Monthly Archives: December 2015

Lets go to the movies!

Showing at Rye Community Centre Film Club on Friday December 4 is Paddington. When the bear arrives at Paddington station from "Darkest Peru" he encounters the Brown family who take him home whilst reluctant Mr Brown looks for a home for the bear who has an "endearing" habit of leaving a trail of destruction in his wake . . .

Unto us . . . Handel’s Messiah

Christmas is a time for music and song - and what is more traditional than Handel's Messiah? A treat is in store later this month

Sturdy Beggars go Ploughing

Old musicians never die, they just form new bands - four of the best were on show this week.

Mighty organ heralds Christmas

The Brighton Welsh Male Voice Choir are on their way to Rye for a Christmas concert. But when and where?

Give the man a clap(per)

When the bellringers dropped a clanger, church surveyor John Gurney had to spring into action - and the high winds added to his problems. But the clock ticked on...

Screw your thinking caps on

Why does Father Christmas like to spend time in the garden? So he can hoe, hoe, hoe. Why are the Bonfire Society fired up with enthusiasm?

Beachcombing for litter

The beach provides a home for all sorts of things, some unwanted. So who is heading for the beach?

Elegant setting for fundraiser

When a stately home suddenly fills up with stalls, it must be Christmas and a fundraiser - but where are these elegant surroundings?

Family time in the woods

If you go down to the woods, you're in for a great surprise, because families are gathering there to educate themselves

Switching to cut energy bills

Residents in Rother are being urged to save money on their household fuel bills . . . learn how

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