Monthly Archives: July 2017

Remembering George Bayntun

George Bayntun, who died last week at the age of 105, was known to many for his determined hold on life, stoically independent till the last

Petrolheads admire vintage cars

Admiring the old, reconditioned cars and vintage paraphernalia I wondered what is so great about modern design today

1st Xl frustrated again

Rye 1st XI missed victory by one wicket at the Salts last Saturday. Read about this and all the other cricket teams locally

Sky’s the limit

Service providers are relying more and more on telephone robots to shield them from customer complaints - this is not good enough

Petula helps to raise funds

Petula Clark made a surprise appearance at the Fairlight Hall ball to raise funds for the Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition

Let’s go to the movies!

Spider-Man is back and dealing with the evil Vulture

Soiree sings for supper

Winchelsea Singers held an amusing and very entertaining evening, organised by Charlotte Beecroft

Rye Film Club presents Lion

A heart warming story with that feel good factor

Give it a Wurlitzer

Rye Wurlitzer Academy relies on public support at its concerts to maintain its teaching of theatre organ playing

Dentists on new aid mission

A volunteer returns for the fourth time to offer his dentistry skills to refugees in northern Greece

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