By John Hodges
Sometime early in the nineteenth century Hastings began to expand out of what we now know as The Old Town, that still to this day nestles between its guardian hills. But before this westward expansion could take place substantial removal of the projecting Castle Cliffs had to be accomplished, a formidable precursor to a policy of continual development. Continue reading The Cricketers South Terrace
Another Report From June 2007 Issue of “Rye’s Own”
Despite Rye Town Council’s approval of the plans for the new Primary School on ground adjacent to the Thomas Peacocke there are many who think the construction of the £6.5m. building on the proposed site is ill advised and detrimental to the education of Rye children.
Continue reading Row Over Rye Primary
I have been highlighting, month after month, the unfairness of Rother District Council when it comes to services and consideration for Rye. Continue reading Town Crier Go Rye
The January issue has brought great response. It was, according to three readers “The best ever produced”. We must agree that the content was very interesting, lets hope this months publication can match up to it. Continue reading Editorial
By John Wallbank
I know just what you are thinking, Blimey, haven’t heard from him for a while. Continue reading New Zealand Calling
From “Rye’s Own” April 2001 issue.
Councillor Alan Dickinson was first elected to Rye Town Council in
1991. A local boy who attended the Thomas Peacocke he works in his
own right as a building surveyor. Continue reading Your Men at the Town Hall