Monthly Archives: June 2017

The ‘second home’ timebomb

It has been decided that there is no need to adopt the 'St Ives Solution' to 2nd homes. But is that right?

Tough conditions for cruisers

Challenging conditions gave the cruisers a tough two races

Tennis Club development on hold

The Tennis Club have suffered a set back, but is the the end of their plans?

Junior sailor tames weather

Despite strong winds, Scott Wilkinson, 15, triumphed in Sunday's RHYC dinghy race

Twenty years of glorious music

Twenty years have passed since the first Florestan Festival in Peasmarsh Church. Now called the Peasmarsh Chamber Music Festival, it has grown in significance, attracting a world wide audience

Carry On Boys play France

For a second time, Rye has exported one of its best groups across the Channel to entertain our French neighbours

A joyful string immersion

The Archaeus Quartet are a highlight of the Peasmarsh Chamber Music Festival

Let’s go to the movies!

A young getaway driver tries to quit the criminal world but runs into danger on the way

Museum opens for summer

It's a garden party? But it's in a museum

White squirrel in Icklesham

An interesting and unusual visitor to a local garden

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