Monthly Archives: June 2018

Rex's time to stop crying

Rex has cried at a lot of weddings – but not quite in the way you might think

Exit one unreadable notice

Not the smartest place to put a noticeboard

Lamb House reopens to the public

The reopening of Lamb House marks a new phase in the history of the building

Armour arrives for birthday

A suit of armour arrives to celebrate a birthday – but whose?

Malcolm Saville fans in town

Rye is well known for its literary heritage and Malcom Saville is one of the greats still remembered and celebrated today by visitors to the town

Napoleon, man and emperor

Many of us have a fascination for Napoleon, the man who changed the face of Europe

Community spirit at its best

Great fun spending the evening at the allotments surrounded by the growing fruit and vegetables with amazing food prepared by a small team

Beat the Street starts

Beat the Street game starts, but there is still time to register

A blooming secret garden

As with many gardens in Rye, this one was surprising in its size, beauty and special plants.

Hound-helping holidaymakers

Ryers on holiday have made a big difference to a Greek animal charity

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