Recruiting to help find employment

The Rye Partnership's rural employability project is proving a great success in supporting local people back into employment. Several recent roadshow/ recruitment events have all proved successful in recruiting staff for local businesses

The merry making begins

Father Christmas paid Rye his first visit of the season, accompanied by snow children, a Santa baby and led by a marching bagpipe band. He likes Rye so much he'll be back this coming Saturday, too

Rum goings on . . .

You'd expect to find booze in a boozer but the landlord of the Robin Hood ended up in court when the Inland Revenue and local constabulary discovered a quantity of smuggled spirits concealed about the property

Summer turns white

To the sound of thunder, a sudden late afternoon hailstorm this week sent people scurrying home, writes Kenneth Bird. Hailstones more than one centimetre...

Walking back through history

Camber Castle was the focus for this year's Rotary Club charity walk - and not just because that's where the refreshments were. Walkers were also offered a free tour of the Tudor ruins and the chance to take part in a quiz

Learning about stained glass

Looking for a unique and interesting present for someone special? What about a short course where the lucky recipient learns a new skill and takes away something beautiful at the end of the day?

Taxi booth going places

There was no Lord Sugar, no Dragons just one man and his idea, which in just six months has grown. Dan Lake reports

Walking for all

A successful 18th Annual Rotary Walk was completed by more than 55 people

Go wild at the Nature Reserve

Getting up close to the natural world on your doorstep at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve is not only good for your health, it can teach new skills

The animals went in two by two….

Children at Peasmarsh Church of England primary school decided to enter a competition run by the Chichester Diocese on a theme inspired by the Year of the Bible

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