Monthly Archives: June 2014

Rudd reports

Residents question their MP about her annual report on a number of issues that include transport and housing

Prepare to be astonished

A repeat performance: Taek Gi Lee, victor at the Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition, will give the winner's recital at Fairlight Hall this weekend

Badgered but bullish

TB testing is an expensive and perilous part of the livestock farmer's year. The cattle don't like it and some farms have found the hassle to be too much

Eggstraodinary effort

The Easter fundraising efforts of the Cock Inn at Peasmarsh - for local hospices - have earned it recognition from Rye & District Lions

Listing Rye’s war memorial

An architect who designed many buildings in and around Rye also created the model for war memorials constructed throughout the country. It is fitting that the town seeks to have its own memorial in St Mary's churchyard listed

Survey on Rye’s future

Rye's Neighbourhood Plan survey is due to be printed after many re-drafts, and will be distributed to all households with the July edition of the Fixtures. Residents...

Trash and carry on

Rye residents queued at Rye Library to seek advice on the revised waste and recycling service from Rother Council, which starts on Monday June...

Council recycling rubbish

Residents rush to clarify details of new collection policies and times before switch over on June 30

Corset would happen to me!

In the first Tale from the Town, our correspondent recalls a spry friend of advancing years drawing an amusing conclusion from his doctor's advice

End of an eyesore in sight

After 12 years the days are numbered for a blot on the townscape in Rye's Cinque Ports Street. Work has started on a £2.5 million redevelopment for shops and homes

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