By Conrad Freezer.
On behalf of Rye and District Lions Club, I visited the Torrent at 0900 this morning with Carl Bagwell to get an update and to see how the crew were. It would seem that the whole situation is still in stale-mate. Continue reading Russian Crew Stranded
A vessel that arrived at Rye Wharf in early January from a Cornish quarry with a cargo of road-stone found itself arrested by the Admiralty Marshall leaving the crew destitute. The M.V. Continue reading Suffering As Ship Remeins Under Arrest
The Music Well which offers music therapy to the people of Rye and nearby villages has received a donation form Rye and District Lions Club. Continue reading Lions and The Music Well
At their existing premises in Ferry Road, Rye Pre-school Playgroup at present take children from 2 to 5 years old from 8am to 5pm 50 weeks of the year. They are opening another unit at Tilling Green Community Centre next January to cater for toddlers below 2 years old. Continue reading Lions Aid Rye Playgroup
Rye and District Lions Club have made a donation to Rye and District Community Transport for the third year running. Following their earlier donations of £1,000 and £500, they have donated an additional £500, making a total of £2,000 over the last three years. Continue reading Lions Support Rye Community Transport
Back after year break
Rye Raft Race is back. It will take place on Sunday 15 August. The start and finish will be at different places on the river than last time to avoid the problem of louts throwing eggs from Monkbretton Bridge onto the participants. Continue reading Rye Raft Race