Monthly Archives: November 2016

Time for many to act

Christmas is coming - and it is closer than you think as "Tales of Old" takes over Rye on Saturday December 10

Gift ideas from Elysian centre

Arts, crafts and vegan skincare gifts go on sale at the Elysian centre

Willow weaving at the Garden

What to build? A sheltering screen or a wall? The Community Garden volunteers spent a day constructing a beautiful willow screen for a social area

The Conquest conquers

A great experience at our local hospital. And public transport delivers as well! Heidi Foster reports

Triathlon star in the making

An up-and-coming young sportsman chose a triathlon to raise money for a chosen charity

Stevens hat trick helps Rye go clear

Last Saturday ( November 5) Rye Town FC were hoping to extend their lead at the top of the East Sussex Football League Division One as they entertained Northiam 75 at the Salts

A thank you to Rother Responders

Rother Responders provide a vital but often-unsung service

King Lear comes to St Mary’s

Building on its reputation for outdoor performances of Shakespeare's plays, local theatrical company Bowler Crab tours East Sussex indoor venues with its new production of King Lear, his greatest tragedy

Tuneful year for Music Well

The Music Well has gone from strength to strength, using iPads to help people with dementia. A film showed how much they enjoyed using them to create music and art

The Wonderful World of Legend

Last night Rye's World of Legend opened its doors to local residents and businesses to share some of its mysteries and see who or what lurks within

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