A look at a map inside one of the self-guided walk leaflets produced by Uckfield and District Preservation Society.

Explore nooks and crannies of Uckfield with these walks

A series of self-guided walks have been produced to help people explore historic Uckfield and its nooks and crannies.

They have been published by Uckfield & District Preservation Society, which owns Bridge Cottage Heritage Centre, with the help of a grant from Tesco Bags of Help.

There are seven walks and they can be bought in a set for £5, or individually for £1, from Bridge Cottage, or the preservation society charity shop in High Street.


Photographs and information is included with maps inside the self-guided walk leaflets.

The seven walks are:

  • Ways to Worship
  • Streatfeild Stroll
  • New Town Explorer
  • Hempstead Hike
  • Around Ridgewood
  • Alleyways, Tiwttens, and Mysteries,
  • One for the Road 

The routes are based on local history walks led in the past by Brian Philips, and a collection compiled by Mick and Dawn Harker.

Some are themed, perhaps taking in places of worship or pubs and breweries, while others explore the nooks and crannies of areas such as New Town, and Ridgewood.

Each leaflet includes a map and identifies places of interest. The routes range from two to three-and-a-half miles in length.


All seven of the self-guided walks produced by Uckfield and District Preservation Society. There’s a free Uckfield Heritage Trail leaflet available too.

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