Monthly Archives: November 2015

Eric’s smashing photographs

Rye's Art Gallery has two new exhibitions opening this weekend - one a unique exhibition of photographic work, the other aimed at Christmas

Let’s go to the movies!

War time romance comes to town, as "Suite Francaise" is showing at the Rye Community Centre on Friday November 6

Empty homes awaiting use ?

A row of houses, empty for many years and expected to be demolished as part of a supermarket development behind. But could they have another future now?

Taking the “Mickey” indoors

Rye cricket club looked to continue their unbeaten indoor record as they faced Ashburnham in the indoor league. Spencer Fielding reports

Mixed results for Casuals

The 1st team of Icklesham Casuals entertained Division Two leaders Northiam whilst the 2nd team travelled away to face Sedlescombe Rangers III at Bexhill Road. David Mayne reports.

Tennis – just a summer sport?

What happens to tennis players in the winter? Do they hang up their rackets? Continuing his occasional tour of some of the town's sports clubs, the Sports Editor finds out

Alfie saves the day

Rye Bay's future is in good hands as the under 9s continue to perform at a high level. Dan Lake reports

Rangers hold on in muddy draw

On Sunday November 1 Beckley Rangers Eagles U18s looked to continue their unbeaten start to the season as they entertained Broad Oak U18s. Rob Sayer reports

Plague at the museum

Bodies from the Great Plague were recently discovered as part of the Crossrail tunnel excavations in central London and a Rye man was one of the commentators on this tragic moment in history. Find out why this Saturday.

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