Monthly Archives: October 2016

A slow way to be healthy

Some sports are fast, but others rely on slow movements - and tai chi is not just a sport, but also a way of keeping fit and healthy - for all ages

Bye bye bank!

A very personal opinion about the imminent closure of the local HSBC, without any prior notice

Chanteuse back in Winchelsea

If you want to know what made French cafe singers so famous, come and listen to Flossie Malavialle in Winchelsea on Saturday

Let’s go to the movies

Tom Cruise returns in swashbuckling form as he fights to free his former army major from a treason charge in Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

Another Meeting of Minds

For those who missed Martin Wimbush's first performance at the Rye Arts Festival, here is another opportunity to see it at the Creative Centre Theatre.

Taxing times in Winchelsea

In Winchelsea, come Autumn, comes the Chamberlain. This is time of year when an officer of Winchelsea Corporation visits various local houses to try to collect a medieval tax. Is this a quaint custom or "the pointless trying to collect the worthless"?

Funding Camber lifesavers

This summer's drownings at Camber Sands highlighted the need for faster live-saving measures, with trained lifeguards on the beach to spot trouble - and help fast. So The Gallivant stepped up to help raise funds for the lifeboat charity, the RNLI

How to double your money

The strength of any voluntary organisation depends on its members being willing to step forward. Rother Environmental Group has plans for expansion.

Getting all pumped up

One of Rye News' founders has a successful sideline, in growing prize-winning giant pumpkins. Dennis Leeds George reports

Gallivant in a coastal garden

The new coastal garden at the Gallivant hotel at Camber has been shortlisted for the Society of Garden Designers (SGD) Awards writes Seana Lanigan. ...

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