the new timetable and offers a glimpse of things to come

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Sheikh-up for Hastings Pier

June 14 2018.

Hastings locals infuriated by possible pier sell-off

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New trustees for Art Gallery

June 14 2018.

Rye Art Gallery needs a hand

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Find out how Rother promotes Rye

June 14 2018.

Find out how Rother District Council is promoting the town and local businesses

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Cash boost for Academy Trust

June 8 2018.

News just in: College future looks assured

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The coaches keep on coming

June 7 2018.

Visitors pack out shows and still keep on coming

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Tennis club expansion approved

May 31 2018.

Tennis club “shed” approved despite unanswered issues

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Festival seeks new trustees

May 31 2018.

Rye Arts Festival looks for more trustees

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Beeching reversed?

May 31 2018.

Steam advances through East Sussex

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Oh beehave! Or beehive?

May 31 2018.

The town welcomed thousands of visitors on Bank Holiday Sunday. But these were not your regular tourists

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Open garden at Float Lane

Open garden at Float Lane
May 31 2018.

The garden at Beauchamps in Float Lane, Udimore will be open on Sunday June 10, 2-5 pm, writes Linda Harland. Those who know this delightful garden overlooking the beautiful Brede Valley will already have it in their diaries to pay a visit.  Home propagated plants will be for sale as will refreshments. Adults are £5, children free and proceed go to the National Garden Scheme charity.

Photo: Linda Harland

Another Bank Holiday

May 24 2018.

Visitors will flood in this weekend, but what is here for them?

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Invasion of hornets?

May 24 2018.

This Euro migrant may be beautiful, but should we welcome him?

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Morris Dancers to Rye

Morris Dancers to Rye
May 24 2018.

The East Surrey Morris Men come to Rye this weekend, on Sunday May 27, writes Kenneth Bird.  See them at the Mermaid at 12:15pm, at St Mary’s church at 2pm at the Ypres Tower at 2:45pm or at Rye town hall at 3:30pm. This is billed as their 60th visit to Rye, and they will be joined by friends from  Barnsley Longsword and Greensleeves Morris.

Discovery Centre launches appeal

May 17 2018.

Money is needed for the new Discovery Centre

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Business Forum talks GDPR

May 17 2018.

The next two meetings of the Forum will feature GDPR and promoting the town and its businesses

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