A campaign has been launched to save Fletching Primary School following an announcement that East Sussex County Council is considering closing it.
Uckfield will next year mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day – the end of World War Two in Europe.
Grazing sheep are to be introduced to a new area of West Park Local Nature Reserve (LNR), Uckfield.
Wealden District Council is reminding all carriers of waste, including scrap metal, to ensure they are registered following the successful prosecution of an unlicensed waste carrier.
There will be no need to separate glass bottles and jars into their own recycling bin after Saturday, June 29, according to the East Sussex Joint Waste and Recycling Committee.
Volunteers are being sought to help reinvigorate Uckfield’s speed watch campaign.
Police have confirmed the date of a public meeting in Uckfield where there will be chance to discuss crime and anti-social behaviour.
Money saved towards resurfacing Ridgewood Village Hall car park has been reallocated by Uckfield Town Council towards refurbishing and extending the hall.
Police are investigating an attack on a Sainsbury’s delivery driver, and another incident, which took place in Uckfield on Tuesday morning.
The first stage of the Examination in Public of Wealden’s Local Plan begins on Tuesday (May 21).
New councillors co-opted onto Uckfield Town Council last night to represent Uckfield Ridgewood and Uckfield North wards are Karen Bedwell and Colin Snelgrove respectively.
Councillors were appointed to Uckfield Town Council committees at their annual statutory meeting last night. Details are here.
Permission to build five houses on land opposite the Temple Grove Care Home in Five Ash Down has been withdrawn nearly a year after being approved.
The first meeting of the new Uckfield Town Council, since elections on Thursday, is due to take place on Monday evening.
The official opening of the newly refurbished Parklands Play Area, in Maresfield, is due to take place on Saturday (May 4).
Plans have been submitted to build a pair of semi-detached homes on land in Buxted currently used to store gas bottles and as parking for employees and visitors to the George Rose shop on High Street.
Vulnerable people are deliberately being targeted and threatened in Uckfield, police were told at a meeting in town last night.
Two people are sought to be co-opted as Uckfield town councillors.
Parents in Wealden are being offered the opportunity to trial reusable nappies.
Plans have been submitted to turn offices in Blackboys – once The Crown Inn – into six homes.