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Monthly Archives: October 2016
The Bard in Newenden
Did Shakespeare go through Newenden on his route to Rye? We will never know, but the village is using the possibility to put on its own celebration of the Bard's 400th anniverary
Walk and win a Mermaid meal
Join Mike Carver on one of his guided history walks around Rye and you will have the chance to win a three course meal at the Mermaid
Cameras on Lion Street?
How can we deal with drivers who are arrogant enough to take no notice of yellow lines, people and property when parking on Lion Street?
Market Road closure
Market Road is to be closed for two days shortly, so be prepared for a bout of traffic chaos
Green group back up and running
The Green group are still busy and we look at their recent activities
21 RNLI launches in 10 weeks
Our local lifeboat volunteers have had had a very busy year, marred this summer by tragedy
Northiam ready to blaze away
Northiam Bonfire Society gets ready to host its fourth annual torchlight procession and bonfire on Saturday, October 8
Recipes and light for the Hospice
Recipes and remembering a loved one - two ways of helping St Michael's Hospice
Coaching and fitness at Camber
A coach with a full swimming and general fitness program has been operating out of Camber
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