Home-Start East Sussex is hoping to run an Uckfield-based course to help domestic abuse victims/survivors.
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.
Wealden Council has refused permission for wooden steps at Uckfield signal box to be replaced with a galvanised staircase.
Uckfield Civic Centre and Luxfords Restaurant are to become official “safe havens”.
A blue plaque scheme to mark historic locations in Uckfield is moving closer to fruition.
Plans for a new Uckfield College have won the conditional support of Uckfield town councillors.
East Sussex County Council’s finances are in a much better shape than those in crisis-hit Northamptonshire.
A planned new roundabout on the A22 Uckfield by-pass will be “off-set” in a similar way to the one at the entrance to Fernley Park in Eastbourne Road.
New charges come into force at recycling sites, including Maresfield, across East Sussex at the beginning of October.
Uckfield Town Council has reiterated its policy of opposing all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination.
Much-valued music lessons for young people across East Sussex will continue after alternative savings were identified.
Grass verges in urban areas of Uckfield will be cut more frequently next year.
The performance of Wealden waste contractors Kier has deteriorated again, according to a report going to a council committee next week.
Streatfeild House looks set to be demolished and rebuilt to modern standards.
Wealden Council has requested urgent clearance of accumulating waste at a recycling ‘bring site’ near Tesco in Uckfield.
A wider ranging safety day for primary school children is being launched by Uckfield Town Council.
Consultation begins today on Wealden’s Proposed Local Plan which covers development in the district – including Uckfield – to 2028.
A four-bedroom chalet bungalow in Selby Gardens, Uckfield, could be demolished and two new homes built in its place.
Read more about a Guardian article which looks East Sussex Council being set to cut services to bare legal minimum.