Three Great Magazines for September 2017

THREE GREAT MAGAZINES FOR SEPTEMBER 2017

Rye’s Own Number 278  

Is packed with pictures from local events. The Country show at Icklesham, Rye Flower Festival, Festival of the Sea, Raft Race, Lifeboat Open Day, Mariner’s Garden Party, Rock-a-Billy Rev Up   and the fantastic 2017 War & Peace Revival.

There is a preview of the Rye Arts Festival, 16 September – 1 October. Great pictures of Home Secretary, Amber Rudd MP., visiting Rye and so much more.

Details of the Tour de Rye et Romney Marsh Cycle Challenge put on by Rye & Winchelsea Rotary Club with help from Rye Wheelers. This will take place on Sunday 24 September, riders leaving from Rye Club, Market Road in groups from 9 am. to 10 am. Join the riders. Short ides for children, beginners and casual riders as well as the 100k for those looking for a bigger challenge.

Cinque Ports Number 24

Features the outstanding Cinque Ports singer Victoria Bass as the cover girl for September.

Two pages of pictures from Hythe Venetian Fete, fantastic preview of the Romney Marsh Tapestry, pictures from the Weald of Kent Steam Rally, The work of Richard Taylor-Jones the wildlife cameraman.

Plus News, Views, Art, Music, Nostalgia, Sport, Walks, something for everyone.

Hastings Town Number 116

“The September 2017 issue is the best Hastings Town ever” Direct quote from one of our voluntary contributors when he saw a proof issue.

Packed with Carnival pictures and stories and special tributes to Carnival favourite Ron “Popeye” Everett who died recently.

Hastings folk at the War & Peace Revival are also featured, including the amazing story of a vintage motor bike with a Hastings registration.

Rye’s Own, Hastings Town & Cinque Ports have been described as a shining beacon in hard copy publishing.

At a time when many newspapers and magazines are disappearing from newsagents shelves as ‘free sheets’  television round the clock news and the internet are slowly killing off purchased print and even the newsagents themselves, the three local publications featured here go on from strength to strength, thanks to our loyal readers, advertisers and surviving newsagents.  

There are many villages and even towns, in our catchment areas that do not have a newsagents now. The Cinque Port of Tenterden springs to mind as a big town without a traditional newsagent. Is there a small shop on Tenterden High Street prepared to sell Cinque Ports? Or outlets in villages without a newsagent who are prepared to sell our publications.  Please Tel 01303 814874 if you can help. We can supply by subscription but many readers tell us that a magazine bought over the counter is always more fun to read.

 

Cinque Ports April 2017 Number Nineteen

April Issue in the Shops Now

Packed with Articles -Pictures – News – Comment and Nostalgia Protest March pre view, 100 Miles for 100 years, Herman Recycled – Nazi Invasion between Hythe and Hastings, Rubbish on the Marsh, Shore Way to Success, Tough Day for Racing on the Marsh, Spring in Dymchurch, The Long Journey Part Three, Reverend Chris of Lydd for Whom the Bell Tolls, The Bravest of the Brave. THE BEST WRITERS AND THE BEST PHOTOGRAPHERS MAKE CINQUE PORTS THE BEST MAGAZINE Available at good newsagents on Romney Marsh – APRIL ISSUE ON SALE NOW. Continue reading Cinque Ports April 2017 Number Nineteen

Cinque Ports Magazine

Latest Issue On Sale Now at :-

The Village Shop Sandgate

Seabrook Stores Seabrook

The Corner Shop  Hythe

Ideas       Hythe

Bank Street Newsagent  Hythe

Terry Kent Newsagent  Hythe

Austins   Hythe

Palmarsh Garage  Palmarsh

Premier Stores  Dymchurch

St. Mary’s Bay Newsagents

Colourcraft   New Romny

Oasis Restaurant  Old Romney

Appledore Newsagents

Mccolls Ham Street

Aldington Stores

Jempsons Northiam

Jempsons Peasmarsh

Jempsons Rye

The Bourne Newsagents Hastings

Sandras News Hastings

Sweet Selection Hastings

 

 

 

 

The Mystery Man

Can You Name the Mystery Man?

Can anyone demonstrate the real power of Social Media and name this gentleman?

Can you name this man?
Can you name this man?

Is he a Film Star, a Bricklayer, Business Executive, Barber, Fisherman?

He could be anywhere in Britain or even abroad.

All we need is he name and profession so we can complete an article about him. Continue reading The Mystery Man

The Cinque Ports Coronation Privileges

By Ken Clarke

Although the origins of the Cinque Ports are unknown, their individual beginnings preceded the Norman Conquest, for the Domesday Book records that during the reign of Edward the Confessor the burgesses of Dover. Continue reading The Cinque Ports Coronation Privileges

Sellindge Village v Shepway District Council

A Newsletter from Sellindge & District Residents Association.

DEMOCRACY IN SHEPWAY IS DEAD.

Dear Residents,

It wouldn’t have escaped your notice that we have absolutely no official voice when it comes to ‘having our say’ in the way our communities and villages are shaped and developed in the future.

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This week, our District Council, Shepway, revealed the content of the Expression of Interest’ document that has already been sent to central Government to develop a New Town of 12,000 houses. Prior to the ‘Expression of Interest’ being sent, the SDC Cabinet held a meeting on 8th June to vote on taking this development forward. It was no surprise to us that the vote was unanimous in favour. But isn’t this democracy working for the good of the residents? It would Continue reading Sellindge Village v Shepway District Council

Protest March in Hythe

“Campaign against life-changing developments in Shepway”

The March around Hythe on Saturday 6 August 2016 was organized by the Otterpool Newtown Campaign Coalition to draw attention of residents of Shepway to the life changing developments planned by the Council for this area.

 

–                                                                                                                                        “Campaign against life-changing developments in Shepway Continue reading Protest March in Hythe

Read About the New Aldington Memorial in Cinque Ports

At Last – Aldington Gets a Memorial

 

Cinque Ports magazine is packed with stories, events and nostalgia from the Cinque Ports and adjoining areas. The latest issue features the Opening of the fine new War Memorial at Aldington, telling the story of how it came about and recording the event with many pictures.

Cinque Ports August Cover
Cinque Ports August Cover

Continue reading Read About the New Aldington Memorial in Cinque Ports

Grandmother Of Parliaments

By Christopher Davson

Reproduced from a “Rye’s Own” article of 1973

Westminster prides itself on its nickname the “Mother of Parliaments” — not because it was the first democratic assembly (even the Greeks had a word for that!) but because that Parliament which Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester, and victor of the battle of Lewes summoned at Westminster in 1265, including elected representatives, has not only continued ever since at Westminster but has formed the pattern for so many assemblies overseas. Continue reading Grandmother Of Parliaments