Monthly Archives: June 2016

A peerless pier, fish and music

Do visit the Hastings' Fish Festival next year, well worth it and if not yet admired the pier go and wonder around, or see a film in the open cinema or just sit and enjoy the sound of the sea and view on a nice day

Empty shop flowers again

Flowers, beautiful flowers

Pumpkins and sunflowers

The Primary School took over the Community Garden for a day with a mass planting of sunflowers and pumpkins

The ‘Queen’ visits Camber

Strange lights seen on Camber Sands at night......the Queen is coming. Surely not

Notes from the Council Chamber

The problem of racism dominated council proceedings this week

From our MP

MP Amber Rudd gives an update on Marsh Link service

Room for development?

New planning applications for house-building may get the green light more quickly, even beyond Rye’s accepted development boundary

Hospital opens window to beauty

Amber Rudd, MP and Louis Turpin open the new entrance window at the Hospital

Rain does not stop play

Wet weather couldn't stop the party at Tilling Green. Something Else rocked the house and home made cakes as well as other goodies made sure that visitors left full and happy

Smugglers’ tower and garden open

Peace, tranquility and a good gossip with old and new - its the annual Rye Conservation Society garden party coming up this weekend. The best home-made tea in the vicinity , a tower perfectly positioned to spy on the rest of the town and a chance to remember our lost friends, such as John Izod, pictured here

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