The Hub on Rye Hill update

The Hub has secured the Sara Lee Trust whose extensive range of services are offered free of charge.

Cars at risk overnight

Rye High Street will experience overnight road works next week

Planning matters

New dwellings are planned along Ferry Road

BBC comes to Rye College

Our local baker will feature on a BBC food programme to be recorded in Rye

Kino celebrates the first five years

The Kino in Rye has proved immensely popular since its inception

Granary Club uncovers Victorian skeleton

One of Rye's historic but redundant industrial buildings finds a welcome alternative use

Planning committee meets on CPE

'1 hour free' under threat from CPE

Heritage Centre has new future

Good news from the charity set up to save the Heritage Centre

MP responds to crime report

MP for Hastings & Rye Sally-Ann Hart outlines her response to the recent increase in reported crime

Roadworks arrive with winter

You will be diverted by road repairs in the months ahead

Madison’s disappears overnight

Within 24 hours Madison's went from a trading business to a vacant shop

Station car park resurfacing

Network Rail plans weekend closures of rail station car park for maintenance works

End of year crime spike

The recent increase in reported crime opens up the debate on policing in Rye

Getting high for the holidays

Three arrested in a drugs and firearm raid in the week before Christmas

Vehicle ran out of control

Runaway van careers into shop window

Northiam council acquires site

A great new community initiative

Thank you from food bank

Christmas was a busy time for the foodbank

Climate change resilience grants

SWTes launch a competition to foster climate change resilience

On duty 24/7 even Christmas

Lifeboat station stands ready to hear the call of those in peril on the sea

Council finds cash in the attic

An exquisite sculpture of a native American chief which had laid unidentified in Rye Town Hall for decades was sold at Sotheby's for six times its estimate last week