Monthly Archives: September 2016

Tasty treats at St Bartholomew’s

St Bartholomew's Extra Care centre is opening its doors in aid of Macmillan nurses

WEA – autumn courses for adults

The autumn session of classes for adults is due to start shortly and Andy Stuart has the details

Beach Hut opens at Gallivant

Treat yourself at the Gallivant, relax, feel better

Landgate report imminent

The architect's report on the condition of the Landgate is due shortly. Will this finally determine it's future?

Priming the pump

The pump in Church Square is deteriorating and urgently needs repair. But who is responsible for it?

Murder mystery at the Mermaid

A murder is announced - at the Mermaid

An artist tells his story

A furniture maker brought up in Rye fails to make his fortune in London, so turns to what he loves most, being an artist

Southern Rail – time to intervene

The view from the Marsh Link Action Group on the current strike situation at Southern Railway

A close run thing

A light wind and calm sea made for some competitive racing for the cruisers

Home sweet home for Rye

Last Saturday September 17, in a match sponsored by Dom Cruttenden of Rye Heating, Rye Town FC played their first home game of the season as they entertained JC Tackleway at the Salts in the Macron East Sussex Football League Division One. Dan Lake reports

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