Monthly Archives: February 2015

A grassy illusion

I can assure Richard Comotto that, whilst the photograph of the Rye Town Steward appears to show that he has parked on a verge...

Icklesham youngsters win tournament

Icklesham youngsters not only reached the final of the "Albion in the Community" tournament but went on to win it by beating Eastbourne Town in the final

PCSO Dan’s on the run

PCSO Dan Bevan hopes to show a clean pair of heels on Sunday March 22 when he and three friends run in the Hastings half-marathon to raise money for Rother Responders

Rye News becomes CIC

Rye News joins the ranks of community interest companies that are registered under the Companies Acts and work for the benefit of the local community, Learn more about the status of your community newspaper

Three weeks of road works

The main road to Hastings is being closed overnight for three weeks from March 9 for road works. Residents fear that drivers will instead make more use of the already congested B2029 Udimore Road

Questions about faster trains

Lots of questions are expected to be asked about local trains at the Rye Town Hall meeting of the Marsh Link Action Group (MLAG) on 20 March.

Obsessions, I’ve got a few . . .

Dogarina on ice, hauntings and my love for dresses that look like nightmares. Britainy Rae has been having a ball at the annual scallop fest. Her fashion sense? Don't ask. Take a look . . .

High Street loading bay abused

White van men were fuming in Rye High Street on Wednesday morning, when the loading bay was obstructed overnight by an illegally parked car - the loading bay is never for use for more than 10 minutes

Scallop week starts here and now

The town will be filled this week with the aroma of scallops: pan-fried, in risotto, crispy battered, with poached pears, butternut squash. The choice is huge. And if you like music to wash them down, there's plenty of gigs, too

Let’s go to the movies!

Our weekly look ahead to the films in Rye - at the Kino and our local film club. Our movie of the week at the Kino from Friday February 20 is Selma, pictured above, chronicling the tumultuous three-month period during which Martin Luther King led a dangerous campaign to secure equal voting rights in the face of violent opposition. Inside, click on a movie title to see a trailer. Neale East reports

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