Monthly Archives: November 2016

Planting a tree for posterity

Concern about climate change can be expressed in many ways. The Brede WI decided to plant a tree in appreciation of their beautiful environment

Dentist returns to help refugees

Kyriacos Hajikakou returns to Northern Greece to provide much needed dental treatment in the refugee camps

Raise funds for Sara Lee Trust

An enjoyable day to support a serious cause- the Sara Lee Trust

Eat and learn at the Globe

There is a new activity at the Globe Inn and you can eat or just have a drink while listening - and Heidi Foster went to hear about the local visitors centre pictured above

Welcome to Camber Country Dance

Camber is a little bit country, a little bit rock and roll. Heidi Foster reports

Elysian festive art fair debut

There were wreaths, rugs, jewels and jugs at the Elysian centre on Saturday November 19th when their first Christmas fair kicked off the festive season

Flooding can be a health risk!

We are entering that period of the year when heavy rainfall can be expected. Dr Anthony Kimber highlights one of the possible dangers

Heritage Centre presents report

The heritage Centre presented its report at this week's meeting of the RTC Policy Committee

Rye Harbour remembers

The men from Rye Harbour who died in the 1928 Mary Stanford lifeboat disaster, are honoured by their families and members of the RNLI in the special service of remembrance held each year

Zumba for Children in Need

Raising money for Children in Need, a group of ladies did an hour of Zumba in pyjamas at Peasmarsh Memorial Hall last Thursday evening,...

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