Save sloe gin for our annual contest

Go easy on the sloe gin this Yuletide

Journey to the south’s National Park

A talk on the history of the Downs leading to the National Park

Conservation conversation . . .

Caring for the town’s heritage can have its lighter side as these partygoers will confirm.

Sing-along meeting for all

Liz Gange who leads the Sunset Singers, and Kate Head who used to run Magdala House care centre, are holding a meeting on Monday March 30 at 2pm in the Community Centre in Conduit Hill for anyone interested in attending a quarterly sing-along, writes Tony McLaughlin

Calling all knitters to act

Are you a knitwit? Or would you like to hang out with sew and sews? If so, you town needs you. Get those needles twinkling and help Iraqi refugees in need

And flowers fell on Iden

The Iden and Playden Garden Society - one of the oldest in the area - held its annual flower and produce show last weekend - and the flowers were very much to the forefront

Winchelsea restores their Gate

The Mayor of Winchelsea recounts the details of the restoration of Pipewell Gate (shown in its original state, above) together with the problems of raising funds for the work

Discovery Centre welcomes wheelchair visitor

Discovery Centre welcomes a familiar face

This June in ‘Fixtures’

The Hitler plot to be Winchelsea’s mayor leads our taster edition in Rye’s Fixtures magazine this month. Other stories: Prams and progress in Love Lane...

Carnival for Christmas 2018

Plans for the Christmas Festival are well advanced with a travelling carnival theme

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