The forthcoming vote to remain in, or leave, the European Union is the most important decision most of us will have to make in our lifetime.
Do not be swayed by personalities, politicians or fanatics on either side. YOUR VOTE is just as important as that of David Cameron, Boris Johnson, Tony Blair, Nigel Farage, Jeremy Corbyn, Nicola Sturgeon, Tim Farron, or your favourite pop star. Each vote is EQUAL in power, it counts as one stay in or one leave.
Don’t be fooled by passion, or anyone with a vested interest, look at the FACTS. “Rye’s Own” will present the facts as we understand them and publish the source Continue reading EU – You Decide
A Man with Immense Respect
Dan Bevan is the nearest thing to a Sheriff that Rye has ever had. For the past four years he has been patrolling the town getting on top of vandalism, petty offences and often being involved with more serious crimes.
Since those bad old days of 2001 and 2002, by which time Rye’s quota of police had slipped from 49 in 1966 to just six (none of whom were able to undertake Continue reading The Sheriff of Cinque Ports Street
The Wheelers Letter to Mr. Blair
Dear Prime Minister
Members of the Rye & District Wheelers have decided that you should be informed of a terrible act of neglect by local government here in Rye.
A lad was knocked off his bike and killed in a most horrible way on a notorious 2 mile stretch of road that leads from Rye to the village of Rye Harbour, he was just 22 years old. Continue reading Wheelers Open Letter to Tony Blair
School Sports Again?
At last Tony Blair has realised the obvious, in the light of the Olympics he has discovered that our schools are not encouraging competitive sports. Continue reading Editorial
Rother Police District Commander, Chief Inspector Bruce Mathews, told a 150 strong meeting at Rye Community Centre that “visibility, accessibility and familiarity” are the new watchwords for the police. Continue reading Visibility,Accessibility And Familiarity