The Hawker Typhoon is an aircraft type whose name resonates with any student of World War 2. Now, Uckfield is the base for an incredible restoration project.
Listen to a bedtime story, join a new book club and learn about the three Rs, of reading, reusing and recycling, in a literary festival beginning at Bridge Cottage, Uckfield, on Monday, April 23.
Mystery surrounding the contents of a metal suitcase hidden in a loft for more than 30 years has been resolved and the resulting story will be part of an exhibition coming up about Uckfield High Street.
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.
Central Parade and The Wakelyns are two addresses that were once well known in Uckfield High Street. But you might not have heard of them … unless you have visited a new exhibition at Bridge Cottage.
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.
Did you, or someone you know, get married in 1947, the same year as The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh?
The delay in moving Uckfield’s red phone box is explained plus the town council tries to get permanent repairs to High Street pavement patching speeded up.
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.
Louise Eastwood was re-elected Uckfield Town Mayor last night (May 8) at the annual meeting of the town council.
Markets, fairs, talks, exhibitions and concerts – all these events, and more, are coming up at Bridge Cottage Heritage Centre this year.
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.
Historic Bridge Cottage which opened to the public following a major restoration programme completed last year is to host its first wedding in June.
An historic ‘Bow Bells’ milestone has disappeared from a roadside in Ridgewood, Uckfield.
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.
Take a tour of Bridge Cottage, through pictures by Mike Harvey-Penton.