Monthly Archives: September 2017

Healing faces of war

The story of reconstructive facial surgery began during the First World War, as described by Dr Andrew Bamji in his new book entitled Faces from the Front

Feet first for healthy living

Feet First was the title of the PPG's latest Healthy Living Event and a lot was learnt

Plant for a fair autumn

Great Dixter House and Gardens Charitable Trust at Northiam will be holding its Autumn Plant Fair on Saturday and Sunday October 7-8, 11am to 4pm,...

A surgeon’s forgotten archive

A local author publishes journals and photographs compiled by a medical officer serving with the Royal Air Force in occupied Germany after the Second World War

Even more industrial action

Here we go again - more train disruption

Rye Harbour lifeboat christened

The dedication service and formal launching of the new Rye Harbour "B Class" lifeboat took place last Saturday

Fatal accident in Church Square

Police and emergency services were called out around 9am on Tuesday September 26, to attend a fatal accident at a house in Hucksteps Row,...

Fire in Mermaid Street

Three fire appliances were called out to a fire in Mermaid Street at around 3:30pm on Friday September 22, writes Kenneth Bird. Apparently, a...

Wheels away on Sunday

Cyclists will be testing their stamina this weekend

Problems in Jempsons car park

A visitor to Rye has his own parking problems

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