WHERE CAN I GET RYE’S OWN?

List of Newsagents and Outlets

Bargain Box                      –       Cinque Ports Street

Jempsons                          –       Station Approach

Adams                                –       High Street

Skinners Cost Cutter     –      Fishmarket Road

Tilling Newsagents      –       Tilling Green

Jempsons                        –       Peasmarsh

Iden Stores                     –       Iden

Jempsons                        –       Northiam

Salts Farm Shop            –      East Guldeford

Appledore Newsagents  – Appledore

 

 

Who Remembers the Great Shops of Rye Number One

J.E. Hollands & Sons Television and Electrical

55 Cinque Ports Street and later 12 Cinque Ports Street 1950’s & 60’s

Rye was a boom town in the 1960’s – There were five television shops competing for business in the rapidly developing Television Era.

The Television Shop at 55 Cinque Ports Street. Drawn from memory by Paul Vincent
The Television Shop at 55 Cinque Ports Street. Drawn from memory by Paul Vincent

The Hollands’ business started at 55 Cinque Ports Street in 1957 and expanded quickly. Taking over Fred Taylor’s Restaurant for the winter of 1960 and then Continue reading Who Remembers the Great Shops of Rye Number One

Have you tried the RYE’S OWN Facebook page?

All you need to know about the Ancient Town of Rye

 

Have you tried the RYE’S OWN Facebook page? Packed with nostalgia, stories and pictures of Rye Past & Present – The best Bonfire stories and pictures, Rye’s Wartime History, visits from famous people.  Continue reading Have you tried the RYE’S OWN Facebook page?

Rye’s New Football Team Comes Home

Rye Town to Play First Match on The Salts

Rye’s new soccer team,  Rye Town,  will line up in Division One of the Macron East Sussex Football League for their first home game of the season and their first ever match on The Salts.

Thanks to Shane Ridgers and wife Charmaine  who have put so much into the birth of Rye Town the rebirth of soccer in Rye.

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Shane, manager and treasurer, and Charmaine  secretary,  Ged Say, chairman. With Martin Blincow, Darren Paine, Francis Walker and Kevin Highams on the committee, and Kelvin Wall , assistant manager make up a formidable team. Continue reading Rye’s New Football Team Comes Home