Cycle / Footway Open – Now we Must Move on

With the completion, at long last, of the cycle / Footway linking Rye & Rye Harbour we must move on and get the cycle route around Rye under construction.

This route would circumnavigate the town, linking the existing Cycle / Footways from Lydd to Rye, Cadbrough to Winchelsea and the new Rye Harbour route. Continue reading Cycle / Footway Open – Now we Must Move on

The Opening of Graham’s Way

East Sussex County Councillor Carl Maynard open’s Graham’s Way with Graham’s Father Brian who has never given up the struggle to get the Cycle / Footway from Rye to Rye Harbour completed since his sons untimely death on the notorious stretch of Road in 2004. Continue reading The Opening of Graham’s Way



Contrary to a rumour going around at the present time, this magazine does NOT get grants in any way, shape or form from council, government, lottery or any other agency. Our sole benefactors are you, the reader and our advertisers. Continue reading Editorial

Rye Harbour Cycle Path Update

By Brian Mathews


Recently I received a telephone call from James Harries, the officer from East Sussex County Council who has oversight of the cycle path development in this area. Continue reading Rye Harbour Cycle Path Update

Proposed Cycle Path Rye Harbour Road

By Brian Mathews

On August 12th my son Graham aged 22 was hit by a car in broad daylight on the Rye Harbour Road and died as a result at the scene. Continue reading Proposed Cycle Path Rye Harbour Road

Town Crier

News and Gossip Pages

By Jim Hollands

Sitting In With G.R.I.P.P.

G.R.I.P.P (Give Rye it’s Proper Policing) invited me to sit in on their meeting at the beginning of the month.

Their reaction to the new initiative by the police to crack down on the local vandals was treated with some contempt in view of the new Gungarden damage and graffiti attacks on the Post Office and other areas in the town that had taken place since the promises were made by District Commander Chief Inspector Brian Mathews. Continue reading Town Crier