An historic ‘Bow Bells’ milestone has disappeared from a roadside in Ridgewood, Uckfield.
Wealden MP Nus Ghani attended a talk at Bridge Cottage, Uckfield, about the part played by local women and men in securing votes for women.
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.
Bridge Cottage Uckfield has won an award which recognises its ‘very high standard’ of restoration.
Nutley Windmill is to feature within a new set of stamps being issued by Royal Mail.
Did you, or someone you know, get married in 1947, the same year as The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh?
A book about the friendship between an Uckfield man and the American actor, singer and Rat Pack legend Dean Martin was published this week.
The restoration of Uckfield’s Bridge Cottage was highly commended in the 2017 Sussex Heritage Trust Awards which were announded on Thursday.
I was roundly ticked off some while back for suggesting Uckfield did not have a lot of history.
Louise Eastwood was re-elected Uckfield Town Mayor last night (May 8) at the annual meeting of the town council.
Uckfield’s historic Rev Cardale Memorial is to be restored but remain at the Victoria Pleasure Ground.
There’s bound to be something to interest you at a Bridge Cottage exhibition, under way at the moment, on life in the Uckfield area during World Wars 1 and 2.
Letters written by an Uckfield soldier to his sweetheart during World War 1 will be part of an exhibition coming up at Bridge Cottage Heritage Centre.
Historic Bridge Cottage which opened to the public following a major restoration programme completed last year is to host its first wedding in June.
Double-height red bricks removed from Uckfield High Street during the improvement works have become a “bit of an eyesore”, a town councillor said this week.
A fresh batch of World War 1 newspapers has been published online to mark the second anniversary of a project commemorating East Sussex’s role in the conflict.
The Picture House, Uckfield, has started the new year with a fresh look which harks back to 1916 when it was first built.
Take a tour of Bridge Cottage, through pictures by Mike Harvey-Penton.
Lord Lucan, who is said to have last been seen alive in Uckfield, is now officially presumed dead.
Trenches were dug, a battlefield built, pyrotechnics ignited and actors became soldiers at Palehouse Common last week to create … a two minute film.