When you are living with a life limiting illness, the world doesn’t stop and there are many everyday tasks that still need to be done. For those living with illness, the added upset of facing an overgrown garden that cannot be maintained or the difficult decision of losing a much loved pet that can’t be exercised can add even more distress to an already testing time. A new service provided by St Michael’s Hospice and launching in Rye aims to alleviate these pressures by seeking ‘Hospice Neighbours’ to help those in need. Continue reading Rye Chosen for Hospice Neighbours Launch
As regular readers will already know, I am a big fan of the town of Battle. Olde Worlde, surrounded by beautiful countryside and steeped in the history of England it’s a place I always feel right at home! Consider also my love for the 70’s children’s television programme, Worzel Gummidge and in the Battle Annual Scarecrow Festival you have an event made in heaven for me. Continue reading Battle Scarecrow Festival
2005 is an historic year for our small country which has had such a big influence on developing the world in which we live.
This year Rye will recall with pride the terrific efforts of our fighting men of the past who have ensured that the voice of England and Britain had the power to command our own destiny. Continue reading Town Crier
The 2005 Garden Safari, organised as in past years by enthusiastic gardener Sandra Pawsey, was another outstandin g success raising no less than £1,700 towards St. Michael’s Hospice. Continue reading Rye Garden Safari 2005
Rye Garden Safari did very well again this year thank you to Sandra Pawsey’s time and effort to put it on and to the five folks who kindly opened their gardens for the many visitors to view. Continue reading Rye Garden Safari