TILLING GREEN RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATION On Saturday 12th April the Tilling Green Residents Association held its annual Easter Event at the Tilling Green Community Centre. This year various local youth groups were invited to have a free table so they could raise funds for there group. 200 people attend the event. Continue reading Fun Day at The Green
Rye’s very Own Dance Talent
I would be grateful if you could mention in your pen & ink page Rye Dance Centre.
My family and I attended the White Rock theatre in Hastings on February 2nd to watch the “RYE DANCE CENTRE” perform there incredible dance show called RECYCLED. Continue reading Pen & Ink
Nineteen year old Chloe Polley who has been dancing at the Rye Dance Centre under dance instructor Jo’ Fletcher since she was two years of age has just landed a plumb summer job dancing at the famous Norfolk holiday venue, Haven Leisure. Continue reading Chloe’s Dancing Venture
One of the best attended events on the local calendar is the Iden Fete and Boot Sale, which takes place at Iden Park, home of Iden Football and Cricket Clubs. Continue reading Iden on Parade
News and Gossip Pages
By Jim Hollands
50 Years Ago
The amazing picture on the centre pages represents a generation of Rye history. The photograph was taken in the Drill Hall for what was almost certainly a Dance put on by 2274 Squadron (Rye) Air Training Corps. Percy Mitchell, the Rye ATC Commanding Officer is seen seated with two Air Force Officers, probably from R.A.F. Rye, the Home Chain Radar Station, locally known as ‘The Pylons’. The Pylons were at Kent Ditch Corner and the living accommodation for the unit was further on, where the Filipino Village is today. Continue reading Town Crier
What a wonderful Rye Festival. Congratulations to all those involved with this year’s great event. More visitors in the town especially to enjoy what has become one of the best events of its kind in Europe. Sell out events were the order of the day.
There was something for everybody and the children were prominent in the success of many events, especially the Rye Dance Centre show at the Thomas Peacocke where a packed hall was enthralled by the standard of dancing and singing. Continue reading Town Crier October 2004