Many Uckfield businesses will continue working during the Coronavirus lockdown and you can read about their plans here.
Uckfield and the rest of East Sussex has been placed in tier 2 when the new Covid-19 restrictions come into force at the end of the current lockdown next week.
Attempts to obtain a premises licence for Palehouse Barn at Palehouse Common on the outskirts of Uckfield have failed.
Bluebell Railway is looking for Front of House and Kitchen Porters to work at its catering outlets from mid-November.
Plans have been submitted for buildings at Brownings Farm, Blackboys, changing the uses of a former cafe and business space.
South Brockwells Farm Shop, at Little Horsted, is hosting a Wild Meat Tasting Day on Saturday (August 29).
The Bluebell Railway is looking for an Assistant Chef to help the Head Chef with the day to day delivery of food products throughout the company’s catering outlets.
Hartfields is due to reopen on Monday after three months in lockdown and for the first two days will serve coffee and cake only.
Hundreds of bundles of asparagus have been delivered to NHS staff thanks to South Brockwells Farm at Little Horsted and their generous customers.
Best Health Food Shop in Uckfield – at the bottom of town near the railway station – has stayed open seven days a week throughout the Coronavirus crisis.
See how Uckfield residents and businesses are responding to the Coronavirus in this update for Tuesday, April 14. More news will be added during the course of the day.
Twenty-three Easter eggs were presented to Uckfield Foodbank yesterday by Rowland Gorringe estate agents who launched an appeal for donations.
See the latest Uckfield Coronavirus news here. The story will be updated during the course of the day.
Uckfield businesses are being hard hit as alarm grows over the Coronavirus.
The end of the extractor hood is in sight, according to Uckfield kitchen suppliers SG Home Interiors, and they will be demonstrating an alternative system at cooking and tasting sessions this weekend.
Barnsgate Manor has gone into liquidation.
A new manager has been appointed at The Cock, Ringmer. He is Simon Maltby who is well-known in the area having run restaurants and pubs over the last 25 years.
There was a treat yesterday for clients of Candlelight Care, an Uckfield organisation that supports people of all ages to remain in their homes.
Christmas gifts, products and vouchers will be for sale at Spa Therapy, in Uckfield High Street, during late night shopping on Friday, December 6.
Plant hunter Tom Hart Dyke, who was kidnapped in the Colombian jungle and held captive for nine months, will be giving a talk at Buxted Park Hotel on Monday, November 25.
His story will range from growing up in a castle, to living under the threat of death in the jungle, and to achieving his ambition of creating a World Garden made up of all the plants he has collected.