Rye Cyclists Take New Year Honours

Rye Wheelers started the year in style with individual wins in both men’s and women’s events. Wheeler of the Wheelers took the honours with a win over very formidible opposition, even beating Shaun Yates, the former Tour de France Yellow Jersey holder, by over a minute. Dave is now considered as one of the best riders in the Kent / Sussex area, and is still improving. Continue reading Rye Cyclists Take New Year Honours

Jempson’s Beat the Big Freeze February 2010

Big Freeze Causes No Major Disruption for Jempson’s

Despite the dramatic big freeze and sustained bad weather that has disrupted life across the country, the Jempson’s Peasmarsh Superstore, Jempson’s/Budgens Supermarkets and Jempson’s Cafes all managed to remain open throughout and operate near enough as usual. Continue reading Jempson’s Beat the Big Freeze February 2010

A Letter to the Editor


Waiting for the Penny to Drop


Dear Editor
“Good news is that I truly outdid myself this year with my Christmas decorations. The bad news is that I had to take him down after 2 days. I had more people come screaming up to my house than ever. Great stories. But two things made me take it down. Continue reading A Letter to the Editor

Rye Cricket Club

By Martin Blincow.

Rye Cricket Club is the oldest sporting institution in the town, and
one of the oldest Cricket Clubs in the world having been founded in
1754. The club started life playing at Camber Castle, before moving
to play on Gibbets Marsh. The arrival of the railway then forced
a second relocation in 1844 to the existing ground, The Rye Cricket
Salts. Continue reading Rye Cricket Club