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Monthly Archives: June 2017
Lemonaid helps Steve’s cancer fight
Whose life were they trying to save at the rugby ground ? The clues in the title - Lemonaid !
Moth morning at Nature Reserve
Recording wildlife plays a vital role in nature conservation. It also makes a fascinating hobby and attracts young and old
Beckley opens its gardens
Beckley is opening eight gorgeous gardens in aid of church funds
Southern cuts shuttle again
Southern have produced a new rail schedule designed to sink their reputation still further
Police return to parking patrol
At the Town Council meeting, parking was once again on the agenda – along with black brollies!
Festival seeks new music director
After many successful years the Director of Classical Music is retiring. Who could replace him?
No through trains to Brighton?
It looks like Rye will be losing its direct train service to Brighton in 2018. Consultation ends on July 27 so submit your comments
Swing into maritime action
The Festival of the Sea is getting closer so why not make up a team and join in the fun
Say hello, wave goodbye
The town will be sorry to see Lizzie Lee leave Rye bookshop, but we welcome her successor
The week ahead as July begins
What does the next week hold - festivals, concerts, open gardens - and the summer has only just begun.
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