The world’s last flying Vulcan bomber is due to fly over Isfield on Sunday. And there’s great excitement at the Lavender Line where volunteers are expecting her to fly directly overhead.
Hand prints in a variety of colours, shapes and sizes were added to a canvas at a music festival at St Philip’s School, Uckfield, this summer and now they are to be displayed within the school.
A young lad has been injured after an accident in Uckfield High Street this afternoon.
Taster sessions proved popular when Element Health and Wellbeing held an open day in Uckfield on Saturday.
Uckfield Town Council clerk Ashley Serpis has resigned.
Volunteers are needed to help look after local railway heritage and a working museum that is the Lavender Line at Isfield.
The work of Uckfield-based business Design and Display Structures (D&D) will be seen in the centre piece of a redeveloped shopping centre in Birmingham.
Uckfield councillors have decided to make up to £5,000 available to boost the town during roadworks next year.
As Uckfield Picture House heads towards its centenary year in 2016 a final phase of refurbishment is on the way to completion.
Specialist disability activity sessions are being launched at Uckfield Leisure Centre starting on Sunday, October 18.
Uckfield’s Chris Dowling is putting 35 years of hands-on business experience to good use by coaching and mentoring people who are starting or growing their own businesses. Through his business Dowling Consultants, Chris offers coaching and mentoring on a freelance and independent basis. He also works with the Government’s Business Growth Service as a registered [...]
Each telephone call made from a payphone at Uckfield Civic Centre costs the town council £14.24 now compared with £1.89 in 2012.
Uckfield town councillors have shelved the idea of investing money in the re-opening of public toilets at the top of Luxfords car park.
Children are enjoying a new playground which was built at St Philip’s School in Uckfield over the summer.
Uckfield Town Mayor, Cllr Louise Eastwood, joined a Mad Hatters Tea Party.
Town councillors set out a vision this week of what they think is important, based on what people are telling them.
Update at 1pm, Tuesday, October 6: Thirty cars were parked in the new Uckfield station car park by 1pm on the first day of opening to commuters.
Autumn brings change to the garden.
Simmons Gainsford has launched a new business division – SG Indirect Tax Services.
Holy Cross Church was decorated for a wedding at the weekend to give couples the chance to imaging holding their own special ceremony there.