Beer makes welcome return

The talented and popular Phil Beer appearing locally at the end of the month

Let’s go to the movies!

50 shades of naughtiness comes to Rye (pictured above). Why not whip up to the Kino for a cheeky peek from this Friday? Delve further to see our overview of films showing in Rye over the next week, together with links to trailers.

Princess to honour Rye yachtsman

Richard Hopper of Rye Harbour Sailing Club will be presented with a Lifetime Commitment Award by the Princess Royal at a Royal Yachting Association lunch later this month - in recognition of his success in turning around the club's fortunes as well as inspiring young club members

Trash and carry on

Rye residents queued at Rye Library to seek advice on the revised waste and recycling service from Rother Council, which starts on Monday June...

Met mast appeal

Ecotricity, a green energy company based in Gloucestershire, is appealing against the refusal for it to erect a meteorological mast at Snave on Romney Marsh....

Gas leak at Rope Walk rail crossing

The northbound carriageway into Grove Road was closed last week following reports of a gas leak

Chamber music back in Peasmarsh

The sun shone, the musicians played, and it was very much an international occasion with artistes from more than half a dozen countries. Alexander Stiller reports on Peasmarsh's Chamber Music Festival.

Goodbye Budgens

By Tony McLaughlin The Budgens store on Station Approach in Rye is now fully owned by local grocers Jempson's. The company says that having 100%...

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