Monthly Archives: June 2018

Let's go to a show!

This week, a double treat of Sir Simon Rattle's farewell concert with the Berlin Philharmoniker, and Glyndebourne kicks off with Madama Butterfly. Look out next week for an encore performance of Swan Lake from the Royal Opera House.

Jam and Blithe Spirit on the Marsh

JAM on the Marsh has gained a reputation for presenting high-quality concerts and cultural events in the context of the churches of Romney Marsh

Starry Sondheim night

An enjoyable play, for some an introduction to Stephen Sondheim, for others a treat for fans

Perennials get planted out

The community garden starts to look its summer best as the perennials get planted

Rye Arts take safety seriously

Arts Festival organisers and volunteers undertake first-aid training in preparation for this year's event

Birthday Tea at Iden

On Saturday, June 9 Iden Village Hall celebrated the Queen's official birthday with an afternoon of cream teas, writes Teresa Cooper. The hall was...

Walkies, anyone?

The Cinnamon Trust urgently need dog walking volunteers to help a resident of Rye and their lovely dog Sadie, a 13 year old cross breed,...

Answers from Academy Trust

The Rye Academy Trust answers our questions

Planning decision still uncertain

Outline permission only so far for Tennis Club building

Sheikh-up for Hastings Pier

Hastings locals infuriated by possible pier sell-off

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