Sun shines at the Summer Fete
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.
Precise numbers are not known, but it is estimated there were more than 300 people there throughout the afternoon, the car park held more cars than ever before, so thanks to the Rotary Club for managing this huge task. The community bus was kept busy ferrying people between Rye and the hospital, so thanks must go to Pat Hughes for driving to and fro.
The Hub on Rye Hill had an information tent which had detailed plans and people on hand to explain the new wellbeing centre which will open in December 2019. Hopefully everyone who visited the tent, or took a tour of the site, now understands exactly what this amazing space will provide, and can spread the word amongst friends.