Hospice needs your vote for award

St Michael's Hospice has been shortlisted for an award but needs your vote to help it win £25,000 through the Aviva Community Fund

Peasmarsh bookworms

Reading prizes given to Peasmarsh Primary

Devil shortlisted for award

What Rye restaurant has been shortlisted for an award?

High Street loses fruit and veg

Another serious loss to the high street - no butcher and now no greengrocer

The circus is coming

Santus Circus is due on Salts Farm on the edge of Rye towards Camber for the bank holiday weekend with performances including tightrope walkers...

Christmas fair at St Mary’s

The annual charities fair will be held in St Mary's church, Rye on Saturday December 2, from 10am to 3pm, writes Chris Emson. Practically all...

Councillors up for election

Are you interested in representing Rye on Rother District Council? Then join this pre-election session to hear how the Council operates

ARRCC loses its rainbow

A fuller story is emerging about the business failure of ARRCC, but there may be more to come warns the liquidator

Runaway shingle recaptured

The march of shingle towards the Sands and dunes has been arrested and reversed

Rallying call to Tilling Green

Tilling Green's community centre is suddenly the centre of attention. When will it be bulldozed, rebuilt and who will run it? The answers are unclear, moreso after a private meeting during the week with those who hire parts of the centre. But on Monday, Cllr Mary Smith will be trying to pin down those who manage it at a meeting of the town's public services committee. She urges the public to turn up in force to seek answers. Charles Harkness reports . . .

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