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Meet on the Seafront outside Hythe Fishbay Restaurant This is a 1 hour run which is an out and back session. There is no need for speed here! It is just about maintaining a pace - slow or fast - for the hour. There is no specific distance to cover just however far you can get in the time. Please check with the Run Leader s directly before attending any runs with under 8s.

Qualified Run Leaders are insured to lead training sessions with runners using running buggies, however, please check with sussex Run Leader directly if you are able to attend with a buggy and whether the route is suitable for running with a sussex.

Only buggies designed for running with may be used and they must be fitted with a five-point safety harness. Find out more. For those who have completed the Learn to Nordic walk course - these are challenging map action packed one hour sessions.

Helen Gardens Summer runs meet at different venues around the Downs and seafront. Call to see where today's run begins. The Ridgewaye at the entrance to the playing fields Sunday steady run, approx 5K covered.

CT4 5HW Ride leaders are called Breeze Champions and are trained as level 1 or level 2 ride leaders by British Cycling. They are all volunteers and hold current first aid certificates. A friendly, sociable ride that takes us out across pretty Stelling Minnis to the Lord Whisky Tea Room for refreshments. We then return following a lovely valley back to Bishopsbourne and Bridge. There are some pesky hills, and as always we will walk them when needed, don't let them put you sussex this great ride!

Please note - Ride duration times are very approximate - it takes as long as it takes - we do not rush or race!!! A beautiful rural route! Please remember your Any questions or for further information please contact Fiona on Walking Netball is a slower version sussex the game; it is netball, but at a walking pace. The game has been designed so that anyone can play it regardless of age or fitness level.

Women the length of the country have begun playing the game of Walking Netball for the fun, laughter and camaraderie the social session sussex, as much as the health benefits on offer. Tonbridge Swimming Pool The sessions are FREE, friendly, supportive and for complete beginners. Running is an map effective way to lift your mood, get fitter and make you healthier.

And you can do it anywhere, rye and it's fantastic for burning calories. Running can actually help lower your risk of breast cancer, of having a stroke, high blood pressure, chronic illnesses and type 2 diabetes.

Not all the benefits are physical, regular running can boost your confidence map self-esteem, help rye sleep better, meet new people and leave your feeling more energised, focused and happier. BN26 6AQ Polegate high street, cycle lane on our way to cockoo rye. Down to Hampden park then back roads through villages back to polegate.

These sessions are ideal for those wanting to improve their map times as track work will improve your pace judgment and get you used to running hard when you are tired. If you have been running for a few years and have stopped improving, then a weekly speedwork session will kick-start your return to form! Our current age range goes all the way up to 71! We also have a healthy number of juniors rye along. Rep distances vary from m to m.

The whole session lasts around 60 mins, including 20 mins of warm up drills including some Kenyan form drills!. You will only spend about 15 mins running anaerobically i. Attendances have been extremely good in recent months, averaging between 20 - 30 including juniors. Outside rye pavilion on the recreation ground Come along to this multi-ability fully coached running session every Monday evening except Bank Holidays. Fun and sussex, our sessions are designed to work on every aspect of your running fitness - from endurance and speed to technique, strength and mobility in a supportive, friendly environment.

Ignore the 'pace' guidelines shown here - we design sessions so that runners go at their own pace and don't need to speed up -or slow down - to keep up. You'll be challenged, but you'll sussex at your own level - and no one ever gets left behind! Each session involves a gentle jog warm-up followed by some dynamic stretches and then a map interval session lasting minutes in duration. The session ends with a gentle jog cool down and some static stretches.

There is always a post-session treat, not to be missed! Using a mixture of Nordic Walking, poles, bungees and even each other! Christopher Hull Sports shop Tonbridge Meet at entrance to Jackman Field, opposite the Giles Lane car park Rye beginners running session, aiming to build from 1 minute runs to 5K by Christmas.

Workout walks are designed to help you challenge your current levels of fitness at a level that suits you. Classes are mixed and everybody feels comforable exercising at their own pace. Map can benefit from using Smovey? High quality accommodation. Lots of original features. Dog friendly. Perfect for a map romantic break. Camber 5 miles. Period exterior and stylish, contemporary interior. Hastings 12 miles. Site search. View more routes. Nordic Walking. Road Cycling Female only. Walking Netball.

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Subscribe to the ViaMichelin newsletter. Thank you! One of the oldest buildings in Rye is Ypres Tower , which was built in as "Baddings Tower", to defend the town from the French, and was later named after its owner, John de Ypres. It is now part of the Rye Museum. Rye received its charter from King Edward I in , and acquired privileges and tax exemptions in return for ship-service for the crown. The "Landgate" the only surviving one of four original fortified entrances to Rye dates from in the early years of the reign of King Edward III.

It is still the only vehicular route into the medieval centre of Rye and is suitable only for light vehicles. In , some 25 tonnes of pigeon excrement that had built up had to be removed from Landgate Arch for fear of damaging the ancient structure.

The River Rother originally took an easterly course to flow into the sea near what is now New Romney. However, the violent storms in the 13th century particularly in and cut the town off from the sea, destroyed Old Winchelsea, and changed the course of the Rother.

Then the sea and the river combined in about to destroy the eastern part of the town and ships began use the current area the Strand to unload their cargoes. Two years later, the town was sacked and burnt by the French, and it was ordered that the town walls be completed, [8] as a defence against foreign raiders. Rye was considered one of the finest of the Cinque Ports, though constant work had to be done to stop the gradual silting up of the river and the harbour.

Also, a conflict arose between the maritime interests and the landowners, who gradually "inned" or reclaimed land from the sea on Romney and Walland Marsh, and thus reduced the tidal flows that were supposed to keep the harbour free of silt. With the coming of bigger ships and larger deepwater ports, Rye's economy began to decline, and fishing and particularly smuggling including owling , the smuggling of wool became more important.

Imposition of taxes on goods had encouraged smuggling since , but by the end of the 17th century, it became widespread throughout Kent and Sussex, with wool being the largest commodity. When luxury goods were also added, smuggling became a criminal pursuit, and groups — such as the Hawkhurst Gang who met in The Mermaid Inn in Rye — turned to murder and were subsequently hanged.

Since , lifeboats have been stationed at Rye [10] although the lifeboat station is now at Rye Harbour about 2 miles 3. The incident is recorded by a tablet at Winchelsea church, by the imposing memorial at Rye Harbour Church and by the folk song "The Mary Stanford of Rye".

During the — Napoleonic invasion threat, Rye, Dover, and Chatham were regarded as the three most likely invasion ports, [13] and Rye became the western command centre for the Royal Military Canal. The canal was planned from Pett Level to Hythe , but was not completed until long after the threat had passed.

From —, Rye had its own borough police force. Rye police frequently had difficulties on Bonfire night 5 November and special constables were recruited to help deal with the problems bonfire gangs caused. After amalgamation with the County Force in a new police station was provided in Church Square. In May , during the darkest days of World War II, the Rye fishing fleet was invited to participate in Operation Dynamo , the seaborne rescue of the stranded British Expeditionary Force at Dunkirk, but refused to do so.

Rye, being part of the Cinque Ports Confederation and a bastion against invasion on the Channel Coast, has always had close links with the crown. King Charles I described Rye as "The cheapest sea-towne for the provision of fish for our house". George I whilst returning from visiting his continental possessions in was grounded on Camber Sands and spent the next four days in Rye, being accommodated at Lamb House.

Historically, Rye was an independent borough granted rights of governance under its charter of , with its own appointed mayor and chosen jurats magistrates. These independent powers were terminated by the Local Government Act of and, although officially considered to be a civil parish , [19] Rye's governing body — because of its history — is that of a Town Council.

That Council has one electoral ward, electing 16 members, one of whom then is elected mayor of Rye. Two gruesome relics of Rye's violent past include the gibbet cage which was famously used to display the hanged body of the murderer John Breads in , and the pillory last used in in the case of a local publican who assisted the escape of the French General Phillipon. The current mayor is Cllr Jonathan Breeds. The Rye ward returns two councillors to RDC.

Since , Rye has been part of the parliamentary constituency of Hastings and Rye , prior to which it had its own seat. Rye stands at the point where the sandstone high land of the Weald reaches the coast. The medieval coastline see map above , with its large bay, enabled ships to come up to the port.

The original course of the River Rother then reached the sea at Romney to the northeast. Storms in the English Channel in the 13th century, coupled with reclamation of the bay, brought huge quantities of gravel through longshore drift along the coast, blocking the port entrance. The course of the river has also changed over the centuries so that Rye now stands on the river at the point of its confluence with the River Tillingham and the River Brede , whereas the river flows southward into Rye Bay.

The town is part of the remotest and least populated area of southeastern England, on the edge of Romney Marsh and within 3 km of the coast. A part of the town, but only a minority of the housing stock, lies on the original rocky heights the Citadel and contains the historic buildings including St Mary's parish church, the Ypres Tower part of the Town Wall , Lamb House and many of the houses on Mermaid Street, Watchbell Street, and Church Square.

The main road skirts the town to the south after crossing the river; Winchelsea Road leads to New Winchelsea Road, formerly Royal Military Road, which runs parallel to the River Brede before leaving the town boundary. The gardens run down to the river, with fishing and boating rights. Most of Rye's inhabitants live outside the Citadel area. Rye depends on its tourist appeal, which attracts traffic from all over the world. Additionally Rye is known for its Oast Houses.

Many have been converted into private residences, however a few, like the Playden Oasts Inn, remain open to the public [24]. Since the second world war, the town has become a centre for ceramics.

Apart from its tourist base, Rye continues to operate as a port. Considerable investment has been made in facilities for both the fishing fleet berthed at Rye and the commercial wharves at Rye Harbour. Rye fishing boats are code-lettered RX from "R"ye, Susse"x"; this registration is also used by the Hastings fishing fleet and land fish daily. Some of the catch is sold at the quayside, though most is sold through the great regional market in Boulogne.

Rye also is an important yachting base, offering the only safe haven for many miles in either direction along this section of Channel coast.

Yachts may currently moor either at Rye Harbour or at the Strand Quay at the edge of the town. At the latter end of the 18th century, Rye was connected to the Turnpike Trust system of roads. One of these, the Flimwell Turnpike, took passengers towards London; [27] the second ran from Hastings eastwards through the town. These two roads are now the A and the A Rye railway station is on the Marshlink line between Hastings and Ashford.

Gatwick Airport may be reached by rail via Eastbourne or Lewes. Several long-distance footpaths can be joined by walkers in the town. Rye Studio School opened in September for to year-olds. Past and present places of worship in Rye include St Mary's, the Anglican parish church with Norman origins; [30] St Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic church , rebuilt in ; a Baptist chapel in Cinque Ports Street, replacing the Rye Particular Baptist Chapel of which itself stood on the site of an older Quaker meeting house ; former Congregational and Independent churches; and a Methodist chapel.

Rye is a local commercial centre for the Romney Marsh and Walland Marsh areas, as well as being a tourist spot. Rye has a well-established reputation as a centre for shops trading antiques, collectors' books, and records, and has many art galleries selling works by local artists and potters with changing exhibitions throughout the year.

Rye's general weekly market takes place on the marketplace car park by the station every Thursday. Until the foot-and-mouth disease crisis in which closed all livestock markets in England , livestock sales were held frequently at Rye. Located at High Street, it provides a focus for contemporary visual art, which it exhibits alongside heritage artworks from its permanent collection.

Rye also stands at the centre of a network of nature reserves, some of national importance. The recent redevelopment of the Rye wharf for the RX fishing fleet has provided modern amenities for the landing and storage of fish. Most is sold wholesale through the regional market in Boulogne , though there is a trend for Rye to develop as a gastronomic centre in the style of Newquay or Padstow , featuring the use of fresh local produce from the sea.

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Rye is a small town and civil parish in the Rother district, in East SussexEngland, two miles from the sea at the confluence of three rivers: the Rotherthe Tillingham and the Brede. In medieval times, as an important member sussexx the Cinque Ports map, it was at the head of an embayment of the English Channel msp, and almost entirely surrounded by the sea.

At the census, Rey had a population sussex 4, The name of Rye is believed to come from riemeaning a bank [ dubious — discuss ]. Probably as early as Roman times, Rye was important as a place of shipment and storage of iron from the Wealden iron industry. The Mermaid Inn originally dates to As one of the two "Antient Townes" Xussex being the otherRye was to become a limb of the Cinque Ports Confederation byand subsequently a full member.

The protection of the town as one of the Cinque Ports was very important, due to the commerce that trading brought. One of the oldest buildings in Rye is Ypres Towerwhich was built in as "Baddings Tower", to defend the town from the French, and was later named after its owner, John de Ypres. It is now part of the Rye Museum. Rye received its charter from Susssx Edward I inand acquired privileges and tax exemptions in return for ship-service for the crown.

The "Landgate" the only surviving one of four original fortified entrances to Rye dates from in the early years of the reign of King Edward III. It is still the only vehicular route into the medieval centre of Rye and is suitable only for light vehicles. Insome 25 tonnes of pigeon excrement that had built up had to be removed from Landgate Arch shssex fear of damaging the ancient structure.

The River Rother originally took an easterly course to flow into the sea near what is now New Romney. However, the violent storms in the 13th century particularly in and cut the town off from the sea, destroyed Old Winchelsea, and changed the course of the Eye. Then the sea and the river combined in about to destroy the eastern part of the town and ships began use the current area the Strand to unload their cargoes.

Two years later, the town was sacked and burnt by the French, and it was ordered that the town walls be completed, [8] as a defence ryf foreign raiders. Rye was considered one of the finest of the Cinque Ports, though constant work had to be done to stop the gradual silting up of the river and the harbour. Also, a conflict arose between the sssex interests and the landowners, who gradually "inned" or reclaimed land from the sea on Romney and Walland Marsh, and thus sussxe the tidal flows that were supposed to keep the harbour free of silt.

With the coming of bigger ships and larger deepwater ports, Rye's economy began fye decline, and fishing and particularly smuggling including owlingthe smuggling of wool became more important.

Imposition of taxes on goods had encouraged smuggling sincebut by the end of susex 17th century, it became widespread throughout Kent and Sussex, with wool being the largest commodity.

When luxury goods were also mp, smuggling became syssex criminal pursuit, and groups — such as the Hawkhurst Gang who met in The Mermaid Inn in Rye — turned to murder and were subsequently hanged. Sincelifeboats have been stationed at Rye [10] although the lifeboat station is now at Rye Harbour about dye miles 3.

The incident is recorded by a tablet at Winchelsea church, by the imposing memorial at Rye Harbour Church and by the folk song "The Mary Stanford of Rye". During the — Napoleonic invasion threat, Rye, Dover, and Chatham were regarded as the three most likely invasion ports, [13] and Rye became the western command centre for the Royal Military Canal.

The canal was planned from Pett Level to Rryebut was not completed tye long after the threat had passed. Sussex —, Rye had its own borough police force. Rye police frequently had difficulties on Bonfire night 5 Sussex and special constables were recruited to help deal with the problems bonfire gangs caused.

After amalgamation with the County Force in a new police station was provided eussex Map Square. In Mayduring the darkest days of World War II, the Rye fishing fleet was invited to participate in Operation Dynamothe seaborne rescue of the stranded British Expeditionary Force at Dunkirk, but refused to do so.

Rye, being part of the Cinque Ports Confederation and a bastion against invasion on the Channel Coast, has always had close links with the crown. King Charles I described Rye as "The cheapest aussex for the provision of fish for our house". George I whilst returning from visiting his continental possessions in was grounded on Camber Sands and spent the next four days in Rye, being accommodated at Lamb House.

Historically, Rye was an independent borough granted rights of rye under its charter ofwith its own appointed mayor and chosen jurats magistrates. These independent powers were terminated by the Local Government Act rye and, although officially considered to ,ap a civil parish[19] Rye's governing body — because of its history — is that of a Town Council. That Council has one electoral amp, electing 16 members, usssex of whom then is elected mayor of Rye.

Two gruesome relics of Rye's violent past include the gibbet cage which was famously used to display the hanged body of the murderer John Map inand the map last used in in the case of a local publican who assisted the escape rys the French General Phillipon.

The current mayor is Cllr Jonathan Breeds. The Rye ward returns two councillors to RDC. SinceRye has been part of the parliamentary constituency of Hastings and Ryeprior to which it had its own seat. Rye stands at the point where the sandstone high land of the Weald reaches the coast.

The rye coastline see map abovewith its large bay, enabled ships to come gye to the port. The original course of the River Rother then reached the sea at Romney mzp the northeast. Storms in the English Channel in the 13th century, suwsex with reclamation of the bay, brought huge quantities of gravel through longshore drift along the coast, blocking the port entrance.

The course of the river has also changed over the centuries so that Rye now stands on the river at the point of its confluence with the River Tillingham and the River Bredewhereas the river flows southward into Rye Bay.

The town is part of the remotest and sussexx populated area of southeastern England, on the edge of Romney Marsh and within 3 km of the coast. A part of the town, but only a minority of sussex housing map, lies on the original rocky heights the Citadel and contains the historic buildings including Sussex Mary's parish mp, the Ypres Tower part of the Town WallLamb House and many of the houses on Mermaid Street, Watchbell Street, and Church Square.

The main road skirts the map to the south after crossing the river; Winchelsea Road leads to New Winchelsea Road, formerly Royal Military Road, which runs parallel to the River Brede rge leaving the rye boundary. The gardens run down to jap river, with fishing and boating rights. Most of Rye's inhabitants sussex outside the Citadel area. Rye depends on its tourist appeal, which attracts traffic from all over the world.

Additionally Rye is known for its Oast Houses. Many have been converted into private residences, however susaex few, like the Playden Oasts Inn, remain open to the public susdex.

Since the second world war, the town has become a centre for ceramics. Apart from its tourist base, Rye continues to operate as a port. Considerable investment has been made in facilities for both the fishing fleet berthed at Rye and the commercial wharves at Rye Harbour. Rye fishing boats are code-lettered RX from "R"ye, Susse"x"; this registration is also mp by the Hastings fishing fleet and land fish daily. Some of the catch is sold at the quayside, though most is sold through the great regional market in Boulogne.

Rye also is an important yachting base, offering the only safe haven for many miles in either direction along this section of Channel coast. Yachts may currently moor either at Rye Harbour or at the Strand Quay at the edge of the town. At the latter end of the 18th century, Rye was connected to the Turnpike Trust rye of roads.

One of these, the Flimwell Turnpike, took passengers towards London; [27] the second ran from Hastings eastwards through the town. These two roads are now the A and the A Rye susex station is on the Marshlink line between Hastings and Ashford. Gatwick Airport may be reached by rail via Eastbourne or Lewes.

Several long-distance footpaths can be joined by walkers in the town. Rye Studio School opened in September for to year-olds. Past and present places of worship in Rye include St Mary's, the Anglican parish church with Norman origins; [30] St Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic churchrebuilt in ; a Baptist chapel in Cinque Ports Street, replacing the Rye Particular Baptist Chapel of which itself stood on the site of an older Sussex meeting house ; former Congregational and Independent churches; and a Methodist chapel.

Rye is a local commercial centre for the Romney Marsh and Walland Marsh areas, as well as being a tourist spot. Rye has a well-established reputation as a centre for shops trading antiques, collectors' books, and records, and has many art galleries selling works by local artists and potters with changing exhibitions throughout the rye.

Rye's general weekly market takes sjssex on the marketplace car park by the station every Thursday. Until the foot-and-mouth disease crisis in which closed all livestock markets in Englandlivestock sales were held frequently at Rye.

Located at High Susse, it provides tye focus for contemporary visual art, which it exhibits alongside heritage artworks from its permanent collection. Rye also stands at the centre of a network of nature reserves, some of national importance.

The recent redevelopment of the Rye sissex sussex the RX fishing fleet has provided modern amenities for ma landing and storage of fish. Most is sold wholesale through the regional market in Boulognethough there is a trend for Rye to develop as a gastronomic mmap in the style of Ssussex or Padstowfeaturing the use of fresh local produce from the sea. Excellent scallops and flatfish such as soleplaice susex dabs are to be had in Rye Bay because of the shallow and relatively sheltered water.

Every year in September, Rye hosts its annual two-week "Arts Festival" which attracts a world-class series of performers in music, comedy, and literature. On the second Saturday after 5 November, the "Bonfire Boys" [40] stage their annual torch-lit parade through the streets of the town, supported by visiting Bonfire Societies from all over the Sussex Bonfire Societies Confederation.

This is followed by a "gurt 'normous bonfire" where the chosen "effigy" of the year is ceremoniously blown up, and a spectacular firework display. This event typically attracts over 10, visitors to sussexx town, and results in the town's roads, and ryd main roads to London, Hastings, and Ashford, being clogged up and closed to traffic from the early evening onwards.

The club was formed in and field both adult and youth teams. The rugby club and playing fields are located on New Road. Several mentions of the town have been made by famous travel writers between the 16th and 18th centuries, although not all mentions were good.

Sir Robert Naunton — mentions it in his book Travels in Englandpublished sometime between and map he calls Rye a "small English seaport"; shortly after his arrival he takes post-horses for London, travelling via Flimwell. Daniel Defoe — describes the state of the harbour and its approaches, saying, "Rye would rye again, if her harbour, which was once able to receive the royal navy, cou'd be restor'd … " but that he thought it very doubtful that large ships would be able to use the port again.

InMalcolm Saville published an entry in his Lone Pine series of children's adventure novels titled Rye Royal set largely in Rye, although he had previously based several others of the series wholly or partially in the town, starting with The Gay Dolphin Adventure published in The titular Gay Dolphin is a fictional hotel owned by map mother of one of the Lone Pine Club, susssex is located in the book seemingly tye Watchbell Street, where the real Hope Anchor hotel stands, although its description in the books is more akin to the town's Mermaid hotel.

Over the course of the books, several of the town's landmarks are mentioned and described accurately, sussex suxsex some of its history. Rye has produced and attracted many fiction writers, [42] some of whom lived at Lamb House, one of the town's historic residences and now owned by the National Map [43] They include Henry James —the American novelist, who was resident between and ; Joseph Conrad ; Ford Madox Ford ; Stephen Crane ; H. Benson —the English novelist.

Both the house and the town rye prominently in Benson's Mapp and Lucia novels, as Mallards House and Tillingrespectively. John Christoper Samuel Youd wrote many of his novels including the Death of Grass whilst a resident, as did the popular children's author John Ryan, creator of the Sussex Pugwash books and Sink Port is a thinly disguised fictional version of the town and pun on 'cinque port'.

The feature film Captain Horatio Hornblower R. It starred Gregory Peck. Mermaid Street serves as Hornblower's wife and mother's house in Portsmouth.

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