Wow, what a doll

A dress to turn heads: created in wallpaper, designed by Rye students

A towering achievement

The ruined church of Old St Helen’s at Ore lies off the beaten track. It was well-known to the fashionable world of Victorian Hastings, but today it is rarely visited. Kenneth Bird describes how the Sussex Heritage Trust restored this ancient monument that spans a thousand years of history

Money – to be given away

Our local communities are full of deserving causes. A fund exists to help them. It is open to voluntary groups and charities within six miles of Rye. Perhaps your group should be applying for the help of Rye Fund

Changes in GP services

While a doctor is no longer based at Rye hospital for weekend cover, the extent of GP support is actually increased, with some now dedicated to home visits

Mystery of chocolate sheep

They are friendly, petite and have beguiling brown faces. A reader spotted these sheep close to Rye but no one seemed to know what breed they are

Hospital with a long past stands defiant

The NHS is changing fast. To stay a focus for local care in the future, Rye's hospital is having to evolve fast, too. Barry Nealon describes how