Our Saturday independent columnist Observer this week ranges far and wide over Uckfield issues.
East Sussex County Council says that a sink hole in Church Street, Uckfield, stretches across nearly the whole of the carriageway and is about one metre deep.
Our weekly look at where to go and what to do if you live in the Uckfield area. We carry tips in this round up from our Uckfield Events website.
A consultation event is due to take place today at Uckfield Community Technology College about plans for a major development to provide a new main school building.
KC News, the newsagent and convenience store near Grange Road in Uckfield High Street has been sold as a going concern.
NFU Mutual’s agency in Uckfield is looking for a customer services adviser to play a key role in the success of an expanding local business.
A 20 mph speed limit looks set to be reinstated in Uckfield High Street and adjoining roads.
Police say there has been a drop in the number of reports of anti-social behaviour in Uckfield.
Banner waving Suffragettes were in Uckfield yesterday to draw attention to an exhibition at Bridge Cottage which celebrates 100 years since some women first got the vote.
Two new members of staff have joined the Peter Oliver estate agency in Uckfield. They are Becky Everest and Kaye Hart.
So many people were interested in an Uckfield News story about local efforts to raise awareness of Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes that a get-together has been organised for people with the rare and incurable disease.
Artists gathered at Uckfield Railway Station on Saturday where an exhibition of their work can be seen in the run up to the Bridge Arts summer arts and crafts fair.
Grass cutting on roadside verges in urban areas of East Sussex will be completed to different standards this summer.
Massive timetable changes have come into force on the Uckfield Line.
Liberal Democrat Chris Bowers received the lion’s share of the vote in a mock election at Uckfield Community Technology College.
SLM Toyota Uckfield has welcomed a new centre host, Julie Tew, and said farewell to Bryan Jones who has been with them for many years.
Cllr Roy Galley calls Wealden District Council’s performance in collecting waste and recycling from kerbsides as “patchy”. There’s no doubting that, as residents in Uckfield and surrounding areas will testify.
A house was broken into at Blackboys and a shed broken into at Nutley this week.
The whole community at Harlands Primary School in Uckfield has helped draw up a new vision for the school.
Uckfield Community Technology College is looking for a pastoral leader to start work in September 2018.