Uckfield area primary schools are holding open days for children aged 4+ who will be starting school in September 2018. Dates coming up include:
National news about the potholes epidemic is well mirrored in the Uckfield area. Time and again I hear of people whose cars are damaged and often undriveable because they hit a pothole.
Judges from Bridge Arts in Uckfield sat down to a hard task on Saturday (May 5) morning – selecting the winners of this year’s children’s art competition.
Both Wealden District Council and Uckfield Town Council hand out grants to “deserving” good causes. It is a good way of helping the “wheels” of the community continue to go round.
Bluebells are carpeting the floor of Boothland Wood in Uckfield and pictures are shared here by Simon Powell.
A good neighbour scheme could be set up on the Manor Park and Hempstead Fields estates in Uckfield.
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 work of volunteer drivers, who give their time to ferry patients to and from doctors surgeries in Uckfield, was recognised at a special event recently.
Ancient Greek history came alive for Year 3 pupils at Manor Primary School on Monday.
East Sussex County Council is to cut the number of times grass verges are cut in Uckfield – and across the county – to save money.
Free home visits to conduct NHS eye tests are being offered by Specsavers in Uckfield.
Owen Hoy comments on two of our stories this week, Uckfield residents want action against teenage thugs, and Uckfield Band D Council Tax will be nearly £2,000 from April.
Manor Primary School children enjoyed themselves yesterday dressing up as book characters and taking part in activities for World Book Day.
A yellow warning for snow and ice remains in place for the south east, and, while there was no snow overnight there is still disruption caused by falls earlier in the week. Today’s updates on school and travel are reported here.
Uckfield is under a carpet of snow. More is expected to fall.
Eleven-year-old Freya Embden-Kane chose Valentine’s Day to raise funds for an organisation that supported her family when she had open heart surgery at the age of seven months.