Uckfield area primary schools are holding open days for children aged 4+ who will be starting school in September 2018. Dates coming up include:
Eleven-year-old Freya Embden-Kane chose Valentine’s Day to raise funds for an organisation that supported her family when she had open heart surgery at the age of seven months.
Uckfield pupils have made a huge difference to the lives of people living in the Ugandan village of Kabubbu, and particularly of one child and his family, over the years.
Uckfield Town Council is reconsidering the idea of employing a community warden prompted by changes to neighbourhood policing and other matters raised recently in town such as anti-social behaviour.
Prizes of £50 and £20 respectively have been presented to the winners of a Best Dressed House competition run by the Manor Park and Hempstead Fields Residents’ Association.
Dog walker Stewart Povey-Meier has been hailed a hero after saving the life of a Golden Labrador struggling against the current in the River Uck.
Brief power cuts were reported in and around Uckfield and beyond at about 7.30am today.
Uckfield’s Zoe Blundell can’t believe her luck. This week she has scooped three prizes in two draws and to round off an exciting week it’s her birthday tomorrow (Saturday).
Have you seen Father Christmas out and about in Uckfield yet? The Lions hosted a visit by him in the centre of town during late night shopping on Friday and now he is doing his rounds.
Better public transport is one way of solving parking chaos outside schools, says our Saturday independent columnist, Observer. But, the question is: will anyone see and act on the ‘big picture’?
Uckfield town councillors are considering whether to allow an access from Victoria Pleasure Ground to St Philip’s Primary School to be made permanent.
Remembrance events will be held in Uckfield and surrounding villages on Saturday and Sunday (November 11 and 12).
You can’t keep the 1,000 homes development at Ridgewood Farm, Uckfield, out of the news.
Marching soldiers will be seen in Maresfield Park once more when a squadron from the 11th Signal Regiment returns to its roots on Remembrance Sunday.
The lack of a school crossing patrol at Manor Primary School at Downsview Crescent, Uckfield, has been raised officially with the county council.
Speed surveys may be carried out along Browns Lane on Uckfield’s Manor Park Estate.