Monthly Archives: April 2015

Rye Art Gallery: a correction

I have been asked to draw to your attention a factual error in Kenneth Bird's reporting of the Friends of Rye Art Gallery AGM...

Rye, Me – the sassy edition

What is sassy? What's it all about? Well, it can be a day out, a success, or even a door with Diva splashed across it. Here are a few sassy items Britainy Rae is into this week

Out of the darkness – a masterpiece

Ridley Scott was unhappy with the original version of 'Blade Runner' when it was released in 1982. Critics were less than overwhelmed too. Now it's a cult movie. And at the Kino in Rye there are two chances to see Scott's 'Final Cut' version. Nick Taylor illuminates the film's themes and its influences

Prams and progress at Love Lane

In the first in a new series of interviews, Ryers Unwrapped, Dee Alsey explores the developments at the new nursery and primary school - and finds that parents and volunteers have a great part to play in furthering the education of children of all ages

Rallying call to Tilling Green

Tilling Green's community centre is suddenly the centre of attention. When will it be bulldozed, rebuilt and who will run it? The answers are unclear, moreso after a private meeting during the week with those who hire parts of the centre. But on Monday, Cllr Mary Smith will be trying to pin down those who manage it at a meeting of the town's public services committee. She urges the public to turn up in force to seek answers. Charles Harkness reports . . .

Casuals raise the roof

Icklesham faced Sedlescombe on Monday April 20 at the home of Hastings United in a friendly match in aid of raising funds for the club's project to build a new changing facility at the recreational ground. David Mayne reports on this match and a friendly between Icklesham's 1st team and 2nd team

Winter cobwebs blown away

The first cruiser race of the season saw eight boats from Rye Harbour Sailing Club competing in breezy conditions which tested some skippers after the winter lay-off

Rye defeated in opener

Rye's cricketers started the new cricket season with a friendly away to Hastings Priory at Horntye Park last Saturday. Martin Blincow reports on this and also the club's grand opening of the Sidney Allnut Pavilion

Rye Runners’ marathon endeavour

Born-again runners set to run the virgin London marathon this Sunday

Iden’s spring show blossoms

Iden and Playden Garden Society members came up trumps again on Saturday at their spring show, producing a feast of colour and perfume in...

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