Observer, our Saturday independent columnist, welcomes better financial news from East Sussex County Council and wonders whether it signals that the bad old days are over.
Governors are sought to represent Uckfield and other East Sussex towns on the Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust.
Make sure you don’t put polystyrene into your recycling bin because it can lead to a whole 16 tonne load being rejected by a reclamation facility.
The final stone has been laid to complete the structure of the new crematorium at Horam and the building should be officially opened in March.
Sussex Police are set to get extra money in the next financial year, which begins in April.
Council leaders will meet next week to discuss proposals for service changes and funding across East Sussex next year.
Burglaries, car crime and anti-social behaviour have all reduced in Uckfield over the past year, residents were told at a public meeting in town last night.
Members of the public will have the chance to voice concerns about policing in Uckfield at a public meeting tonight.
Home-Start, a charity which supports struggling families, has replied to comments made about its work at an Uckfield Town Council meeting earlier this month.
Water bottle refill points will be established across the Wealden District Council area if a new project is successful.
Plans for Wealden District Council to add 214 new, affordable homes to its stock over the next four years have cleared a major hurdle.
Wealden District Council will impose a charge of £50 a year for the collection of garden waste from July 1 next year.
Wealden District Council is proposing a 2.7% increase in the council tax residents pay for its local services.
Financial support for a rural Saturday-only bus service is to be continued by Uckfield Town Council.
Work on a new waste collection contract for Wealden is ‘progressing well’ and a preferred contractor is due to be named on November 30.
Three street lighting columns owned by Uckfield Town Council are to be replaced.
Plans to redevelop Uckfield College have been approved by Wealden Council.
The Uckfield Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy sapling, planted at the weekend, has been moved to a “place of safety”.
The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy (QCC) scheme came to Uckfield this lunchtime (November 10).
East Sussex County Council is pleading with the Government to recognise the parlous state of its finances.