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With such a large open space, power kites are a popular pastime- a very colourful sight to see.
It is very busy in the summer months with visitors using the caravan parks,holiday homes and campsites.
By the early 1890s, the number of visitors to Rye increased as tourism became more prevalent.
When planning a day on the sands it is well worth checking the local tide tables as the extensive shallows at low tide make for a very long walk before it is deep enough to swim.
The Royal William Hotel opened that year, and gradually the new village expanded.
The Rye and Camber Tramway, a tourist railway originally opened for the members of the golf links to carry their gear, was opened in 1895; it closed to the public at the outbreak of World War II and never reopened.
Camber Castle, otherwise known as Winchelsea Castle, was built by Henry VIII to guard the western entrance to "the Camber" in the 16th Century and is located half way between Rye and Winchelsea on the other side of the river.
Camber parish was formed in 1956 from the merger of the parishes of Broomhill and St Thomas the Apostle, Winchelsea.