Rye area news in brief

Bingo night: A CHARITY Bingo Night takes place at the Robin Hood pub at Icklesham on Tuesday, in memory of Iris Rudd. It gets underway at 8pm and all proceeds go to the League of Friends of Rye, Winchelsea and District Memorial Hospital, Call 01424 814277 for more details.

School garden

YOUNG pupils from Beckley Primary School will be hard at work today (Friday), planting their new flower, herb and vegetable garden at Beckley Village Hall.

Fitness class

A NEW Kid’s Fitness Class is starting up at Northiam Sports Hall.

Sessions are suitable for eight - 16 year olds and take place on Tuesdays at 5.30pm and cots £4.

It is mainly aimed at games players to help develop athletic ability in preparation for competitive sports but the class is open to everyone.

The class will involve valuable exercises in a fun setting, using games to build healthy competitiveness.

It will be led by Scott Mason, owner of Excel Fitness, a strength and conditioning coach with 11 years’ experience. To book or for more information call: 07952 609 025 or 01797 252727 email: scott@excelfitpro.co.uk or visit the website: www.excelfitpro.co.uk.

Arts fair

AN ARTS and Crafts Fair takes place at Rye Community Centre, Conduit Hill, on Saturday from 11am - 5pm.

Nipper classes

NIFTY Nipper classes have resumed again at Rye’s Tilling Green Community Centre on Wednesday for all pre-school aged children.

These classes are designed to encourage participation and help support all aspects of a child’s development through fun activites.

Parents, or guardians, can enjoy an hour of physical exercise and movement with their little one, which also incorporates music, singing, action songs and nursery rhymes. The class begins at 9.30am and the first class is free.

For more information call Michelle on 07769 713073 email info@niftynippers.co.uk or visit the website www.niftynippers.co.uk