Monthly Archives: March 2017

Town’s shucked shells scoop scallop

The Scallop Race was as competitive as always and with a new winner this year

Town celebrate promotion

Rye Town FC made the town proud as they gained promotion find out the full story here.

Unlucky casuals held to draw

Last Saturday Icklesham Casuals entertained Little Common II II at the Recreation Ground whilst the second team travelled away to face Bexhill Broncos. David Mayne reports

A tale of two Cinque Ports

Why a bookshop closed in one town, and another opened here - and seems to be working well.

Crossing safe for zebras only?

If I were Zebra would drivers stop better on the crossing?

Remarkable Rye-cital

The first in a new series of classical music concerts is brought to Rye by Alasdair Kitchen, the talented pianist, opera producer and theatre director

Film Club presents Chocolat

Rye Film Club presents Chocolat - the true story of Rafael Padilla, a former Cuban slave who finds unexpected success in belle epoque Paris as a circus clown

Two days of classical gems

Classical music lifted our reporter's spirits – twice in one week

Paris in Sussex

A new musical with plenty of talent from Rye and elsewhere in Sussex is coming to St Leonard's

Let’s go to the movies!

Oscar winner Moonlight arrives this week with its haunting tale of a young man's search to find himself.

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