1,000 performers in folk festival

Tenterden has a great line up of events for its 22nd annual folk festival this weekend. The streets will be filled with Morris men and women, clog and garland dancers and giants

Sussex seaside makes history

“Resorting to the Coast – Sussex Seaside History” is the title of Dr Geoffrey Mead’s talk to Rye Museum Association on  Thursday, February 8,...

Rother’s double double dealing?

What is behind Rother's rush to dispose of Camber Fields? Is there more to this than meets the eye, asks a member of Rye's bidding consortium. And what are Rye's RDC councillors doing, or are they still on a convenient holiday?

Watch this space as 2016 starts

Uncertainty hangs over the coming year as spending cuts affect or delay changes, or create new problems - but some changes are taking place

Council lists its concerns

The redevelopment of the former school in Tilling Green, now used as a community centre, continues to raise questions and concerns at the Town Council's Planning Committee as well as rousing strong opinions amongst those most directly affected

Pastors looking to help

Bonfire Night can be a bit crazy - and sometime a helping hand can help - even if it's just with a lollipop. Seana Lanigan reports on a streetwise initiative.

Grants up for grabs

Rother District Council has announced a funding stream to support events and festivals in Rye

Co-working comes to town!

A relatively new idea gives smaller businesses flexibility without their incurring substantial overhead costs of opening an office

Can you shed any light?

A lamppost was discovered on its side on Wednesday morning on land between the Gibbet Marsh car park and a nearby pumping station. But...

Museum’s 90th birthday party

Birthday celebrations demand a guard of honour

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