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.
Uckfield Town Council has objected to plans for nine homes following demolition of a house in Regency Close, Uckfield.
Uckfield Yoga Studio is open again with classes being held for six people at a time allowing plenty of space for each person while practising.
Thirty studio flats could be built off Bradfords Lane in Little Horsted as accommodation for staff working at East Sussex National Hotel.
Coronavirus deaths in Wealden declined during the week to July 24 in comparison with the previous seven days.
Update at 4pm: The pilot of a light aircraft which crashed near Heathfield this morning died at the scene, according to Sussex Police.
Uckfield Lions, who raise funds and organise events for the community, are looking for new members.
Police say an 18-year-old Uckfield man has been jailed for breaching a Community Behaviour Order within two weeks of it being imposed.
Companies across the county will be able to access support to help boost business, thanks to new funding.
A pop-up Covid-19 testing centre has been established in Uckfield for people who think they may have the Coronavirus.
There was a winning start to the August Cup for Uckfield Anderida 1st XI at the weekend while the 2nd XI were soundly beaten. Read reports here from Tom Grimes.
Uckfield College is looking forward to moving into its new building ready for the start of the new term in September.
Wealden Coronavirus cases continue their slow rise, according to the latest data.
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.
Three homes could be built on land behind Lynton in Five Ash Down if plans before Wealden Council are approved.
Electric vehicle (EV) charge points are to be installed at a number of Uckfield Town Council-owned sites.
Wealden Council will be contacting voters by email, instead of post, this year to confirm whether changes are needed to the Electoral Roll.
Uckfield Leisure Centre is due to reopen its dry-side facilities on Saturday (August 1) with the pool opening for lane swimming from Monday.
Uckfield News photographs show a new play area taking shape on Luxford Field, Uckfield.