Monthly Archives: October 2016

Canon shoots Russian warship

Coastal spotters in Rye are still on guard 950 years after the last invasion, as the Vicar of St Mary's demonstrated last week

New Road residents make progress

New Road Residents' committee have achieved a meeting with Highways England and Keith Glazier to discuss road-calming measures along the dangerous stretch of the...

When evidence is not enough

The council is looking to closed circuit television as a solution to parking problems. But who will then act? Parking is not a priority for the hard pressed police except in dire emergencies. And does the council want traffic wardens?

New editor sails in sloely

Newspaper editors sometimes leave under a cloud, or simply drop dead - but in the case of Rye News he has been simply kicked upstairs and the new editor John Minter is pictured above (left)

Another accident on A259

Accident closes road for seven hours

Quakers meet

Town Hall Butter Market hosted the customary cake and coffee stall last Saturday morning, this time the turn of the Quakers, writes Kenneth Bird....

Willis saves the day for town

Rye looked to extend their 100 per cent record as they faced unbeaten Bexhill Town at the salts. Shane Ridgers reports

Summer time ends

As the nights get darker, subtly different visions of Rye appear in the lamplight (and the odd ghost, perhaps) so don't forget British Summer...

Marshlink shuttle back on track

The rail strikes continue and Stuart Harland brings us up to date

Lifesaver for Tilling Green

Several Public Access Defibrillators (PADs) have been installed in Rye and the surrounding areas with Camber and Valley Park being the two most recent. Dan Lake reports on the newest addition

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