Monthly Archives: July 2015

Sailing to a sale

Rye Harbour Sailing Club (RHSC) is holding its fourth annual Auction of Donations to raise funds for premises improvements, on Sunday August 9  at...

Anchor returns for Festival

After an absence while being refurbished, the ships anchor, so long a feature of Strand Quay, has now been returned in pristine condition, to its original place outside Rye Heritage Centre

Blood donors always needed

If you have given blood before, you may already have received a reminder. If not, give a thought to giving blood. It is always...

Speed Watch attacked by council

Icklesham Parish Council has never liked Winchelsea Speed Watch. They have re-opened hostilities with criticism of the community group. Angry volunteers have asked on how councillors can judge something which they have studiously ignored. County Councillor Keith Glazier has also come in for criticism.

School’s out, weather changes

Whether holidaymakers are at sea or on the sand they can still run into difficulties and when the weather is as changeable as it has been, their problems are wide- ranging - from a beached boat to a family row that gets out of hand or a traffic jam

Tribute to Pat Field

A memorial service is being held in St Mary's Rye tomorrow, Wednesday July 29 at 2.30 pm, for Pat Field. Before settling in Rye,...

Rye Harbour are petanque champs

With only 30 or so miles between Rye and France, it is not surprising that the French game of Petanque (or boules) is alive, well and flourishing in this part of the country. League matches are played every Tuesday and Dennis Leeds-George has the results so far.

Rye 2nds get back on track

Rye second team revivied their season with an impressive batting display against Glynde followed by some efficient fielding

Casuals looking to raise funds

Icklesham Casuals are holding a fundraiser for the new sport pavilion with an evening of live music in the Memorial Hall, Icklesham on Saturday September...

Kshemal tops wicket chart

Rye's cricketers entertained Wisborough Green at the Salts looking for a win which would push them closer to the promotion spots. Read Martin Blincow's report here

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