“Significant changes” are to be made to proposals to restructure East Sussex Fire Service which caused uproar in Uckfield and around the county.
Clearance work for the new Luxford Field play area has begun. Equipment and other structures are being broken up.
Coronavirus case numbers in Wealden have again risen in the last week.
Some of the changes made by Wealden Council during the Coronavirus pandemic are here to stay, the organisation has indicated as it plans for recovery.
The number of deaths due to Covid-19 in Wealden continues to decline.
Uckfield Town Council is delaying the opening of play areas because of difficulties in implementing Covid-19 control measures.
Buses services in the Uckfield area are returning to something like normal from today (June 29) as the Covid-19 lockdown eases.
Uckfield Town Council plans to place a memorial in West Park Nature Reserve to countryside ranger Geoff Pollard who died on June 8.
Proposals for large-scale housebuilding schemes “at and around Uckfield” are nearing.
South East Water is carrying out emergency repairs in Mill Drove, Uckfield.
Wealden Council is looking to see what extra measures can be put in place to help the district’s voluntary sector over the coming months.
Tributes have been paid to countryside ranger Geoff Pollard who has died.
An important benchmark was recorded yesterday afternoon (June 28) by this website’s tracker of Coronavirus lab-confirmed cases in Wealden.
The first sapling planted under Uckfield Town Council’s Tree for a Tree scheme is alive.
Fewer businesses than expected have so far applied to Wealden District Council for a Covid-19 discretionary grant.
Uckfield has lost 200 affordable homes on the Ridgewood Farm estate in Uckfield because developers weren’t required to provide the full 35% of the total number of houses being built there.
One of the country’s rarest plants has successfully been reintroduced to a verge in Hadlow Down.
The total of lab-confirmed Covid-19 cases in Wealden continues to rise.
Housebuilding land within Wealden is in short supply. That news will surely amaze the majority of people living in the Uckfield district.
Firefighters in East Sussex have “no confidence” in their employers plans to restructure the service.