HELP is on hand for the hard of hearing with an advice session at the Memorial Care Centre, Peasmarsh Road, Rye on Tuesday, 10am to 11.30am.
Volunteers from East Sussex Hearing Resource Centre will be there to retube hearing aids or give advice on coping with a hearing loss. For an appointment drop in to the Memorial Care Centre or call 01797 224499.
RYE Museum is holding a Coffee Morning at 3 East Street on Saturday from 10.30am to noon. There will be free entry to the Museum with coffee and cakes being served. It will be one of the last opportunities to visit the museum before it closes for the winter.
talk on Tudors
NORTHIAM Historical and Literary Society launches its new season with a talk on The Tudors at Northiam Village Hall on Tuesday at 7.30pm. Annual subscriptions are £5.
Arts and Crafts
Fair at Centre
THE next Rye Arts and Crafts Fair take place on Saturday at Rye Community Centre, Conduit Hill, from 11am to 5pm. Entry is free and there is a cafe with homemade food.
NORTHIAM WI has a Quiz Night in the Village Hall on Saturday, October 29, from 7.30pm. Entry is £6 per person for teams of up to eight. There will be a ploughman’s supper. Bring your own drinks. To book a place call Thelma Searle on 01797 252858.
Carl tells story
of local shipwreck
FORMER Rye Harbour Master Carl Bagwell is at Rye Museum’s East Street building on Tuesday at 7.30pm. The talk is entitled ‘Menaa Star - The Story of a Local Shipwreck’. Admission, members £2, non-members £3, including refreshments.
RYE’s ARRCC charity is looking for I.T. literate volunteers who can spare a few hours to help members improve -computing skills. Irna Mortlock, from ARRCC, said: “You would enhance their day-to-day living by -teaching them how to use emails, online shopping, social networking and creative drawing.” Call 01797 227939 or email email@example.com if you can help.
NORTHIAM Nursery and Beckley Pre-School hold a fund raisng jumble sale at Beckley Village Centre on Saturday October 15 from 10am.