Rye is located in the county of East Sussex, South East England, eight miles west of the town of Lydd, nine miles north-east of the major town of Hastings, and 54 miles south-east of London. Rye lies three miles south of the Kent border, and was historically in the county of Sussex. Rye falls within the district council of Rother, under the county council of East Sussex. It is in the TN31 postcode district. The post town for Rye is Rye.
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Rye is in the ceremonial county of East Sussex, the historic county of Sussex, and the administrative county of East Sussex.
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Rye is situated roughly centrally between the southernmost and northernmost extremities of East Sussex, and towards the easternmost extremity of East Sussex.
The nearest postcode to the centre of Rye is TN31 7JT.
Rye is situated towards the southernmost extremity of the TN31 postcode district, and roughly centrally between the easternmost and westernmost extremities of the TN31 postcode district.
The post town for Rye is Rye. Rye is in the TN31 postcode district, which corresponds to the post town of Rye.
The centre of Rye is located at position 50.95115° latitude and 0.73364° longitude.
The centre of Rye is located at the grid reference easting 592107 and northing 120415 within the British National Grid (OSGB36) system.
Position of Rye relative to nearby towns. Distance is measured from the centre of Rye to the centre of the town.
Position of Rye relative to nearby cities. Distance is measured from the centre of Rye to the centre of the city.