Monthly sessions are being organised to keep Lake Wood in Uckfield tidy because of worries about anti-social behaviour there.
Glorious views from Manor Park, over The Dene, to Buxted, captured on a July evening.
Bluebells are out in Boothland Wood, Uckfield. There are more to come but already the displays are looking pretty.
Wellies are definitely needed for wandering around the West Park Nature Reserve at the moment but there are man-made additions to help you make progress.
What is your favourite time of year at Sheffield Park Garden? We link from here to February pictures on our new Uckfield Events website and look ahead at what’s in store there in May and August.
Colour is returning to Views Wood in Uckfield with yellow flowers in the soggy lower levels and a hint now appearing of the bluebell display that will soon carpet the area.
A rare short-toed eagle has been seen circling over the Ashdown Forest in the Wych Cross area.
The first sign of colour on a walk to see bluebells in Views Wood, Uckfield, were flags at the town’s rugby club ground. The first flowers to be seen belonged to wild garlic which was growing prolifically along the path beside the ground. It was pretty but smelly, writes The Ambler. Then came the bluebells [...]
Even on a drizzly Bank Holiday Monday it is good to get out into the fresh air and the Millennium Green in Uckfield was my destination yesterday.
Moves that will allow more land to be included as part of the Hempstead Meadows Local Nature Reserve are being made by Uckfield Town Council.
Vanessa Thomas photographs fungi in Maresfield and Fairwarp.
There are bluebells as far as the eye can seen in Views Wood, Uckfield.
It is important for the interests of the people of Uckfield to be protected when Wealden Council allocates land as Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space to draw people away from the Ashdown Forest, a public meeting was told last week.
I thought I would take a look at the Hempstead Meadows nature reserve in Uckfield at the weekend to check for signs of spring.
Sniff the air as you walk into Boothland Wood, Uckfield, from the direction of the Victoria Ground because the bluebells smell good.
The Uckfield Millennium Green at Ridgewood is the perfect place for a peaceful Sunday afternoon meander, writes The Ambler.
Uckfield is blessed with being located in a ghyll valley probably formed by water erosion during the last Ice Age about 10,000 years ago, and is built around an old river crossing.