Monthly Archives: July 2015

Chamber music back in Peasmarsh

The sun shone, the musicians played, and it was very much an international occasion with artistes from more than half a dozen countries. Alexander Stiller reports on Peasmarsh's Chamber Music Festival.

Bingo and BBQ boost Pavilion

On Friday, July 3, Rye Cricket Club holds its Annual Bat & Trap evening to raise funds. The evening hits off at 7pm with an...

Pistorious paces six out for 47

Last Saturday Rye's cricketers looked to bounce back from the previous weeks defeat as they faced top of the table Mayfield at the Salts. Read Martin Blincow's report here

Tilling Green row rumbles on

Unease over the future design of Tilling Green's new centre continues unabated. It is too small claims one opponent. The public need more opportunities to question the proposals, says Rye's town council. Perhaps it is time for the council itself to be running the show - and not Amicus or Rye Partnership

Camber fun, but beware dangers

Thousands come to Camber Sands every year as the weather warms up but, although the beach is an ideal destination for many families, danger can still lurk if sensible precautions are not taken

Stop: roadworks and traffic

Traffic grinds to a halt at the bottom of Rye Hill as Military Road is swamped with a three fold increase in the number of cars using it. And, as the A268 roadworks may be coming to an end, Rye's Town Council is less than happy. Five weeks of disruption after only a few days notice is not enough warning, particularly when doctors' appointments are at risk. Charles Harkness reports

Scooters celebrate wedding

Hundreds of scooters arrived in town to celebrate the wedding of Elaine Russell from Epping and Kev Taylor, at Rye Town Hall on Saturday...

Bensonites flock to town

The annual Rye Day of the EF Benson Society will take place on Saturday July 11, attracting visitors from all over the world, writes...

Let the sun shine on Tilling

Ferry Road Nursery and Tilling Green Residents Association (TGRA) will join forces this Sunday (July 5) from 11am to 3pm in Tilling Green Field...

Nina Rodin exhibits double

What is the value of a work of art if it can be reproduced one hundred per cent faithfully? The Nina Rodin exhibition explores this theme at the Rye Creative Centre

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