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Monthly Archives: August 2018
Run ancient trails
Are you fit and do you fancy a scenic cross-country run? Then this new event around the Rye countryside could be just for you
Rye 1st XI clinch promotion
The 1st XI continue their meteoric rise and 2nd XI make progress in their league
Oh what a fun weekend of bowls!
Firefighters on the bowls green
Drama at 2018 Rye Arts Festival
We have covered talks and music. Now we look at some of the dramatic productions for the Arts Festival
Local art meets art of Rye USA
An exciting new event is being planned by Emma Miller of Art & Soul, with Rye, New York. Keep reading Rye News, the art trail will be upon us at Christmas
Tuesday Painters show off
The 'other' painters' society demonstrates its talent
Let’s go to the movies!
Emma Thompson stars as a judge trying to decide whether to force an 18-year-old boy to accept a life-saving blood transfusion
Let’s go to a show!
Event cinema leads off this week with Hurricane - the tale of the Polish fliers who fought in the RAF during the Second World War - with a Q&A with director David Blair
New show from an old company
A re-formed theatrical company, with a long history, performs at the Arts Festival next month
Pett Level sculptor’s open studio
Sculptor Tim Riddihough displays a collection of art forms which fill his house and garden
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