Monthly Archives: November 2014
As if you hadn't got enough to do in the build up to Christmas, we are now asking you to enter a competition. It will test your knowledge of Rye pubs and, if you win, it could solve one of your gift dilemmas as you'll have your prize - a signed copy of "The Pubs of Rye, East Sussex, 1750-1950" - in good time. All that's left to say is, good luck!
Local conservation group Winchelsea Heritage is worried that Rother's planning department is "'losing" letters sent by Winchelsea residents. Two letters are known to have gone missing and the group's concern is that Rother is so keen to cut costs by encouraging the public to use email that it might have cut corners in the mailroom
Correspondence between Mary Smith, a Rye councillor, and the department serving Katy Bourne, Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner shows the increasing frustration with the commissioner's office for a lack of response to queries about the recent incidents in Rye in which illegally parked vehicles blocked the progress of fire appliances
Rye is preparing to open a foodbank next month to help families and individuals to ride-out a short-term crisis - whether the cause is unemployment, illness or a benefit gap. The service will be a branch of the Bexhill Foodbank which has been making emergency deliveries to the town for some time
What does a woman want for her undies' drawer this Christmas? What is a man supposed to buy her? Lingerie boutique Siren and Pearl will provide the answers at a special men's shopping night in December. To add to the temptation, mulled cider and canapes will be dispensed along with advice