At sunset on Monday August 4 the Last Post will sound over Winchelsea - just one of the events to be held that day commemorating Britain's entry to the First World War and the men from the town who went to fight but did not return
Removing the entrance fee to Rye Castle Museum in East Street has increased by almost 2,000 the number of people through the door. And it's not only the visitors who are benefitting from this bold move
The GPs are keen to provide the service, the village hall has the space, but NHS England has said "No!" to a weekly surgery in Peasmarsh. The authority took months to reach this decision, but an appeal must be received by August 10
Winchelsea prizes its grass verges. Many are kept in pristine condition by proud residents. The rest are cut by contractors employed by the county council and Highways Agency, who leave a mess of uncollected hay
Winchelsea Neighbour Watch recently discovered a cleaning company claiming to be based in Winchelsea at the home of a mystified resident. There is a sister company based in Rye, also claiming to be based in someone's house. What's going on?
It was a night Rye remembers vividly. An intense electrical storm, storm-force winds that severed limbs from trees and a power black-out that possibly enhanced the atmosphere of a World War 1 tribute in the Rye Community Centre