Villagers join in spirited scrub-up

Iden residents took advantage of good weather to have a bit of a village cleaning session and proved just what can be done with a little community spirit and some elbow grease. Mary Philo reports.

Building for climate change

A talk on sustainable architecture shows how the building industry can adapt to climate change

Bonfire boys pick woman

Rye Bonfire Society elected new President at its recent Annual General Meeting and set a date for its popular auction of promises

Talk on timber-framed houses

Winchelsea Archaeological Society is hosting a talk on 'Regional and Periodic Styles of Timber Framed Houses’ on Saturday May 12 writes Kenneth Bird. The...

Goodbye, Jenny

Jenny Lee, a very active member of Rye Conservation Society, and a patron and supporter of many other Rye organisations, has died, aged 83.

Santa’s night out falls flat

The Cards for Good Causes Santa, who disappeared on Bonfire Night, has been found alive and well, if a bit grubby, and returned to...

Twist and shake for the “Mem”

Sixties time at the Milligan to raise hospital funds - rattle and roll with live music, fish and chips and a Lindy Hop

Hiccups . . . on the buses

The bus cuts axe has fallen and new services came into effect on Sunday April 26. There are some new operators and new route numbers, too. Some might be better, but change can mean confusion. So bus user Charles Harkness stepped out to discover for himself what was going on. In some cases, not a lot

Freewoman proposed

Priscilla Ryan, known to many in the town, becomes a Freewoman

New funding for community

Prepare your funding applications for the trustees of the community shop

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