Monthly Archives: April 2017

Icklesham goes down fighting

Icklesham Casuals went into their final game of the season knowing that a win would save them from relegation. David Mayne reports

Casuals hit the green for charity

Footballers hit the golf course but this time it is for charity

A nation of litterbugs

Are we really a nation of litter-louts

Cool Sir Toby warms The Mint

Twelfth Night came to Rye at the weekend, but with a rather unusual twist

Portrait of an artist for NT group

Rye and District National Trust association hear about the life of George Frederick Watts, artist and sculptor who was married briefly to Ellen Terry, actress and resident of Smallhythe and Winchelsea

Support dementia fund raiser

Hopefully people are free to support this fund raiser

Winchelsea has garden secrets

Read about a few of the secrets of Winchelsea's gardens, open last Saturday

Happy birthday, Priscilla

Looking good at 90, here's to you Priscilla

New Harbour health walk

Walking is healthy - and even better in the surroundings of the Rye Harbour Nature Reserve

Cook up your fruit and veg

Recipes and cook books are available this spring from the National Trust and Highclere Castle. Read about Great Dixter's entry into distinguished company

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