Plans to convert the former Methodist church in Framfield Road, Uckfield, into three flats have been refused by Wealden Council.
A Bow Bells milepost, Number 46, has been replanted on the side of the A22 near Halland.
The Highlands Inn and Picture House, both in Uckfield, have announced reopening plans as the Coronavirus lockdown eases.
New business units, described as “probably the finest available in Uckfield”, are being marketed by Lawson Commercial.
Wealden councillors were told they would have little chance of winning a planning appeal if they refused permission for a new home to be built in a garden at 30 Sycamore Court, in Uckfield.
New Sussex Police Chief Constable is set to be the current deputy, Jo Shiner.
Uckfield businesses continue to plan for reopening as the Government gives more provisional dates for the easing of lockdown.
King’s Church, Uckfield, continues to welcome visitors to its ’online’ services at 10am each Sunday morning on YouTube.
Maresfield engineering student Sam Topping is working with others from his university to supply 3D printed face shields to doctors and hospitals.
Uckfield-based law firm Rix and Kay has launched a Frequently Asked Questions service to help commercial landlords and tenants deal with challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic.
GP practices across Sussex have transformed the way they work to ensure local patients remain safe and get the care they need during the COVID-19 pandemic. New measures have been introduced through the creation of dedicated sites, and areas within some practices, for anyone with COVID-19 symptoms to be seen safely. Sussex NHS Care Commissioners […]
Asparagus has appeared almost two weeks early at South Brockwells Farm which lies just south of Uckfield on the A26.
Plans to turn the former Methodist Chapel in Framfield Road into three flats are before Wealden Council.
Uckfield Youth Club has a new home and will be operating from The Source building next to the Luxford Car Park once social groups are allowed to re-open.
Uckfield has been divided into zones to help the Over 70s and vulnerable who are isolating because of the coronavirus pandemic.
A Napier Sabre IIa engine was centre stage during a talk organised by the Uckfield-based Hawker Typhoon Preservation Group last week.
Closure of the Uckfield-based Sussex Horse Rescue Trust has been announced.
A list of summer courses provided by the Adult College for Rural East Sussex (Acres) is included in a new brochure.
Uckfield Lions have presented a cheque for £500 to air cadets. This was in recognition of hours spent in the wind and rain helping the Lions collect funds with Santa’s sleigh.
Riley’s Miniature Railway at the Lavender Line in Isfield has sent a cheque for nearly £3,000 to the Evelina Children’s Hospital.