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Francesca Clent
Many thanks to Bob Dixon, of Peasmarsh, who has raised £1030 in aid of The Nurses Fund by going Sober for October.
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The Jempson Foundation recently made a donation to Hub on Rye Hill, which is a state-of-the-art building on Rye Hospital site, providing well being and health facilities for the community. Sally Compton said, ‘We would like to thank The Jempson Foundation for their support. This innovative, ecofriendly new Hub will provide much needed space for...
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The team at Rye put on a “Wimbledon Wednesday” to celebrate the tennis in July. Clare Gladwish, Chef Team Leader said “We decided to do a tennis day which we called Wimbeldon Wednesday to celebrate the tournament. Nicole Mende and Samantha Teare from the physiotherapist department based at Rye, Winchelsea & District Memorial Hospital played...
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Thank you all for coming to support Hub on Rye Hill at the outdoor screening of Bohemian Rhapsody on Wednesday evening. Over 150 people came to watch this amazing film in the beautiful surroundings of Mountsfield. Cocktails were sipped and popcorn bought as people enjoyed the music of Queen and watching Freddie Mercury’s tale unfold....
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Dragon Boat races, Outdoor Film nights have all made the thermometer rise on our fundraising campaign in aid of the Hub on Rye Hill. Help us by buying a brick from £5, £150 a row, £500 a wall. Donate online www.justgiving.com/campaign/hubonryehill Text donate ‘£5-£20 hubonryehill’ to 70085. Cheques to Rye, Winchelsea & District Hospital Ltd,...
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ing volunteers Ruth Close. She has helped tirelessly at the hospital for 16 and a half years, since 2003. She always greeted visitors and staff with a friendly smile and conversation and was always willing to help at the drop of a hat. Ruth will be sorely missed by us all and we wish her...
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We did it! For the first time ever. The Hub on Rye Hill competed in the Bewl Water Dragon Boat Race to raise funds for The Hubs Buy a Brick Campaign. What a day it was. A very beautiful, but huge Dragon Boat, requiring 16 paddler, not rowers, (there is a difference) some super human...
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It was a glorious fete. The sun shone and the skies were blue all afternoon for the Rye Hospital fete. The bunting fluttered and the colourful, jewel-like giant flowers, made by the talented children of the Black Winkle Art Club of Hastings, dazzled in the sunshine. Click here to read more 
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Help us raise the final £50,000 for our new building Buy a brick from £5, £150 a row, £500 a wall. Donate online www.justgiving.com/campaign/hubonryehill Text donate ‘£5-£20 hubonryehill’ to 70085. Cheques to Rye, Winchelsea & District Hospital Ltd, Peamarsh Road, Rye, TN31 7UD.
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A wonderful serenity has taken possession of my entire soul, like these sweet mornings of spring which I enjoy with my whole heart. I am alone, and feel the charm of existence in this spot, which was created for the bliss of souls like mine. I am so happy, my dear friend, so absorbed in...
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