Monthly Archives: November 2015

Questions we should be asking?

Car parking charges, police cuts - your comments keep coming in. But are there more questions Rye News should be asking? Tell us today

Butchery bursts into song

A well known Rye saga is getting a new lease of life . . . by being set to music. Andy Stuart reveals all

Petanque season closes with prizes

The petanque season is over. Dennis Leeds-George has the results of this highly competitive game

Beckley down but not out

On Saturday November 21 Beckley Rangers Eagles U18s played Tonbridge Junior Blues in the Crowborough league division A. Derek Fraser reports

Casuals fall at home

Following the postponement of their previous match the 2nd team of Icklesham Casuals entertained a strong Robertsbridge United II on Saturday November 21. Read Jo Mayne's report

Dilys, a woman with many hats

Actress, writer, retailer, volunteer, estate agent - Dilys Mayor has brought many creative talents here as Dee Alsey discovers in her Ryers Unwrapped series of interviews

Old warships never die . . .

A nautical landmark for the past few years is shortly to disappear to start a new life, at sea helping others

Did you see darts champion?

Did you see local darts hero Denny Gower in action in one of our local pubs in the '70s or '80s? Darts historian Patrick Chaplin is looking for eye witnesses to his record breaking feat

A hot time for quizzing

Five letters, allegedly more popular than fish and chips, rhymes with speeding up and comes in more than 57 varieties. Heidi sets a quiz

Feast of Delights delighted all!

A Feast of Delights was served up at the Rye Creative Centre last weekend

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