A dog dying after eating ‘poison’ in Rye and a horse-rider tragically dying after a fall near Dallington feature on the front pages of the Rye and Battle Observers today (Friday, March 10).
Sue Webb died after falling off her horse while drag-hunting on Saturday. Tributes were quickly paid to the mother, including from her son Chris Kerry.
While in Rye, a Rottweiler died hours after eating rat poison in The Salts, according to owner Marilyn Hanson-Alves, of Military Road.
A ‘dangerous’ bollard in Rye High Street is also set to be fixed after a number of accidents, Crowhurst Primary School celebrates a ‘good’ rating from inspectors and Battle Brewery opened its doors.
Something not to be missed is a picture special of your photos from World Book Day in the centre of the paper.
There are 15 pages of Village Voices with all the happenings from across Rother, plus 10 pages of entertainment including the top things to do this weekend.
Rye Town FC’s five-star performance to beat Bexhill United II to reach their first ever final is the back page lead, before seven pages of the latest from the sporting world.
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