By Arthur Woodgate
Bert Tapp, his wife and daughters Molly and Alice lived in the cottage attached to our workshop in Flackely Ash. Continue reading The Stewart May Empire
STAN’S OLD BICYCLE
By Lesley Wade
Rex Swain’s little poem came at a most opportune time! Bringing back memories of a dear neighbour of my mine. Continue reading Stan’s Old Bike
One Year On
Just one year on from the fire which destroyed the Martyn Channon premises in Rye Cattle market the family business is back on the old site and trading in newly constructed buildings. Continue reading Back Where They Belong
Raises the Profile of Music Therapy in Rye.
On Saturday 26 May a concert was held in St. Marys Church to raise funds for the Otakar Kraus Music Trust who provide music therapy for the Rye Community. Continue reading Concert Italia
Jim Snr. had always been fascinated with television. He saw the 1949 F.A. Cup Final, along with a crowd of about 20, including son, Jim Jnr., squeezed into a small room at Jack Ashenden’s house in Cyprus Place. Wolverhampton Wanderers beat Leicester City by three goals to one. He told Young Jim on the walk home that for the next year’s final they would have a television of their own. Continue reading The Television Man
Written by Tia-Jade Polley aged 11.
One sunny day in the beautiful town of Rye I awoke to feel butterflies in my tummy knowing I was going to the famous Mermaid Inn for a ghost tour. Continue reading My Trip to the Mermaid Inn