Ring out the bells for peace

Ringing for peace to mark the Armistice centenary is a good reason to join the band of Rye ringers

Help Finn achieve his dream

Finn wants to work for the RNLI and we need more like him

Sea Cadets end active year well

Rye's Sea Cadets line up by their stall at last Saturday's Toyland festival

Missing person – can you help?

A small poster in a corner of the High Street reveals a mystery

Wildlife fun at nature reserve

Wondering what to do with the children during the holidays? Rye Harbour Nature Reserve may have the answer

Midsummer festival lights up

Northiam Bonfire Society will be lighting up the sky over the weekend of June 20/21 with a Midsummer Festival. Saturday includes a dog show in the day and a BBQ and music in the evening and Sunday will host a Boot Fair with refreshments. There will be a beer festival in 'The Highwayman's Inn' both days. Simon Merrick reports

Mysteries at u3a

Unexplained mysteries may have some light thrown on them by Andy Thomas at the first Rye and District u3a's (University of the Third Age) at the meeting on Monday September 15 at Rye Community Centre at 2pm, and it is a mystery what mysteries he is going to talk about.

Power for Haiden

Jackie bikes to help disabled child

Adventures of an allotmenteer

In the first of a monthly series, novice ‘Allotmenteer’ Sarah Nelson sets out to tackle an overgrown patch of land . . . in search of her rural idyll

Winchelsea open gardens

Hard work produces beautiful gardens

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