- Romney Marsh
Romney Marsh The Fifth Continent is known for its natural beauty, the diversity of its habitats, rich history, extensive coastline and its sheep.
What to See on Romney Marsh
There is much to see and do on the Marsh, from its fine sandy beaches, world’s smallest public railway, mediaeval churches, nature and bird reserves, unspoilt countryside and ...
- Useful Numbers
Useful Numbers in the Rye Bay area
All Taxis in Rye Area – have the opportunity to advertise here they just need to speak with Paul
Kevin runs Station Taxis 07788 7274xx Available Friday to Monday not midweek
Empire Taxis Sam Tollett phone usually on works Sundays 074564358XX
David Hollands not after 7pm ideal for Airport and tours 07702 ...
- Who’s Listening – audio stories
The Marshlink line cuts through an area steeped in history, providing a wealth of material for both emerging and established writers. Inspired by lives and legends from the past, two rap stories, The Smugglers’ Tale and The Case of Alice Martin, were written and recorded by nine young people as part of a three-day workshop ...
- Carr-Taylor Vineyard
If you’re looking into English wines, you are probably aware that the industry’s reputation is going from strength to strength. (It’s amazing how many people still don’t know we make wine in the UK!) Whether your motivation is keeping your carbon footprint low, supporting local producers, or simply that you’re interested in sourcing exciting new, ...
- HushHeath Vineyards
The vision was English Pink Sparkling Wine to rival the finest from Champagne and the rest of the world.
The story begins here in deepest Kent, the Garden of England. It leads through the perfectly manicured Hush Heath vineyards, orchards and woodland, a new state of the art winery, great people, world class awards and recognition.
- Rye History Walks
Rye History Walks offer a fascinating guided walk around the Citadel.
We all love to come and visit Rye in Sussex and yet a few snippets of additional detail will make this magical medieval Cinque ports town come to life.
Mike Carver has taught history for 20 years and and has led an organised historical tours and ...
- The Sussex Online
The Sussex Online
The Sussex Online provides relevant regional information to their visitors. We offer a comprehensive Business Directory, Events Page, Days Out, Accommodation plus much more!
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- Old Diary Brewery
When you are visiting any of the local pubs in the Rye Bay or Cinque ports area be sure to ask about the beers from the Old Dairy Brewery. They are so popular because they are refreshing and tasty.
The Old Dairy Brewery (started in 2009 in an old dairy in Rolvenden, Kent) is nestled deep in the heart ...
- Captain Pugwash
The Official Visitors Guide to Rye Bay features the Honourable Captain Pugwash,
Young visitors can find him in the Rye Guide and then gain access to the Rye Town model on the Strand with a full paying adult ticket.
For more details on the works of John Ryan see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_Pugwash for books and other works by John please ...
- Sedlescombe Vineyards
Head down to rural East Sussex, for your chance to meet one of the UK’s true eco-pioneers. Sedlescombe Vineyard likes being first. Not only the first organic vineyard in 1979, but as of late 2010, Sedlescombe is home to England’s first biodynamic vineyard.
Roy and Irma Cook now run 23 acres in several plots including the ...
- Charles Palmer Vineyard
Located in the gentle rolling hills of East Sussex in the village of Winchelsea.
The Vineyard has achieved outstanding results in the few years of trading, already ranking with the larger more established vineyards of the south coast.
Family run, the Charles Palmer story is a testament to the skill and love the Palmer Family have invested ...