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I am sure many of your readers will have contacted you to correct NCE's geography regarding the ancient Cinque port of Rye - the 'jewel in the crown' of EAST SUSSEX (Turn of the Quay, NCE 4/11 August).

(They have, they have - ed) It is not the first time that Rye has been erroneously located in Kent. However, it has been in East Sussex from time immemorial and is several miles across Romney Marsh from the border with Kent. Rye is well worth a visit!

Chris Walker (F) chriswalker@btinternet. com

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