Monthly Archives: November 2015

Landgate summit faces challenge

Is the Landgate doomed to remain as affordable housing for pigeons? Is it a "useless" building, or could road closures and/or narrowing options mean that people will be able to mount the stone steps into the chambers after hundreds of years of denial?

A suitcase of books

Jonty Driver, Northiam based writer, anti-apartheid campaigner and educator will be signing copies of his new book, The Man With the Suitcase at Rye...

Don’t over-react, it’s just fun

The bad weather left a brief window of opportunity for this year's Bonfire Night, lots of photographs and odd moments of humour

Eagles get back into action

After last weekends match against Tunbridge Wells Foresters was postponed due to a water logged pitch, writes Dan Lake. This Sunday, November 22, Beckley Eagles...

Season’s best for Casuals

Icklesham Casuals 1st team produced what was probably their best performance of the season as they faced Bexhill AAC whilst the 2nd team were away to St Leonard's in a game which ended up being abandoned

Lease of life for Sports Centre

"Rumours of my death are much exaggerated" once said Mark Twain. The same, it would seem, applies to the Sports Centre, as a new lease has just been granted to the operators

Local police seek coppers

PCC Katy Bourne has been assessing and consulting on the need for additional police funding, which could be achieved by increasing the precept on the Council Tax. Kenneth Bird explains

Cuts increase terror danger

Cuts in police funding represent a potential danger to us all, argues Granville Bantick

Memories of James 100 years on

Next year is the centenary of American writer Henry James' death. The National Trust is appealing for information

Lets go to the movies!

Showing at Rye Kino from Friday November 20 is the profoundly moving story of Eilis Lacey, a young Irish immigrant navigating her way through 1950s Brooklyn

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