Monthly Archives: November 2014

‘Belle’ is new movie choice

Rye Film Club has changed its movie offering on December 5. Instead of showing the almost three-hours long Boyhood, it will now screen Belle,...

Fisherman Fred’s surprise show

Work by Jill Stott, the late artist and author of the popular Fred the Fisherman children’s books, will be shown as part of the Ad...

Santa changes the day

Santa is coming to town. The date is fixed but not the one we thought it was. He'll be in Rye, ho-ho-ho-ing, on Saturday December 6. If that weren't enough, there'll be another Santa the following Saturday, too. This time down on The Strand - arriving by boat

Iden players lucky not to see red

Awful tackles from both sides going unpunished fortunately left no lasting injuries on either side in the latest fiery encounter between Iden and Ore

‘Insult to brave men’

I agree with your correspondent who described the burning of the poppies at the Rye bonfire night as not in good taste. I think...

Tasteful tribute at bonfire

I write with reference to the debate surrounding the "burning of the poppies" at this year's Rye Fawkes celebrations. In this instance I feel...

Veterans net all goals in a 5-2 win!

After a disastrous start and two own goals, Icklesham Veterans led the way last weekend with a decisive win. Unfortunately, the 1st and 2nd teams of Casuals did not follow

Prizes for petanque prowess

A tough season for the Cinque Ports petanque players ended with a night of celebration as both teams and individual winners were presented with their trophies

Paper bags, painkillers, pyjamas

Oysters, champagne, painkillers, paper bags & avoiding the mirror. My week and yours, if you like . . .

Hat tricks for Studio School

Herald & Heart, the High Street milliner, has teamed up with Rye Studio School to offer placements to two gifted students. Not only will they learn about millinery but also about running a business

Get Rye News delivered to your inbox every week