The owners of Barney’s Play in Uckfield are making a desperate bid to save their business which has been closed and without income for 145 days due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Plans have been submitted for a solar electric forecourt on Uckfield by-pass along with solar farm, WCs, coffee shop, retail, seating area, meeting rooms/workspace and a display area.
Companies across the county will be able to access support to help boost business, thanks to new funding.
New pottery at Kilnwood Studio, silver jewellery featuring star signs at W E Clark & Son, and garden furniture at SG Home Interiors – some of the things you will find in Uckfield shops this month. Read more here.
Electric vehicle (EV) charge points are to be installed at a number of Uckfield Town Council-owned sites.
Uckfield Leisure Centre is due to reopen its dry-side facilities on Saturday (August 1) with the pool opening for lane swimming from Monday.
The Goodwin betting shop at 1 Bell Walk, Uckfield, is on the market.
Nurse practitioner Laura Buggy has launched an aesthetics clinic in Framfield.
When farmer Luke Watson and butcher Danny Martin launched their family butcher’s business in Piltdown a year ago they had no idea how manic their lives would become.
Cole’s Menswear in Uckfield High Street launches its summer sale today.
Uckfield Framing Company which was put up for sale before the Coronavirus lockdown is being freshly marketed.
Kamsons Health and Beauty, in High Street, Uckfield, now offers a delivery and collection service.
Uckfield Picture House has confirmed it will be opening on Friday, July 31, following four-and-a-half months of closure during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Simmons Gainsford accountants, who have offices in Uckfield and London, are joint hosts of a webinar about changes to taxation of UK investment residential property.
Spa Therapy, a day spa in Uckfield High Street, has reopened its doors to clients with online booking available. It also has rooms available for therapists to rent.
Uckfield Picture House owner Kevin Markwick is hoping to reopen the cinema on Friday, July 31.
Interest in the property market has gone “ballistic” according to Uckfield estate agents Peter Oliver.
The newly refurbished Beauty Spot reopens today in Uckfield. Everything has been organised to take account of Coronavirus regulations and protect clients and staff.
Some of the changes made by Wealden Council during the Coronavirus pandemic are here to stay, the organisation has indicated as it plans for recovery.
The owners of the Village Hair Shop in East Hoathly are pleased to be back in business and enjoying their refurbished premises.