By Maud Boreham
He explored the town above the sea, so steeped in it’s antiquity
Filmed it’s narrow winding streets and cursed the cobbles ‘neath his feet
where red roofs tumbled, leaned and lurched and whispered secrets to the church. Continue reading The Tourist
Rex & Rita – Ryers Through and Through
Rye Town Crier, Rex Swain, and his wife Rita celebrate sixty years
of happy marriage on this very day Friday 1. October as this magazine
reaches the newsagents.
Our front cover celebrates sixty years of dedication to each other
and their fine service to the Town of Rye. The picture was taken the
day that one of Rye’s mace bearers could not make a very important
event in the calendar and Rita stood in at the last moment. Continue reading Rex & Rita are Diamonds
Have Health & Regulations Gone Too Far?
By Jim Hollands
The remarkable picture, of Gasson’s War ravaged building at the western end of Cinque Ports Street, was taken just after World War Two. Closer inspection reveals a wartime National Fire Service notice pointing the way to Rye Fire Station. Continue reading Rye 1947