Monthly Archives: August 2016

Hospice boost at Country Show

The Rye Country Show attracted large crowds to the new venue at Elm Tree Farm, Icklesham and was rated a great success

Town may groove to a halt

Be warned. Rye may grind to a halt this weekend. The jazz festival has started and runs through to the end of the Bank Holiday - and much of the outdoor action will be around the Town Hall and the Kino

Exam success for Rye College

The nervous wait is over and exam results are in, but how did Rye College and the Art Studio do?

Hospice reopens after fire

St Michael's Hospice has risen magnificently refurbished after the fire last year, thanks to its Phoenix Appeal

Five die on Camber Sands

Another sea tragedy hits Camber Sands with rescue services unable to save the victims

Car chase ended here

A family were woken up to find an unexpected visitor in their front room on Tuesday

Peter Dyce RIP

We regret to learn of the death of Peter Dyce, aged 87, who served on Rye Town Council for many years, and as Mayor...

Much Ado braves all weathers

It would seem we can't get enough of Shakespeare this year. He had a way with words for sure, as The Lamb Players' performance reminded us

Blooming marvellous

Amusing carrots, lengthy cucumbers and glamorous onions were all on the table at the Rye fruit and vegetable show last weekend. The giant pumpkins were on the floor as their huge weight meant that they could not be lifted by humans

A last hurrah for Shakespeare!

Shakespeare is fed up with writing plays, so he gets Rye's John Fletcher to do it for him........

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