Monthly Archives: December 2016

Casuals end the year with a win

Last Saturday, December 17, Icklesham Casuals 2nd team travelled away in a bottom-of-the-table clash. David Mayne reports.

Runners train beginners

We are starting a new Rye Runners beginners course from January 14 which is a 10 week course that gets people of any ability...

Pointing to victory

Perhaps not strictly a sport, but the ancient game of crib is alive and well in our area. Dennis Leeds-George reports

Hall replies to critics

Country and Western at Camber - a correction

Euphonia plays a different tune

A fascinating and enjoyable evening, showcasing the talents of both cast and director and which deserved a larger audience

Howling over the marshes

Fancy some entertainment after the festivities? In Winchelsea, Holmes and Watson will be seeking the Hound of the Baskervilles inside St Thomas's Church, complete with fog, in this year's Christmas matinee

Moving tribute to gifted man

Thomas Harris, a young pianist of great promise, died at the age of 22. A concert was held in his memory at St Thomas's Church, Winchelsea

Dancing a panto

Performers from Rye Dance School presented their pantomime at Rye Community Centre last weekend, December 17, following performances during the "Tales of Old" Christmas...

Let’s go to the movies!

There are still chances to see Rogue One and Passengers this coming Christmas week, together with a stunning performance of The Nutcracker from the Royal Opera House. Fantastic Beasts and Bridget Jones's Baby return on Friday, December 30, with Silence and A Monster Calls from New Year's day

Ian Graham-Bryce remembered

Rye Arts Festival is a massive annual event, but who knows the past history of volunteers who have made it work. Former chairman Ian Graham-Bryce died recently. A friend remembers him

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