ARRC Ltd. Liquidation brings down ARRCC

End of the Road for Popular Rye Charity ARRCC

By Jim Hollands

Regular readers will know that Rye’s Own has never been shy when
criticising East Sussex County Council and Council Leader, Keith Glazier
but things said about him and East Sussex C.C. relating to the demise
of popular local charity ARRCC by a local internet news service have
got Rye’s Own jumping to their defence.

Grace O’Neill (left) of ARRCC, in better days, chats with  Mayor Paul Osborne and Arrow Radio interviewer

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Hard Work Updating Rye’s Own Website

Well done to our volunteer website manager, Dace Homa, who finds enough time in her busy life to put post after post from back issues of Rye’s Own, Hastings Town and Cinque Ports magazines and archives into the Rye’s Own Website.

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Arrested and Charged with Supplying Cocaine in Hastings

Man arrested and charged with supplying cocaine in Hastings

A man who made off after he was seen acting suspiciously by police officers in London Road, Hastings, was arrested and more than £5,000 worth of drugs and £5,778 cash were seized. Continue reading Arrested and Charged with Supplying Cocaine in Hastings

Immigration Crime – Nine charged

Nine people charged following crackdown of immigration crime across the South

Nine people have been charged following warrants which were carried out across the South by the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU).

The warrants took place in Hastings and St Leonards, Eastbourne, Folkestone, Ashford and Plymouth on 13 December Continue reading Immigration Crime – Nine charged

Mystery Rye Bridge

Rye Quiz for today.

 

Two questions about this bridge over The Strand

  1. What year was it built?
  2. What was it used for?

No prizes but you will have a long memory if you can answer these correctly.

 

 

Rye’s Own Bulletin Tuesday 7 November 2017

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SAP 201 Comes Home on Sunday

SAP 201 Will be at the Rye Fire-fighters Open Day on Sunday (10 September 2017)

The men featured in the picture are part of a team of brilliant firemen who kept this town safe while they were ‘on watch’ with their famous Fire Appliance        SAP 201.

Rye Firemen – Cup 1967

On Sunday (10 September 2017) SAP 201 returns to Rye, 45 years after she left service in Rye, restored to her original condition by Mike Garrett, to be at the Rye Fire-Fighters open day.

The very latest picture of SAP 201 on her first road trip under her own power

 

Surviving members of her old crew will be there to greet her plus the rest of Rye’s fire-fighters including Rye Fire Chief Gary Bourn, whose grandfather and father both fought many blazes with SAP 201.

The Open Day runs from 10 am. – 2 pm. at the Fire Station in Mill Lane. Come along and see one of Rye’s greatest fire fighting machines looking just as she did 50 years ago.

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