Barney’s Play, the soft play centre on the Bellbrook Estate, Uckfield, is back in action but operating at 40% of its usual capacity because of Covid-19 restrictions.
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.
Wealden District Council is removing itself from any role in the running of Uckfield Leisure Centre.
Glorious autumn colour has arrived at Sheffield Park and Garden and if you would like to see the reds, golds, yellows, and vibrant greens, for yourself tickets can be booked in advance.
New “super-luxury VIP surroundings” are being created for customers visiting The Picture House, Uckfield.
Six members of staff at Uckfield Leisure Centre have now tested positive for Covid-19.
Uckfield Festival Association is to hold its annual meeting via Zoom this year and invites everybody interested to attend the virtual event.
The Bluebell Railway has been given more than £700,000 in a Government grant to help it rebuild its business.
A young Uckfield dancer has won a place at the prestigious Elmhurst Ballet School in Birmingham.
Here are some dates for your diary for events coming up in the Uckfield area which are advertised on UckfieldEvents.com.
Bluebell Railway is looking for Front of House and Kitchen Porters to work at its catering outlets from mid-November.
Uckfield estate agents Mansell McTaggart are new sponsors of AFC Uckfield Town.
Uckfield’s Virtual Carnival takes place tonight, with the star of the show being a real fireworks display which should be visible from across town.
A Christmas tree festival which attracts thousands of people to Holy Cross Church, Uckfield, each year is unable to go ahead as a live event this December.
The Bluebell Railway has been given a £250,000 grant to help it survive through the winter.
There’s a wonderful variety of work on display at an art exhibition which takes place at Isfield Village Hall today and tomorrow.
The scene on an Elton John album cover has been recreated for fans at the Bluebell Railway.
Thirteen artists and makers who live in, or near Isfield, will be exhibiting their work in the village hall this weekend.
Volunteers who raise funds for the Evelina Children’s Hospital by running a miniature railway have been hit by the closure of the Lavender Line because of Covid-19.
The Bluebell Railway will be lighting up the winter nights with a seasonal lights spectacular this Christmas.