Searching for articles and writers
Good news for those of you who have a favourite writer – you can now search on author or subject in the Search box which we’ve added in the right hand column on the home page. Alternatively, if you are searching for articles in a particular month you can use the Search archive button also in the right column.
Eating out in Rye is free
We are now offering a free listing to restaurants, cafes and bars in Rye on the Eating Out page. Email us with your name, web address and a brief description and we will add it for you. If you’d like to add your gourmet or foodie events you can do this free of charge by using the Submit an Event option. You can add the event yourself and we’ve noticed a number of excellent events recently which haven’t shown on the What’s On calendar. Alternatively, if you’d like to add more information, why not support Rye News and pay for an advert (see Sponsor). All we ask in return is that you display a leaflet, which we can provide, in your restaurant window or in a position where customers can see it.
We have added a search box for accommodation in Rye using www.booking.com. If bookings are made via this link then Rye News will get commission so it is a win/win. Hotels and B & B’s get bookings and Rye News gets some much needed income. If you don’t advertise your accommodation via booking.com then we can offer you a paid for advert on that page. Email us for details or see Sponsor.
Calling artists and galleries
We are considering having an art page under “Visit Rye” which would promote local artists and galleries. If you think this is a good idea and would like to have an image and a link to your gallery or website for a small fee then let us have your feedback and ideas. Email us or use this comment form. Also send us your photographs and we are considering having a monthly feature on creatives in Rye.
We like to get comments on the articles but we also want to hear what you think of the site and have constructive comments on how to make it better.
Image Credits: John Minter.