Monthly Archives: April 2016

Rye Conservation Society AGM

The Society's AGM, chaired by John Griffiths, short, concise and informative but of course lunch at the Mermaid was waiting, about 50 participants looking forward to it.

Compare a book to a garden

A fascinating exhibition from an original premise at Smallhythe

Macbeth elicits howls of laughter

A show at Smallhythe Barn theatre provided an hilarious treat for its sell out audience

Stoner is the book for May

A new book for a book club this month

Camber Sands to be privatised?

Yet another local asset is to be disposed of by a regional authority. Will visitors now be charged to go on to the beach as well as to use the car parks?

Marsh Link reviewed at MLAG AGM

Javelin service, bi-mode trains, speed limits were all discussed at the AGM of the Marsh Link Action Group

The beacons light up

The Rye beacon and fireworks celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday

Getting to grips with parking

To follow up the open meeting with the Police and Crime Commissioner last month, police representatives met with Rye Town councilors and local residents to consider options for tackling illegal parking

Winchelsea celebrates with fire

Winchelsea had the Queen's representative in attendance to help with their birthday celebrations

Police seek alcoholic hoodie

A series of break-ins is being investigated by police

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