Monthly Archives: February 2017

It must be spring!

Can it be Spring already? The market stalls suggest it is

Nature proves entertaining

The work of Sussex Wildlife Trust proved highly entertaining at a talk given to Friends of Rye Harbour Wildlife Trust last week

Fairtrade comes to town

Fairtrade Fortnight starts soon

Do planning officers listen ?

This week may see some controversy rearing its head - as one of Rother District Council's officers talks to the Town Planning Committee on Monday, and all our councillors (County, District and Town) attend the annual Town Meeting on Wednesday

Amber addresses business forum

A well-attended new forum for local businesses was launched with guest speaker Amber Rudd

New Poppy Appeal Organiser

Rye RBL welcomes Jackie Brooks, new Poppy Appeal Organiser, to the team this week.

Station display just the ticket

Are they waiting for a train? Stuart (on the right, above, of the Deputy Town Crier) has a station in his back garden, but that might not help. However some of his "luggage" has been left at Rye's station for a while.

FSB sponsors networking

It seems that business networking opportunities, like buses, either don't happen, or several come along together, writes John Minter. Further to the recent meeting...

105 best wishes specially delivered

Major David Wilkinson who lives in Church Square, Rye celebrated his 105th birthday this week with golfing friends before getting a special delivery from...

Casuals earn a vital point

Last Saturday 11 February the 1st team of Icklesham Casuals entertained J.C. Tackleway whilst the 2nd team travelled away to Sedlescombe Rangers III. David Mayne reports.

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