From sofas to garden machinery, and from clothes to paintings and jewellery, you will find most of the products you need in Uckfield shops. Here we bring you tips for what you will find in our town during September.
Real dedication to fund-raising was shown at The Co-operative Funeralcare in Uckfield High Street yesterday.
A sale starts today, Friday, July 27, at Cole’s menswear in Uckfield High Street.
Half-price electrical goods – all safety tested – are available at St Wilfrid’s Hospice charity shop in Uckfield High Street at a Live Wire event running until Saturday.
Uckfield High Street has been nominated for the Great British High Street of the Year award.
There was disappointment yesterday as members of a committee working to regenerate Uckfield accepted it wasn’t going to happen in the near future.
Uckfield pet shop Paws n Claws has a special offer running at the moment – buy five products in the Burgess range and get one free.
Father’s Day gifts, flowers for your garden and home, outdoor furniture and lanterns, lawn-mowers, and all you need for a game of tennis – these things and more are available in Uckfield area shops during June.
Check out what’s new in Uckfield shops in this August shopping feature on the Uckfield News website.
A costume and fancy dress hire shop is due to open in Uckfield.
Talks are continuing between a landlord and Uckfield Town Council about upgrading of a piece of land in the centre of Uckfield.
Wealden District Council now has a senior officer to support development of its growing commercial strategy.
Businesses in Uckfield will be allowed to have one advertising ‘A’ board on the pavement outside their premises at no charge, the town council was told last night (July 30).
Five Ash Down Post Office is extending its opening hours from Monday, April 30.
Free real nappy trial kits are being offered to parents in Wealden by the district council.
Our Saturday independent columnist takes a lengthy look at the woes of British high streets and what that might mean for Uckfield town centre regeneration.
The shop occupied by Shoe Zone on the corner of High Street and Bell Farm Road, Uckfield, is on the market.
A date has been set for the trial of Uckfield town councillor and shopkeeper James Anderson who has denied sexual offences against teenagers.
Flooring specialists Fluffy Side Up are opening a shop in Uckfield High Street.
Chestnut Tree charity shop in Uckfield High Street re-opens at 10am today after re-stocking following their Glitz and Glamour event.