Multi-National Supermarket chains are at last being seen for what they are – money making machines that are only interested in profit and taking more and more money off their now ‘captive’ clientèle, the general public.
This magazine and it’s sister publications have run article after article for many years supporting the small and medium sized traders, pointing out the dangers of the ever expanding multi-national chains and their dubious sales techniques, misleading packaging and pricing tricks. Continue reading Hastings Town Editorial – March 2013
It is with great sadness we report the passing of the great Hungarian soccer player Bela Olah. Who became Player Manager of Rye United in the late sixties. I believe he was the first Rye player to receive a wage, something like £4 a week.
He came Britain after the Hungarian uprising against the Russians, which was brutaly put down. He was a Schoolboy International and played top flight football when
It is with great personal sadness I have to report the death of one of Rye’s truly great characters.
I have known ‘Mick’ Bourn since school-days, he was in the same class at Rye Primary.
Mick worked with his dad’s painting and decorating business. He joined the Rye Fire Service when his dad was fire chief at Rye and learned the secrets of Rye’s inter-connecting buildings, roof and wall spaces. This knowledge became Continue reading Michael Bourn MBE