Monthly Archives: October 2015

Halloween in Rye 2015

As I am half-evil, Halloween is obviously my favourite festival. The good half of me loves Rye's community spirited events happening tonight

Jason is Bay’s Man

Rye Bay face Weald Wolves at home and Jason Dalton is Man of the Match. Darren Paine reports

Indoor team still unbeaten

After last season's unbeaten promotion, Rye's indoor cricket team kicked off the new season facing Hastings & St Leonard's Priory CC in the Eaca Midweek Indoor League Division 3

Local council tax proposal hits poorest

As the Government nationally proposes to cut tax credit benefits before wages increase, Rother District Council locally proposes to charge the poorest more. Ray Prewer explains

The town will remember

The British Legion will be at the forefront of the Service of Remembrance this year on Sunday November 8. Neale East explores the history of the Rye branch and sets out the service details.

Colin’s art of seeing

Nature is a symphony of design but how often do we stop to take in the amazing natural beauty and interest of the sights and sounds around us. In this month's Ryers Unwrapped, Dee Alsey speaks to naturalist and wildlife photographer, Colin Page who has developed the art of seeing

Four corners of the Globe

Cheese at the Globe? Sounds good, washed down with a nice glass of red. But 150 years ago, this was a highly competitive game for strong-armed men

Wild boar night for the ukuleles

Rye's Ukulele Experiment was pigging it out for Wild Boar Week. Lorna Hall reports

Pumping up the boars

With Wild Boar Week running up to Halloween, pumpkins and wild boar drawings have been competing for window space

If I could turn back time

The church clock stopped, short . . . but it did go again, an hour later. But why did Rye move back to Greenwich Mean Time hours before the rest of the UK?

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