A film made in conjunction with the people of Tilling Green in the period after the Tilling Green School Closed and the building stood empty.
East Sussex County Council were ‘persuaded’ that the electrics that had been torn out were replaced and the building opened up as a Community Centre for the 2000 plus people that live on Tilling Green and in the immediate area. Continue reading A Community Centre for Tilling Green – The Film
Rother District Council and East Sussex County Council Should Stop this Happening to Rye
The terrible flooding in Cumbria has brought misery to the people of many beautiful towns in the area. Storm ‘Desmond’ dropped a months worth of rain in 24 hours and has devastated the area. Continue reading Lucky Rye – But for How Long?
In this time of ‘No Football in Rye’ we thought it might be nice to look back at some of Rye Teams over the years.
We wondered if some of the great players from these pictures, or their sons or grand sons are able to come forward and help John Tolhurst in his efforts to re-establish football in Rye. Continue reading Some Rye United Teams of Yesteryear
Another Irreplaceable Rye Community Facility about to be Demolished
The following film “The Future of Tilling Green”, was made a few years ago when the Primary School on Mason Road was closed, the electrics and gas stripped out so it could not be used, and the building was boarded up waiting for an excuse for demolition.
This was the same underhand method that was used with the Ferry Road Primary School. It was abandoned and one building suffered an arson attack. This was used as an excuse to demolish the other buildings. ESCC failed miserably to find a buyer and the community was robbed of a fine site for a library and sports facilities. Continue reading Save Tilling Green Community Centre
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
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
On January 28th TGRA arranged for the Rye Neighbourhood plan to do a presentation of the plan at the Tilling Green Community Centre. Many at the meeting asked about the dispute between Sainsbury and Tesco to build a supermarket at the former Lower School site. Continue reading Tilling Green
By Dan Lake In December we held a Magical Christmas Bonanza at the Tilling Green Community Centre where the kids got to meet Father Christmas and also get a small gift and a certificate. We had face painting, a kids craft corner where there was drawing, colouring and making melting snowmen and we also had a tombola and other things for adults etc. Everybody that came seem to have a good time. Continue reading Tilling Green Resident’s Association
In the run up to the local County Council Elections local charity ARRCC welcomed Sarah Owen, Paul Barlow and Steve Bassam to their premises at The School Creative Centre in Rye. Sarah and Steve found time in their busy schedules to spend the afternoon with Members, staff and volunteers at ARRCC and ARRCC Elders. Continue reading Sarah Owen Visits ARRCC
All Fun And Dance at Tilling Green
By Helen Day
Line Dance class takes place on Friday mornings 10.15 – 11.45am at Tilling Green Community Centre, Mason Road, Rye.
This is a lovely friendly group and a real delight to teach. Continue reading Line Dance at Tilling Green