Today’s Rye and Battle Observers are out on the newstands and are packed full of news.
The Rye Observer leads with bereaved residents slamming the state of Rye Cemetery after they said it was left in an untidy mess following a visit by council grass cutters.
Page three leads with a police hunt for a convicted murderer from Winchelsea Beach and page two featuresMP Amber Rudd and Huw Merriman’s renewed push for high speed rail services in 1066 Country.
For news in your parish turn to the Village Voices section on page 32.
Today’s Battle Observer leads with a whole programme of events to mark today’s 950th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings. Turn to pages four, five, 10, 16, 46 and 55.
Page 13 features the story of Battle war veteran Martyn Compton meeting the soldier who saved his life in a daring rescue during the war in Afghanistan in 2006.
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