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Monthly Archives: April 2017
Fair plants for spring
Great Dixter Spring Fair provided talented plantsmen, lots of variety and good food this last weekend
U3A visit to Sackville and Standen
Sackville College (a Jacobean Almshouse) and Standen National Trust visit, wel worth it and both in one day - lots of history
New wine merchant opens doors
Bottoms up! A new fine wine shop opens up by the Landgate
Visit gardens and a moonlight walk
St Michael's Hospice are repeating two of their popular events from last year
White Vine hosts five-course feast
Delicious food in giant quantities was on the menu at White Vine House, courtesy of pop-up restaurant Zephyr
Dementia Alliance meets
Rye and District Dementia Action Alliance (RDDAA) has a guest speaker, Stephen Clift from the Music Well charity, at its first annual meeting next...
Tilling Green, the next stage
Tilling Green school, now used as a community centre, is busy sometimes - but it lost users and income after a failed attempt to put housing on the site - and the Town Council is now being asked to step in - but into what ?
Rye Festival of the Sea launched
The annual raft race was just too good to be allowed to disappear into folk memory, so it's being revived under a new team of volunteers
Business Forum meets again
Rye Area Business Forum follows its first successful meeting with a talk on government initiatives for encouraging exports
Jempson’s superstore make-over
Work is about to start on the multi-million pound refurbishment and extension of Rye’s supermarket. In an Easter 2017 newsletter to customers, Jempson’s looks...
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