This month in Fixtures

Our digest of stories from the month of March starts with Dee Alsey's profile of Priscilla Ryan, while our Editor, Charles Harkness adds his...

This January in Fixtures

This month we take a look back at the excellent Christmas festivities, when great expectations were met and Rye News photographers and writers were...

Quick off the mark

A reader in Northiam was the first to send us an advert for our free classified section. Rye watchers will know him well: Conrad...

First to take ad-vantage

All advertising in Rye News is free for the next few months and the first business to go online with us is the Britcher &...

Let’s go to the movies!

Our weekly look ahead to the films in Rye - at the Kino and our local film club. Our movie of the week at the Kino from Friday February 20 is Selma, pictured above, chronicling the tumultuous three-month period during which Martin Luther King led a dangerous campaign to secure equal voting rights in the face of violent opposition. Inside, click on a movie title to see a trailer. Neale East reports

Let’s go to the movies!

This week's featured film is 'Far from the Madding Crowd' (pictured) - the timeless story of a beautiful and headstrong woman, who attracts three very different suitors; follow link for details and previews of this and other movies showing in Rye..

Let’s go to the movies!

This week's featured film showing at Rye Kino is 'Ricki and the Flash'. Meryl Streep (pictured) goes electric and takes on a whole new gig - a hard-rocking singer/guitarist - in the uplifting comedy Ricki and the Flash. For more details, trailer and other movies in Rye please follow the link...

Let’s go to the movies!

What do you do when your local pub closes down and you want to save it? Write a book of course, but not any old book

Panic not, I’ll sort xmas for you

I've wobbled forth into town for the first time since baby. An sense of impending doom is eased by reflections on rollerskates - I love'em - and gentrified gingerbread men

Let’s go to the movies!

This week's featured film showing at the Rye Kino is ‘Still Alice’ starring Julianne Moore (pictured above) in a heart-wrenching tale in which she plays a linguistics professor who is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's disease. Read on for reviews and links to trailers . . .

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