Uckfield-born Natalie Miller has been selected to captain England in the World Indoor Netball Championships taking place in South Africa in August.
Uckfield completed their first ever league and cup double on Saturday with a clinical 20-8 victory over Burgess Hill at Hampstead Fields.
Uckfield Rugby Club’s Founding Fathers raised more than £700 for the charity Oscar’s Wish Foundation at a ladies’ night.
D&D Wildcard Racing achieved a podium finish at the Daytona Milton Keynes Dmax three-hour team enduro race held at the weekend.
Manor, Rocks Park and St Philip’s primary schools took part in a Purple Day event yesterday to raise funds and awareness about epilepsy.
Five young leaders are organising an Easter event which is open to all at Fun Abounds trampoline centre on Saturday, April 20.
Cinema owner Kevin Markwick was proud to bring the FA Cup to Uckfield yesterday and he’s hoping it will come back to Sussex again in a few weeks time.
SLM Toyota Uckfield has presented a sponsorship cheque for £500 to Wealden Bowls Club.
Proposals to extend and upgrade a sports pavilion at Nutley have been submitted to Wealden Council.
If you are interested in playing bowls outside during the summer then you are invited to a coffee morning taking place on Saturday (March 2).
Uckfield looks forward to welcoming Hastings for the semi-final in the Sussex Shield. Read here about the close match played against East Grinstead in the quarter-final clash.
Uckfield Rugby Club is inviting people to buy tickets for its pantomime Robin Hood and his Merry Men which will be presented at Uckfield College on Saturday, March 2.
Uckfield are champions of Harveys of Sussex Division 1. Read how they secured the league title, and promotion, in a Gordon Buckland report here.
Uckfield travelled to Eastbourne on Saturday looking to continue their improving home form having beaten both Burgess Hill and Crawley at Hempstead Fields in the previous two games, writes Gordon Buckland.
Uckfield took a step closer to winning the league and gaining promotion with a pragmatic 32-0 victory over second-placed Crawley, writes Gordon Buckland.
Uckfield welcomed Burgess Hill to Hempstead Field looking to make amends for their first defeat of the season.
More details are now available about a Parkrun being set up in Uckfield – and a start date has been released.
In the last game of the regular season before the league split, Uckfield hosted the Acorns, an improving Plumpton side.
The Acorns welcomed bottom of the league, Ditchling to Hempstead Field on an exceptionally wet and blustery December afternoon for the last home fixture of 2018.
Uckfield travelled to 2nd placed Crawley on a rather wet and blustery afternoon to contest this top of the table clash, writes Matthew Evans.