Serial killer strikes again

Guy Fraser-Sampson has another five murders (at least) under his belt, as he launched his new novel at the Rye Bookshop on Easter Sunday

Let’s go to the movies!

This week's featured film showing at Rye Community Film Club on Friday September 4 is Testament of Youth, taken from Vera Brittain's best-selling autobiography this is a tale of love, war, loss and remembrance set during the First World War. For more on this and other movies showing in Rye please follow the link . . .

Black Dog dreams at art gallery

First World War artist Paul Nash, who lived some of his life in Rye, featured in a local artist's multimedia performance at Rye Art Gallery - a first for the gallery during the Arts Festival

Raving but behaving

Lydd airport goes D and B

Costumes, eggs and a romp

Historic costumes, an Easter Egg hunt, and celebrating Shakespeare's anniversary - all at a site nearby an important historic shipbuilding centre

This girl’s on fire

A play about the life of a local punk legend is to be performed in Hastings (where else?), together with a whole host of other events

Lorraine’s rocket splashes down

Rye Scallop Week star Lorraine Bowen, given the Golden Buzzer by David Walliams on "Britain's Got Talent", who called her "Britain's answer to Beyonce",...

Art helps to raise roof funds

Hundreds of people flocked to St Michael’s church in Playden over the weekend to snap up the wide variety of arts and crafts on...

Film Club presents Paddington 2

The Film Club presents its first film for the New Year

Ship (and sheep) to shore

Would you like to know about the 'Grand Mistress' of Smallhythe and her 250 men? Then read on

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