Monthly Archives: April 2018

Rye Arts Festival holds two AGMs

Rye Arts Festival has reconstituted itself

Iden entertained by the weather

A most ingenious and entertaining celebration of English weather in Iden

Let's go to the movies!

Taken from the bestselling novel, The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society tells the story of a young writer who travels to the island in search of the story of the islanders' struggle under the occupation

Let's go to a show!

A second chance to see Jennifer Saunders returning to the West End stage for the first time in 20 years in Oscar Wilde's Lady Windermere's Fan

A Dreadful Trade? Not really

A local journalist and author desserts his natural habitat with a new book

The history of Hastings, in Rye

A fascinating history in objects was the talk of the month at Rye Museum

New Chairman for conservationists

The Rye Conservation Society is about to elect a new chairman

Fire and Rescue Service recruits

Great atmosphere between the visitors/interested parties and the professional fire fighters

Rye Seniors' Fair well staged

There was plenty of advice on hand at the Rye Seniors Fair to help make the most of retirement

Nursery climbing high!

Rye Nursery in Ferry Road is building on its success with new initiatives and is set to increasie in size

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