Look out for these exhibitors at the Uckfield Big Day Out

Community organisations and business have come together in an exhibition which forms a backdrop to arena events at the Uckfield Festival Big Day Out.

Luxfield Field is at the heart of the day’s celebrations with activities including displays by Universal Dance, TSM Martial Arts, Debs Dancers and Spirit Elite.

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Harvey’s Brewery Dray Horses are a star attraction at Uckfield’s Big Day Out at the Luxford Field.

Crossfit, The Sussex String Band, and inChoir are also taking part and there are two chances – at noon and 2.30pm – to see Culinary Duel, described as a cook-off like no other, including physical humour, high energy dance, acrobatics and innovative audience participation.

At 2pm the children’s procession is due to arrive on the field having made its way from Uckfield Community Technology College down into town and back up the hill again and along Library Way.

Here are some pictures from the day so far. (Video, pictures and story about the children’s procession now available here: Children dazzle in Uckfield Festival parade)


Alison Scutt mans the Home Instead Senior Care stand at the Big Day Out.


Representatives of ACRES – the Adult College for Rural East Sussex. Their course guide for 2017-2018 is available now.


Emma Harris from the Baldwins Travel Group with her daughter Lucy at the Big Day Out in Uckfield.


A team from the Uckfield Bonfire and Carnival Society.


Flexing their muscles – a team from Crossfit who will be putting on a display in the arena at the Luxford Field at 3.40pm.


Manning the Uckfield Festival stand is Bob De’Ath.


Representing the East Sussex National at the Big Day Out are Elleah Fenner, Matthew Goodwin and Tracey Conblenz.


Pouring tea are members of the Kings Church.


Supporters of Uckfield nature reserves.


Uckfield Phab Club is asking people to guess the number of balloons in a car loaned by SLM Toyota.


Members of the Royal British Legion.


Frank Phillips mans the Uckfield Lions stand at the Big Day Out.


Uckfield Volunteer Centre is represented at the Big Day Out.


Chrissy Noble at the Usborne book stand.


There was a chance to sample Medieval punishments at Bridge Cottage today (July 9).

In the courtyard was a pillory and stocks, with an opportunity to throw wet sponges at the miscreants.

Pillory at Bridge Cottage, Uckfield

Pillory at Bridge Cottage, Uckfield

Stocks at Bridge Cottage, Uckfield

Stocks at Bridge Cottage, Uckfield

See also:

Timings for Uckfield Festival Big Day parade

Observer – Take your time on ever busier roads

Restoration of Bridge Cottage highly commended in heritage awards

Find local businesses in our Uckfield Directory

How to advertise on UckfieldNews.com


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