Rising food prices are leaving more low-income Uckfield families struggling to feed themselves and seeking help from the town’s foodbank.
Quiz, music, and curry nights, a Saturday wine-with-your-meal treat, and Sunday roasts with all the trimmings, are some of the events held regularly at the Ringles Cross pub.
Barbecue meat, home-smoked bacon, hand-made biltong … just some of things you will find at Guido’s Butchers and Deli in Piltdown.
A Thai restaurant is to open in Uckfield. It is taking over premises vacated by Pepper Dining in the High Street.
Buxted Inn owner Jason Bailey treated about 40 members of a dementia group to a seaside outing yesterday.
An application for a licence to sell or supply alcohol at the premises formerly occupied by Dawson Hart solicitors at 103 High Street, Uckfield, is before Wealden Council.
A new team has taken over the running of the Ringles Cross pub.
A new alchol licence application has been submitted for the former Joli Couture boutique premises in Uckfield High Street.
The former angling shop at the top of Uckfield High Street could be turned into a restaurant.
Fresh, home-cooked farmhouse food takes priority on a new menu at The Grove at Blackboys, which is now known as The Grove Farmhouse Cafe.
Commercial agent Chris Lawson has written to the licensing authority in support of an application for a bar in the former Joli Couture premises in Uckfield High Street.
The Highlands Inn, Uckfield, is recruiting bar, restaurant and kitchen staff as work progresses on a new terrace in front of the pub.
Ian Ridley, from The Highlands Inn, Uckfield, is one of 16 semi-finalists in the Licensee of the Year 2017 competition.
Planning permission has been given for the former Joli Couture shop in Uckfield High Street to be turned into a ‘drinking establishment’.
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Great reviews have helped Beechwood Bed and Breakfast at Halland win a coveted VisitEngland ROSE Award in recognition of the service they offer guests.
The family owners of The Highlands Inn, Uckfield, and The Cock Inn, Ringmer, are shocked by the scale of business rates rises facing them.
Two wedding fairs are coming up in the Uckfield area this weekend. One will be at the Civic Centre and the other at Crockstead Farm Hotel.
Harvesting is well on the way to completion at Bluebell Vineyard Estates in Furners Green, near Uckfield, and a special event was held at the weekend enabling guests to get involved in the experience.
People all over Uckfield have been baking cakes ready for the Macmillan Cancer Support World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.