Charity boules competition

Come and play boules at East Guldeford

Midsummer art class

Spend a weekend improving your drawing

Theatre school in Northiam

"Don't put your daughter on the stage..." said Noel Coward, but a new theatre school thinks differently

Gardening year unfolds at Dixter

The magic of Great Dixter is not only for gardeners

Hot jazz at Hastings

Watch out for next year's Jazz Fest, it's a great weekend of free music

School joins pebble-painting

Pebbles and history at Winchelsea Primary School

Strandliners visit Peacehaven

An informative account of our waste and how it is dealt with

Iden opens its gardens

The heart of a village displayed in its gardens

Rye Emporium shows its style

A new and interesting addition to the town, an Emporium full of antiques

Andy’s touch of glass

The Rye shop-owner and Antiques Roadshow expert talks about his passion for glass

Whirling around The Salts

Freaking Out at the Salts

Ryers Unwrapped – John Tucker

With the mood change around climate change and landowners looking to diversify, John Tucker has never been busier.

Flowers celebrate countryside

Peasmarsh church held a successful flower festival this Bank Holiday weekend

Help Finn achieve his dream

Finn wants to work for the RNLI and we need more like him

Car booters flock to Jempson’s

Jempsons boot fair raised money for Rye hospital and its new hub building

Choristers hold reunion

Former choirboys reunite

Adopt a rescue cat

Bluebell Ridge's motto is: "Adopt a rescue cat and be their hero"

A garden safari around Udimore

Six gardens will be open on the afternoon of June 16 to raise funds for St Mary's

Head Gardener wins award

A prestigious award in recognition of a great gardener

Friends hear talk on Benson

Benson and Friends at St Mary's