Despite a few injuries Beckley Rangers travelled away from home at the weekend looking to continue their good winning run as they faced Hastings United, and after four wins are now placed third in the league.
Iden looked to take their cup form into their league campaign as they travelled away to Ninfield on Saturday 21 March. Despite missing key players, Iden were able to field a strong team, but the game turned on a one-sided decision by the referee which cost Iden. Read Shane Ridgers' report here
Rye Art Gallery, which had been facing closure, has turned around its fortunes under new Director Jane Fenn. New exhibitions are planned, featuring works from the permanent collection as well as new pieces from local artists like Richard Adams whose latest exhibition opens this Saturday, March 28. Linda Harland, a Trustee of the Gallery looks ahead
Liz Gange who leads the Sunset Singers, and Kate Head who used to run Magdala House care centre, are holding a meeting on Monday March 30 at 2pm in the Community Centre in Conduit Hill for anyone interested in attending a quarterly sing-along, writes Tony McLaughlin
There was more bad news for residents of Winchelsea worried about the future of the dwindling number of shops in the town after the publication of the latest accounts by owner Winchelsea Farm Foods. Over three-quarters of a million pounds were lost and 15 staff dismissed
Looking to continue their winning streak after beating Tonbridge Junior Gunners U18 5-1 last week Beckley Rangers travelled away to Rotherfield U18s. After weeks of playing on poor pitches it was a pleasant surprise to see a pitch like Wembley! Read Ashleigh Fraser's match report