Monthly Archives: October 2015

How does your garden grow?

Mud, mud glorious mud, Nothing quite like it for cooling the blood. So come along to the Rye Community Garden on Love Lane and do something useful with your excess mental energy

Autumn theme for children’s fun

Why was the Museum open on Tuesday? Ray Prewer reports

Sara’s got talent enough

The first ever "Rye's Got Talent" took place on Friday October 23 and showcased an array of talent . . . and a seven year old stole the show

Let’s go to the movies!

The Suffragettes are coming to town! Details of this week’s movies and special events at Rye Kino follow

New Bond shakes and stirs

The latest James Bond arrives at the Kino with First Night drinks. Ray Prewer reports

Take five at the Mermaid

Last Thursday, October 22, I went to the Tudor Room at The Mermaid Inn for a jazz supper. I didn’t know what a treat was in store. Review by Ray Prewer

A piano without a pianist

How can a piano be played without a pianist? Mike Boyd (above) has the answer and Irna Mortlock spells out what happened

CFAiR backs 20mph speed limit

Following two recent traffic accidents involving children, Campaign For Action in Rye (CFAiR) will campaign for a 20mph speed limit - but on which streets?

Living on the edge of the tide

As the tide rises it spreads out either side of the main channel, but a "surge" could be devastating. Charles Harkness investigates

Speed spotlight on Tilling Green

A recent accident has put the spotlight on speeding in Mason Road and Tilling Green Residents Association has been discussing this. Donna Lake reports

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