If you remember the 1960s heydays of Framfield Road and New Town in Uckfield then a visit to an exhibition running at Bridge Cottage Heritage Centre in Uckfield will cement memories for you.
Officers marched through Maresfield Park to take part in a Remembrance service at St Bartholomew’s Church this morning.
Bluebell Railway heritage railway, at Sheffield Park, will be welcoming two famous steam engines to its annual Autumn Gala from October 11-13.
Miniature steam engines and classic cars will be coming to the Lavender Line heritage railway on Saturday and Sunday, October 5, and 6.
A new date has been set for an exhibition on the Framfield Road and New Town area of Uckfield.
Update on Wednesday, September 25: This exhibition has now been postponed and is due to take place in January 2020.
Members of the public will have the chance to hear how plans to restore a World War 2 Hawker Typhoon to flying condition are progressing at an open day this month.
Heart-stopping moments of a daring mission to bomb Port Stanley airfield during the Falklands War were recalled at a meeting in Uckfield last night.
Volunteers raising funds to restore the first ever World War 2 Hawker Typhoon fighter bomber to flying condition have successfully completed their first crowdfunding project.
Rod Chinn has been interested in old aircraft since he built Airfix plastic model kits as a youngster, so a new role at an aviation museum is perfect for him.
Changes planned for one of Uckfield’s most prominent and historic buildings – once the Maidens Head – will hinder any hopes for its return to its traditional use as an hotel, it was claimed this week.
The Lavender Line at Isfield will be holding a special event over the weekend of February 23 and 24 to mark the 50th anniversary of the last train to leave the station.
Eyes around the world are focussed on Uckfield as a project to restore a World War 2 Hawker Typhoon aeroplane to flying condition moves into a new phase.
Detailed research and artefacts long hidden from public view have been combined to tell the story of Uckfield during World War 1.
A blue plaque scheme to mark historic locations in Uckfield is moving closer to fruition.
Another Bow Bells Milepost has disappeared from its Uckfield site – but unlike one that was spotted missing last year this one is being refurbished and will be returned.
An exhibition about Bridge Cottage and the people who lived there can be seen at the cottage until Saturday.
Are there tunnels under Uckfield streets? That’s highly unlikely according to Mick Harker, chair of Uckfield and District Preservation Society.
Visitors are invited to help Uckfield firefighters celebrate 150 years of service in the town on Sunday, June 24.
A descendant of Uckfield’s first rector, the Rev Edward Cardale, is hoping to come to town to see a memorial to his ancestor.