Monthly Archives: November 2016

Gourmets recommend Mermaid

Fine dining in Rye - the Mermaid retains its two AA rosette quality mark

Winchelsea lights up the sky

Although the smaller cousin of Rye's finest, Winchelsea Bonfire Boyes punch above their weight on Bonfire Night. November 5 saw another magnificent firework display over the Ancient Town. But of course, being Winchelsea, there was the usual factional subtext to the event

On your marks, get set, puddings!

As Christmas in Rye 2016 gets closer, we have a film to remind you of last year and a preview of one of the ever-popular events

Flood remedy, maybe, but not yet

Flooding in the Strand Quay area of Winchelsea Road has been a periodic problem for a while. Finally, however, Highways England have taken note

Remembrance Sunday

The annual Parade and Service of Remembrance takes place this Sunday

Hospice needs your vote for award

St Michael's Hospice has been shortlisted for an award but needs your vote to help it win £25,000 through the Aviva Community Fund

Road closed, enjoy the fun

Two days of traffic disruption and road closures are coming up. We have the times and details

Badrock nets hat trick in rout

Last Saturday November 5 Icklesham Casuals 1st team entertained Trojans in the 2nd round of the Sussex Bluefin Junior Challenge Cup at the Recreation Ground. David Mayne Reports

The Brexit butterfly

Will the recent US election have an effect on Rye?

A newbie’s view of Rye, Part 7

This month Rye newcomers immerse themselves in the music scene and find themselves surprised

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