Wealden Council is expecting the COVID-19 crisis to cost it between £5 million and £7 million because of extra spending and loss of income.
More Uckfield shops have announced plans to reopen, and Sheffield Park and Garden is open again – but only for people booking in advance.
New business units, described as “probably the finest available in Uckfield”, are being marketed by Lawson Commercial.
Holy Cross Primary School has won the Arts Council’s Artsmark Silver Award.
Landowners who think they have development land are being asked to make themselves known to Wealden District Council.
Firefighters in East Sussex have “no confidence” in their employers plans to restructure the service.
Budding artists and milliners are being asked to create an alternative top hat for new Fuller and Scott funeral director Emma Naylor.
New Sussex Police Chief Constable is set to be the current deputy, Jo Shiner.
Proposals which would have seen Uckfield and Lewes become part of the same Parliamentary constituency are in the process of being dropped.
A semi-detached house in Markland Way, Uckfield, could be split in two, if a plan before Wealden Council is approved.
Deaths in Wealden care homes from Covid-19 rose in the latest week for which data is available.
Uckfield shops are preparing to open on Monday, June 15, the date set by the Government as the UK eases out of lockdown.
Uckfield fire station should not suffer cuts to equipment and firefighters.
Home Instead, a company providing care for clients in their own homes, has conducted a survey which reveals that 75 per cent of elderly people in the local area are using Zoom, WhatsApp and FaceTime in order to check-in and connect with loved ones.
Uckfield Rotary Club opened its online auction to bidding this morning and £735 has been raised so far. Lots range from Famous Grouse Whisky, to Tai Chi taster sessions, and afternoon tea for two at The Grand Hotel, Eastbourne. Bids The auction will run until June 21 so there’s plenty of time to get your […]
Rail passengers are invited to provide feedback on major proposals to unblock a railway bottleneck at Croydon to enable more reliable, more frequent and faster services.
Town councillors are being urged to oppose fire service cuts which would see Uckfield lose one appliance and a number of full-time firefighters.
The Bluebell Railway says its fundraising appeal is heading towards its target with supporters so far contributing £250,000 to help it recover from closure.
Confirmed Coronavirus cases in Wealden have edged up since our report six days ago.
Uckfield town clerk Holly Goring has completed a challenge she set herself to walk 100 miles during May to raise funds for Friends of East Sussex Hospices.