Rye Harbour celebrates summer

Dogs and people enjoyed themselves at the annual summer fete

Hairy moment for lifeguards

Dogs as well as people are helped by the lifeguards

Environmental debate hots up

Local climate change activists took to the streets to invite people to a public meeting at the George on July 15

Town celebrates and cuts

The appointment of a new freeman of Rye will be a happy event ahead of the less cheerful task of cutting budgets

New President of Rotary Club

Rye Rotary moves on

Inflatables can be dangerous

Remember, inflatables weren't designed for the sea

Friends of St Mary’s summer trip

The sun shone on the Friends for their annual summer tour

All action at RNLI Rye Harbour

More qualified to launch and helm the lifeboat, while others raise money

Withdraw cash? That’ll be 95p

Now you will have pay to use cash machines

Neighbourhood Plan approved

The referendum result is in

Town council has a full agenda

Monday's Rye Town Council meeting started with two controversial issues

Sun shines on Hospital fete

The hospital's summer fete proved an enjoyable family event again this year


The Chairman reports from the AGM

Heading for extinction?

Climate change activists form a local group to spread information

Hospitality training on offer

The Rye Hospitality Guild has launched a unique apprenticeship programme

Lifeboat crew helps stranded boat

Rye Harbour's lifeboat crew helped a boat that had suffered engine failure

Two national awards for Rye business

A local restaurant secures national recognition on two counts

Year 10 mocks…. Begin

Now year 11 has finished and left, there have been changes.

Rosemary Bagley 1935-2019

The passing of another local Rye character will be remembered

Poor train service exposed by MLAG

Attendees at the Marsh Link Action Group (MLAG) AGM hear how bad the rail services really is – and also a potential long-term solution