Monthly Archives: January 2015

Rum racers tackle high winds

Last Sunday (January 11), the Rye Harbour Sailing Club rum race, for dinghies, was held on the river Rother, writes Ray Prewer. As this...

A ‘fabulous’ boost to town

The new cinema in Rye will be great for filmgoers and great for business. Paul King, one of the guests at the Kino Rye preview party on January 15, expresses his admiration and enthusiasm . . .

Walkers want the Red Pig

There's a treat in store for walkers, visitors and locals between Pett Level and Winchelsea beach where tasty dishes, drinks and cakes are on sale at the Red Pig, writes Tony McLaughlin

Thumbs up to ‘idyllic’ Rye

The latest article on the Guardian's website's "Let's Go To. . . " travel series is about Rye, writes Tony McLaughlin. In her feature Clare...

Sally sets the record straight

Sally Pattinson, local resident, former business owner and fighter against bureaucracy has published "Brace Yourselves Boys", an account of her five-year battle with East Sussex County Council (ESCC). A simple dispute about putting up a sign resulted in a modern day David and Goliath confrontation. Tony McLaughlin discussed it with her

All is not lost in cricketing defeat

Rye's indoor cricketers lost, but learnt a valuable lesson: that they were capable of a good performance against stronger opponents in a tournament that would give the winners a place in the county cup

Narrow defeat for Casuals II

Although they managed to equalise in the first half, Icklesham Casuals 2nd team couldn't keep pace with high-flying Orington, who are now joint leaders in the East Sussex football league division six

Rovers too good for Rye Bay

After the festive break Rye Bay under 12s resumed with a game at home against Ringmer Rovers, writes Darren Paine. Rovers took control straight...

Winter clothes appeal for Iraq

Refugees in Iraq are living in the most appalling conditions, often in freezing temperatures. We can help them by donating warm clothes, shoes, towels and duvets via St Mary's church, Rye

Club supporting the community

Icklesham Casuals are liaising with Albion in the Community who are providing free, indoor training sessions for 12 to 18 year-olds each Friday evening...

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