Marshlink rail misery

Commuters suffered yet more frustrating delays on the Marshlink last week, writes Richard Comotto. Problems came to a head on Thursday when every other service between...

TLC has its own awards

Three years ago two doctors bought a Georgian property in Rye. It needed a lot of TLC. They gave it. This year the restoration...

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....

This month in Fixtures

Another film company chose Rye as a location and the traditional New Year meet of the Romney Marsh Hunt at the Mermaid put colour...

Farewell spin for Jumbo

Jumbo the bus - so called because of his V747 JPU number plate - made his last outing for Rye Community Transport ferrying visitors to...

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...

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%...

Meet St Nick in his grotto

Make a date: to see Father Christmas in his grotto. If you're a kid, that's the bit you don't want to miss. Well, there...

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.

Showing next in Rye

Sophie Nelisse, seen above, is the star of The Book Thief, the next feature at the Rye Film Club on Friday, October 3. She...

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