Town quizzed on EU elections

Voters turning out for the EU elections offered a range of thoughts on constitutional matters

Boeing 737s coming to Lydd

Boeing 737s commence commercial flights from Lydd Airport on June 1 but the airport's short runway requires the aircraft to operate at half the full payload

Crimson field of remembrance

Poppies are planted in Winchelsea to remember the Great War

Residents’ views sought

People of Rye are to be surveyed in June about the town's Neighbourhood Plan priorities

Sign of the times

Every year local roads are plagued with hoardings advertising caravan sales and the unofficial signage is soon removed, but this year the signs look suspiciously like genuine AA signs

Fast and foolish!

A speeding driver films his race through Winchelsea at over 55mph and along a rural road at 150mph, then posts it on Facebook! Police say they are powerless

Stony road to success

It was a sun-blessed day for Rye charity walkers last weekend. There were three routes to choose from and money at the end for local charities

Anchor’s away

Locals and visitors have been puzzled by the disappearance of the Rye anchor (writes Tony McLaughlin). For years it has been a meeting point, as...

Setback for airport protest

Lydd Airport challenge suffers setback. The High Court upholds the Government's decision to permit runway and terminal expansion

Obituary: Davina Artis

A former resident of Rye, who worked in London for Lentheric fragrances and who, in retirement, helped Rye Conservation Society and at a local day centre

Mayor making and bikers

Hot pennies competed with hot leather for public attention in Rye as the sunny three-day bank holiday weekend came to an end

European cash might help Rye

The Romney Marsh Partnership, which includes Rye, wants to boost the area's economy with European funding of up to £180m available to the South East

Rye News goes live

Rye News is, finally, a reality. Wishful thinking has been turned into a community newspaper. Its Editor, Kenneth Bird, introduces the growing team who are giving their free time - to making a difference

Ferry disaster planning

The recent ferry disaster in South Korea underlines why emergency teams need "crisis rehearsals" like a recent one aboard P&O's Spirit of Britain

‘No town plan means no say’

Anthony Kimber believes that those who scoff at a Neighbourhood Plan for Rye need to think again

Unstuck – a parking problem

Residents of Lion Street in Rye, as well as tourists, have frequently protested at traffic jams caused by delivery vehicles illegally parked in the road. The answer, the town council has decided, is to build a loading bay in the High Street

Ahoy! Losers come up tops

On the day the Ambrette raft race team didn't look as if it had fared too well. The team's raft was rammed by bigger craft and it turned over four times. But the "losers" in Rye's annual race run to raise money by the Rye Lions did surface as the team to raise most money. It collected £700 for its chosen charity - the RNLI

A bit too diverting

Signs. Dotted around Rye. Yellow ones. Urging us this way and that. But why? Has someone lost the plot? And how many drivers lost their way

Churches play their cards right

One local charity is, consistently, the choice of hundreds when Rye shoppers come to buying Christmas cards: The Romney Marshes Historic Churches Trust. Who else figures high? Read on to find out

Little Shop closes its doors

A central feature of Winchelsea has closed: the Little Shop general store in the High Street is no more. There is disquiet about the fate of the building which was at one stage bequeathed to the National Trust with the intention it should remain a village shop