Seeing Rye differently


Taking a different view of Rye is the theme of this week’s Ryecast. The town’s new podcast features two people who are making a mark by doing something new in Rye – one entering a crowded market with a big vision, the other taking a hobby to new heights. Plus in episode three of Ryecast, you’ll hear stories of Elvis, The Blues, butterflies and tiger moths.

Stuart Cooper is an IT consultant but outside work he combines his passions for flying and photography by taking stunning shots of Rye from high in the air using drones. He’s been showing us how to handle a drone, as well as talking about his love of nature especially butterflies. You can see more of his photography @clearairflying on Instagram

It’s now or never

Mark Tozer at work at Olivers

Mark Tozer has recently opened a new estate agency in Rye – After decades in the business, he believes buying and selling a property can be done differently. Plus he’s been telling James how the music of Elvis Presley and Blues guitarist Buddy Guy play such a big part in his life.

You can hear Ryecast here wherever you get your podcasts from (don’t forget to subscribe) and at It’s ryecastsussex on Twitter and Instagram. Plus if you’ve a story about Rye get in touch with me on email:

Image Credits: Stewart Cooper , Mark Tozer .

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