Monthly Archives: February 2017

New centre for Station area?

Could we improve Station Approach and at the same time add to the town's facilities with a new Community Centre? Dennis Leeds-George thinks so

Music season tunes up

The music scene is starting again which is great as we have so much local talent

Let’s go to the movies!

Denzel Washington and Viola Davis star in Fences, the story of Troy Maxson, who once dreamed of a baseball career but was too old when the leagues started admitting black players

Thank you for the music

A capacity crowd moved to the beat of the tambourine at a sell out singalonga Mamma Mia evening last weekend

Climbing days remembered

Author Dan Richards sets out on the trail of his great aunt, Dorothy Pilley, a prominent and pioneering mountaineer of the early twentieth century, and discovers a legend

Christmas Festival takes stock

The 2016 Christmas Festival in Rye was another resounding success, but it took a lot of organising skill and dedicated teamwork.

The NHS listens to your voice

A former health professional, now working as a volunteer, explains how important it is for the NHS to get feedback from patients' experiences.

The art lesson

Our allotmenteer Sarah Nelson, decided she needed something else to fill the long winter hours...

Ukuleles strum to scallops

Scallops and ukuleles team up for Scallops Week and there's a busy weekend of events to come

Pussies branch out into blue

Rye's 'pussy hats' are becoming a 'must have'

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