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.
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.
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.
The Picture House, Uckfield, has started the new year with a fresh look which harks back to 1916 when it was first built.
Renovations of the Rev Cardale Memorial have been placed on hold by Uckfield Town Council.
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.
The Picture House in Uckfield celebrated its 100th birthday with a party on Thursday. See story, pictures and history here.
The official opening of Bridge Cottage Heritage Centre in Uckfield is expected to take place on Saturday, April 23.
A new milestone has been reached in the restoration of Bridge Cottage, Uckfield, as the underfloor heating is switched on.
Restoration of historic Bridge Cottage is now within touching distance of completion.
New manager at Bridge Cottage Heritage Centre in Uckfield is Paul Dearn, the man who introduced winter-themed openings in historic houses to the National Trust.
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.
Uckfield’s Cardale Monument has stood unloved by most and unnoticed in the car park of the Victoria Pleasure Ground.
Fifty years ago only the partners at Swindells accountants in Uckfield had telephones, and calls made to and from them had to go through an operator.
A picture has been found of Uckfield World War 1 soldier Pt Albert Corden whose medals have been bought for the town.
It has been revealed that the World War 1 soldier, whose medals have been brought home to Uckfield, is one of those remembered at services held each year by the Sussex Yeomanry Association.
World War 1 medals awarded posthumously to an Uckfield soldier have been brought back to the town after being spotted for sale online.