Monthly Archives: August 2016

Reserve volunteers entertained

Rye Harbour Nature Reserve volunteers swapped nature study for learning about architecture and historical artefacts in a tour of Winchelsea Museum and St Thomas' church

Celebrate 150 years of haulage

Jempsons of Rye, haulage contractors, celebrate their first 150 years in business with the publication of a new book and a fund-raising dinner for charity

Lifeguard Club at Camber Sands

We are starting a Lifeguard club at Camber Sands and need support and volunteers of any age. There is a meeting at Camber Sands...

In memory of Peter Dyce

Thank you to Kenneth for advising the death of my uncle Peter in Rye News and for his and Margaret's kind letter this week...

Let’s go to the movies!

Showtime - Suicide Squad - it feels good to be bad. What happens if you assemble a team of the world’s most dangerous, incarcerated Super Villains and provide them with the most powerful arsenal at the government’s disposal?

Fruitless weekend for cricketers

Despite high hopes of success, the cricket teams were doomed to disappointment last week end

Should dogs be banned?

Changes in the law mean Rye Town Council will need to look closely at where dogs should be banned or have to be kept on a lead. Also humans might have to be banned from doing various things - like being noisy, or eating in public, or affecting others' quality of life in any way - like, perhaps, bell ringing

Jazz – the final countdown

This coming August Bank Holiday weekend the Rye Jazz & Blues Festival delights music lovers from across the South East with a feast of top class performances throughout Rye including our very own Rye Bay Crew (above)

How to grow old disgracefully

Agony aunt, Virginia Ironside makes us laugh in a historical environment, Fairlight Hall

Anyone for Cinderella?

Acting Up gearing up for the panto Cinderella

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