Rhythm and news from The Music Well

Music in a garden is great for well-being

Artists join centenary celebration

The WEA celebrates its 100th birthday

Beach clean news – get involved

Data and details of marine pollution are vital to persuade government to take action

Andy McConnell event a great success

Andy McConnell wowed the audience once again with his encyclopedic knowledge of glass

Clean sweep for Romney Marsh sheep

The Kent County Show featured Romney Marsh livestock amongst others

Farewell John – Ricordatemi cosi

The community gathered in the garden to commemorate the life of John Howlett

Community Garden receives a gift

Though it is a pity we do not have Rye in Bloom any more, the community garden has been given a gift of the unused raised money

Show prizes for young farmers

Young farmers at Tenterden's Homewood School carry off prizes

Visit Dungeness Nature Reserve

Our other local nature reserve at Dungeness is well worth a visit

Art in a creative garden

Open garden of a multi-talented woodworker and restorer

A perfect English afternoon

Sunshine and cream teas in a walled garden

Manager catches poetry bug

Manager Barry Yates talks about one of the Nature Reserve's 30 Days Wild events

Food for the soul

St Anthony's is hosting a talk which is open to all

Family fun at Nature Reserve

The school holidays are coming and there is lots on at the Rye Harbour Nature Reserve

Time for some DIY

Trade Paints pride themselves on offering an advisory service for customers so if you need help, pay them a visit

New hands serve tea at ‘Cobbles’

The Cobbles Tea Room has new owners but it is cream teas as usual at this ever-popular institution

Artists paint at Lamb House

Artists enjoyed access to Lamb House for a national Trust painting session

Norman conquest moves closer to home

The Battle of Hastings - but was it the battle of Brede Valley?

Community Garden Party open to all

The Community Garden is celebrating its 5th birthday with a party

Behind the lens with Peter Greenhalf

An interview with Peter Greenhalf, photographer