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But 17 years later, with two more children, they are still happy in Rye. In ‘1066 Country’, where rural East Sussex meets the Kent border, Rye is two miles from Winchelsea, where more pretty houses are laid out on a medieval grid of wide streets arranged around a giant church square.Inland, there is forest and gentle Sussex farmland.Our chat is real, genuine and frank - best for 18 listeners! Or join in with your opinion on some of the topics.You can also Tweet your question to @talk RADIO or text TALK and your message to 87222. You can email the show – uk/contact Join in and help make it the best possible show - no dilemma it's too small or too large. Join me on Talk Radio 9 PM - midnight where we discuss everything that matters to your sex-life, love-life and relationships. My lovely producer can change your name to give you anonymity. Or join in with your opinion on some of the topics.
‘We didn’t think we’d stay here forever,’ she says.Climb to the top of St Mary’s Church tower and you can see it all: a jumble of red-tiled roofs, a patchwork of picture-perfect gardens, the Ypres Tower (a fourteenth-century mini castle), the cobblestones of Mermaid Street tumbling downhill to the Strand Quay.Below are the fishing boats and marinas on the River Rother and, in the distance, the beaches of Rye Bay.For homes closer to the sea, look at bungalows and twentieth-century houses on Winchelsea Beach (a straggling seaside community, two miles from the town).
Popular local villages include Peasmarsh, Iden and Udimore.By the sea, the dunes of Camber Sands or Winchelsea Beach are just a short drive away. ‘And there are so many wonderful landscapes within easy reach.’ WHERE TO BUYHead for the pretty streets inside Rye’s ancient Citadel.