1967 fades into 1968, this is the time of year when we look back over the past twelve months and reflect on the events that have taken place. What kind of year has it been for Rye in general. Continue reading Retrospect 1967
History was made at historic Rye on Saturday, 4 February, when a Hydrogen balloon, piloted by Malcolm Brighton of Farnham, Surrey, took off from the Salts—its destination was France. Four hours later the balloon with its five occupants made a successful landing at Berck-Plage, 10 miles south of Le Touquet on the French coast. Continue reading Balloon Channel Crossing
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