Monthly Archives: November 2014

Bang goes the post

Police are appealing for witnesses and information after a commercial post box in Rye Road, Rye Foreign, and another in Wittersham Road, Iden, were damaged. Locals told police that during the...

Keeper dents title challenge

Iden slumped to a 3-0 defeat against unbeaten St Leonards Social at the park, Iden. It was a beautiful Saturday afternoon but the team were "rubbish" . . .

Beckley win in difficult conditions

Beckley Rangers U18s travelled away to Crowborough U18s in the Crowborough and District Under 18s A League fixture and produced a great win in difficult conditions.

Landgate: action at last

Finally, there is movement in the sad saga of Rye's ionic tower and gateway. Nick Taylor pieces together the latest developments

Landgate work ‘non-essential’

There has been much concern voiced lately about the state of the Landgate. Rye Conservation Society contacted Rother District Council back in November 2011...

Wins all round for Rye Bay

It was a good weekend for Rye Bay's young footballers with both under 8 and under 12 teams winning their games. Man of the match for the U8s was Theo Cornell, above. But the whole team played their socks off writes Ali MacDonald

Bonfires and teetotal torture

This week: flame-coloured bonfire buys, cake and cocktails. Plus Britainy has a bone to pick with some of you. Listen up. You won't want to fall foul of her . . .

Golfer Darcie heads to Spain finals

A trip to Spain beckons for Darcie Smith, a 14-year-old golfer from Camber after she earned a place in the Champions Final week of the 22nd Andalucia Junior European Open. Darren Smith reports on her amazing season

Someone at Bexhill sees the light

Once upon a time the Planning and Environmental Enforcement department at Bexhill exercised its bureaucracy to extinguish an illuminated sign that wished you a cheery Christmas. And so Rye entered an age of darkness. But, lo, upon a building it shines again. Tony Nunn tells the story that's hard to believe. Or is it?

Couple raise cash for cystinosis

Last weekend saw children on the streets "trick or treating", pumpkins carved into jack-o'-lanterns, bonfires, apple bobbing and houses decorated to celebrate Halloween. But for one local family decorating their house is done not just for fun, but also to raise much-needed money for a special charity. Dan Lake reports

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