Mother-of-two Lyndsey Cardno from Framfield will be running the London Marathon tomorrow in aid of Sophie’s Trust, a fund set up for the baby daughter of Uckfield butcher Daniel Osborne who died in a car crash in December.
It is time to face the facts about Uckfield Civic Centre. It has been a “problem child” for ten years or more and now some hard decisions must be made.
Howard Gilbert, a former history teacher at what is now Uckfield Community Technology College, has died.
Uckfield town councillors who are standing down at next month’s elections have been thanked by mayor, Ian Smith.
A driver faces the possibility of being banned from the roads after allegedly driving at 100mph on the A22 East Hoathly by-pass.
Uckfield bookkeepers and payroll experts Team 4 Solutions are continuing to grow their business with an increasing number of clients joining them from outside East Sussex.
Years four and five children from six primary schools worked together to put on an exhibition in Uckfield on Tuesday evening.
Uckfield firefighter Ian Ritchie writes about the aftermath of road traffic collisions and how to avoid being a casualty.
An Uckfield mum is keenly tracking the progress of her son as he crosses the world as part of a team from the Globe Theatre taking Hamlet literally from Globe to Globe.
Brothers Edward and Harry Cockill start testing tomorrow for a weekend of motor racing at Donnington Park.
Twenty-five-year-old Amy Forde, from Uckfield, ran through the pain barrier to raise more than £3,000 for charity by competing in the Paris Marathon.
An election debate is due to be held at Uckfield Community Technology College next week with candidates from five political parties invited to take part.
Uckfield Civic Centre “services” could in future be outsourced and run by private enterprise.
Acupuncturist Elma McElligott has joined Uckfield Chiropractic Clinic.
Three lives were claimed in two accidents attended by Uckfield firefighters during the first fortnight of April.
During the week I picked up a comment on Twitter aimed at UckfieldNew.com
Network Rail has been denied permission to drive a temporary service road across Hempstead Meadows Local Nature Reserve as part of its plan to extend Uckfield railway station platform.
Groovy Cakes is the name of a new business started by Uckfield woman Emma Jackson with dinosaurs and unicorn cake pops among products proving popular with her customers.
Lorry driver Phil Newman spends every hour of his working day behind the wheel in his cab but once he finishes he puts the sedentary life behind him and concentrates on exercising.
Libraries in East Sussex are gearing up to take part in an initiative aimed at helping people experience the joy of reading.