ONE OF RYE’S longest-established businesses has recently undergone a major expansion, acquiring new premises on Harbour Road.
Skinners of Rye have been looking after the transport needs of the local and wider community for over 150 years and today, with Managing Director Gary Barlow at the helm, that great tradition is set to continue. Continue reading Multi-Million Pound Expansion For Skinners Of Rye
Each year April comes and we all start to think of the glorious summer days that lie ahead. We have known that spring was not far away since the first daffodil showed its flower. Grass is growing and buds are thinking of bursting into new leaf. Continue reading Jimpers Jottings
Saturday 21 June will be a very special day for Bob & Joyce Clayton.
On that day they will be celebrating 50 years of marriage. Quite an achievement in these days of many divorces and non-marital relationships. Continue reading Golden Day For Bob & Joyce
by Peter Etherden
Despite the assurances in the October 2005 issue of Rye’s Own that all was well in this best of all possible (Bexhill and Lewes administered) worlds, permit me to express my continued scepticism that a cycle path will be constructed between Rye and Rye Harbour by the end of March 2006 or indeed in any foreseeable future. Continue reading Cycling the Rye Harbour Tramway
Dear Editor,Several times a week I have occasion to risk life and limb by running the gauntlet of the Rye Harbour Road. Despite the assurances in the September issue of Rye’s Own of work in progress on the Rye Harbour Road Cycle Path, I can assure readers of the October issue that absolutely nothing is happening. Continue reading Pen & Ink
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