Pedestrians could overtake a Dengates Bus on Rye Hill……..provided they didn’t asphyxiate on the exhaust …….Paul Vincent. Continue reading Dengates Bus
Rita Thomson and Jo’ Vincent just had to send you our very best wishes from Edinburgh where Jo’ is visiting from California via Hailsham where she celebrated a major birthday for her younger brother, cartoonist Paul Vincent whose talent is often featured in this very magazine.
After a stay with sister Veronica in Folkestone Jo’ will be visiting friends in Rye Continue reading Hello from Two Ex-Rye Wheelers
”Street Cred’ was not measured by the latest ‘smart phone’ but who could get the largest inflated ‘inner tube’ …. Paul Vincent This publication has always been known for its high ‘nostalgia’ content. Why do our readers enjoy these articles, pictures and memories from the past? Continue reading When The World Was Younger
A TRUE RYER
No man is more deserving of the title ‘True Ryer’ than Robert Vincent, who died at the Conquest Hospital on Saturday 13 October 2012.
Robert was know to almost every soul who lives in the town. His own particular brand of humour seem to make everyone smile.
He was born in Rye, went to school in Rye, played football for Rye, worked in Rye and lived in Rye for his entire lifetime. The eulogy, read at Robert’s funeral by son Continue reading Robert Vincent – A True Ryer
Timing the run over the Ferry Road pedestrian bridge, to be engulfed in steam, took skill and an abundance of energy. Discerning adults waited for the crossing gates to open …… Paul Vincent …… Continue reading An Old Ryer Remembers