Rother, East Sussex Borough, Historic Sussex County, England. Rother is the easternmost, predominantly rural district of Sussex, surrounding (but not including) Hastings. It stretches 23 miles along the English Channel coast and includes the ancient ports of Winchelsea and Rye and scenes from the Battle of Hastings (1066). The River Rother rises at The Weald and flows east along the East Sussex-Kent border before joining the English Channel at Rye. On April 1, 1974, under the Local Government Act of 1972, Bexhill Municipality, Rye Municipality, and Battle Rural District were merged to form the Rother District. It is one of the three easternmost non-borough neighbourhoods in the county, the other two being Lewis in the west and Welden in the centre. Rother surrounds Hastings Borough.
What is foster care?
Temporary custody or guardianship for children whose parents have died or cannot care for them. Looking for foster care in Rother, or looking for foster care in other regions, check out the agencies listed in the regions.