Monthly Archives: March 2016

Casuals open gap at the bottom

Saturday 26 March saw Icklesham Casuals 2nd team entertain St Leonards in a bottom of the table clash, whilst the 1st team travelled away from home to face bottom of the table Catsfield.

Serial killer strikes again

Guy Fraser-Sampson has another five murders (at least) under his belt, as he launched his new novel at the Rye Bookshop on Easter Sunday

Monday blues crowd Globe

Standing room only as blues come to Military Road

Shakespeare and spice – nice!

Food and theatre in one day, can't be bad and were greatly enjoyed by visitors

Black cat by the sea

Inspired by nature, artist Anna Wilson-Patterson has a new show on in Winchelsea throughout April

Rye singers perform in London

Rye singers from a choir with local connections gave two performances in London last month - and are looking for more performers

Michael Bourn MBE remembered

Michael Bourn, a life long member of the Rye Fire Service, who was involved in many other local activities is remembered by Dennis Leeds George

Jempsons ‘COOK’ super concession

How local is local? A reader questions the definition in a recent story

Jolly volunteers at the museum

On Friday March 18 Rye Museum held a volunteers' evening at their East Street venue with wine and nibbles, writes Ray Prewer. Volunteering at...

Tree blocks Deadmans Lane

Storm Katie could not beat intrepid Ryers

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