Drinks and homemade snacks are now available at Staverton Nursery in Halland, near Uckfield.
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.
Licence holders at pubs and bars have been told to keep control of customers drinking and queueing to get into their premises.
More businesses are coming out of the Coronavirus lockdown and here we take a look at what you will find in Uckfield area shops during July.
The Village Hair Shop at East Hoathly has had an extensive refit ready for reopening on Saturday.
Refurbishment of Academy of Hair hairdressers in Uckfield High Street is complete, and owner Natalie Edwards is ready to reopen on Saturday.
Hartfields is due to reopen on Monday after three months in lockdown and for the first two days will serve coffee and cake only.
Popular Uckfield businesses Hartfields and Something for Everyone are getting ready to reopen.
Pottery painters will have their first opportunity to see the new look Kilnwood Studio when it reopens on Saturday (July 4).
Simmons Gainsford chartered accountants have two job vacancies in Uckfield.
Ridgewood Post Office is to extend its opening hours from Monday, June 29.
Hundreds of bundles of asparagus have been delivered to NHS staff thanks to South Brockwells Farm at Little Horsted and their generous customers.
Ashdown Reinforcing which supplies steel reinforcing products to the construction industry now offers an in-house rebar bending service.
More Uckfield organisations are announcing plans to come out of lockdown while restaurants, pubs and hairdressers are among those looking forward to doing the same.
Cranwell Wealth Solutions has opened its doors in Uckfield again. New hygiene procedures are in place and visitors are welcome.
Uckfield shoppers were courteous and thoughtful yesterday as they were welcomed by businesses which reopened yesterday after being locked down for three months.
Uckfield-based manufacturer TR Fastenings reacted quickly when fasteners were needed for use, in medical equipment and PPE around the world, at the height of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Osteopath Michael Pearce has resumed face-to-face consultations at his Honeys Green Clinic, near Uckfield.
The Picture House, Uckfield, is conducting a survey to help it make informed decisions about reopening when allowed to by the Government.