The Final Two Years Of The War In Rye

The Conclusion of Clifford Bloomields Wartime Recollections from [email protected] Kirkhams Rye Memories Series

I am able to give my reader some idea of the events that we, in Rye, were witnessing as I should spend many an hour sitting on the flat shed roof in our garden – on the fine summer evenings and weekends of July and August 1944, waiting and watching for the guns to go into action – at times looking towards the gunsite beyond the end of the houses in our road, some 300 yards away. Continue reading The Final Two Years Of The War In Rye

Editorial

April, Spring and Easter but as we look back over this month of March 2003 there is only one thing in our minds, the terrible war in Iraq. Many British, American and Iraqi lives have been lost in the campaign to rid the world of Saddam Hussein, his gang of thugs and the tentacles that may lead to Bin Larden and other terrorists. Continue reading Editorial