Monthly Archives: February 2017

Positives about the Conquest

Good and bad stories from the Conquest - but don't blame the staff

Winchelsea restores their Gate

The Mayor of Winchelsea recounts the details of the restoration of Pipewell Gate (shown in its original state, above) together with the problems of raising funds for the work

Jempson’s grows in size

Jempson's new look is on its way, with an improved shopping experience and bigger ranges, including a relocated Post Office

Singing for better breathing

Singing in a relaxed friendly group is good for your health, so the Music Well invites you to sign up for these free sessions

Table sale to fund swim trip

Rye and Peasmarsh Guides are fund-raising for an expedition to the Victorian Baths in Manchester

Traffic must go with the flow

Highways England thinks that 20 miles per hour limits on main roads are a non-starter, but a landslip might persuade them otherwise. And could we end up with a road on stilts?

Improving local health care

Rye's Memorial Hospital is looking at expansion plans as the Conquest hospital in Hastings gets "improving, but could do better" report

Rother’s plans for Camber Sands

After last summer's tragedies Rother is now finalising lifeguard plans for 2017

Light vanishes in dark

A new light vanishes plunging a footbridge back into the dark - perhaps confirming parents' fears

Scallop Festival starts soon

The annual scallop festival is drawing nearer

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