Witness appeal after car and motorcycle collide near Bodiam
I have been in a somewhat romantic mood of late and as I approach my 49th birthday as a Batchelor I have been spending rather more time than is healthy perhaps reflecting on the course of my life so far. Continue reading Lover’s Seat
Some forty Rye Lions Club members and guests enjoyed their Christmas dinner at the Hope Anchor Hotel this week. Continue reading Lions Enjoy Christmas Dinner At Hope Anchor
ROCK is coming to Stone…along with blues, folk, indie and a host of other great music.
The first ever Glastonferry beer, music and food festival is on October 5, 6 and 7th, with live bands, real ales and great food at The Ferry Inn. Continue reading Glastonferry Beer Music And Food Festival Will Aid ARRC
Young Oliver Curd died in November 2007 having battled bravely against Ewing’s Sarcomo, a form of cancer. During his illness his parents, Richard and Sarah Curd, were supported by family and friends, by the Conquest and Royal Marsden Hospitals and by cancer charities. Continue reading The Oliver Curd Trust
This photograph taken outside The Bell on Bonfire Night captures the very atmosphere of the place. It has always been known as a meeting place for Ryers and holiday makers alike.
It is possibly the oldest pub in Rye, difficult to date historically but some parts are believed to be over 500 years old. A tavern was recorded on the site as early as 1420. Continue reading Ye Olde Bell Inn