Monthly Archives: February 2016

Art discovery on a Rye stroll

Stroll through Rye and who knows who you might meet. In this case it was artist Karl Terry in the High Street creating a masterpiece

Casuals back in action?

This weekend hopefully sees the return to football for Icklesham Casuals, as their 1st and 2nd team are in action, whilst Beckley are hit with another postponement. Dan Lake reports

Painting the pool red

The pool turned red at the Rye Sports Centre at an under 16s splashdance party in aid of the British Heart Foundation

Let’s go to the movies

This week's featured film playing at the Rye Kino - Dad’s Army - It is 1944 and World War II is reaching its climax. But in Walmington-on-Sea morale, amongst the Home Guard is low. Their new mission is to patrol the Dover army base and it is a great chance to revive spirits and reputation, that is until glamorous journalist Rose Winters arrives to write about their exploits, setting their pulses racing...

Public service, private tax

A private tax on a public service is upsetting some town councillors

Enter stage left, new chairman

This weekend Rye's Arts Festival will be seeking a new chairman - and there is a contest for the post

Watching the birdie weekend

What a way to spend an hour Sunday morning , watching birds (though no gulls) - and what did you see?

Congratulations but . . .

Congratulations with a sting in the tail from a reader

Sports centre goes into red

Rye Sports Centre is going into the red this Friday, but it is all in a good cause

Healthy fun at Tilling Green

Healthy living and fun mixed into one event as you are invited to find a healthy lifestyle and join relevant groups next week

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