Neither farmers nor shoppers are getting fair deals from the supermarkets, says local farmer Simon Wright who is busy with the harvest. The sheep are getting shorn, but so are the producers he says. Will he get a price that covers his costs, and why is there such a gap between what he gets and what we get charged in the shops ?
Buses get us to work, the shops, school and college - but for how long ? Thousands of the poorest Rother residents, and possibly hundreds of young people having to stay in education, may suffer if two local councils decide on further cuts. However the choice is between these cuts, or other cuts, or higher taxes. The consultation periods close in September, so have your say. In the meantime the bus to education may become a bicycle
Friday's Country Market has been blacked out with drak drapes hanging from floor to ceiling and an entrance looking like the morning after a heavy party - not the usual surroundings for a market selling local produce, including flowers, vegetables, cakes and curries. Meet, for one weekend only, the Spectrum Jazz Lounge
Rye News was launched last year after four months of experimenting and, four months later in September 2014, it got into its regular stride. So now, a year later, is a good time for an annual meeting to review progress and consider the future - on September 4 at 6:30pm in St Mary's Centre
What have a Big Red Bus and the Conquest Hospital got in common ? The answer is Healthwatch, formerly called Community Health Councils. To find out more visit Jempson's Car Park in Rye Saturday September 5 between 9 and 12.