If you are interested in the Uckfield business scene then this UckfieldNews.com feature will help keep you up to date.
We have brought together some of the stories we have carried on the website over the past month and it’s good to see there’s plenty going on.
Specsavers team to join Wear A Hat Day fun
Uckfield Specsavers is joining stores nationwide to officially sponsor the charity for the first time and help raise awareness that routine eye tests can detect signs of brain tumours.
Badrinath Mohandas, store director in Uckfield, says: ‘Many people are unaware that eye tests are not only critical for your eyes, but your wider health too. A routine test allows opticians to detect serious issues that can be both sight, and, in some cases, life threatening – including brain tumours.”
Funds raised on Wear A Hat Day will be used to build a network of experts in world-class, sustainable brain tumour research in Centres of Excellence across the UK.
To get involved or donate, please visit www.wearahatday.org or text HAT to 70660 to donate £5.
• Did you know Uckfield Specsavers offers free home visits? Read more here.
Amira’s Kitchen now offers High Chai and street food
High Chai includes savouries of Tandoori Chicken and Chutney Roll, Vegetable Samosa, Paneer Kathi Roll and Sheek Kebab Roll. There are plain scones, clotted cream, mango, lime and chilli jam, and blackberry and kaffir lime jam too.
And there are a selection of sweet treats along with mango lassi. Drinks can include tea, coffee or Prosecco.
Check out the street food menu in a previous Uckfield News story here.
Uckfield Yoga encourages meditation, relaxation and strength building
A variety of yoga classes are held on different days and times at Uckfield Yoga in High Street.
Three new teachers have joined Grace Annand and welcome newcomers. Read more here: Three more teachers start classes at Uckfield Yoga studio.
Jobs and training available for 25 new care givers
Have you ever considered a job in care? Home Instead, which provides non-medical care and companionship for older people in Uckfield and Lewes, is recruiting and says it can be a “wonderfully rewarding career” for compassionate people.
Read more here: Home Instead hopes to fill 25 new jobs in Uckfield and Lewes area.
New estate agents delighted with recommendations
Estate agents Nick Gulliver and Owen Badman who recently recruited Chris Lane to join them at Peter Oliver are delighted with recommendations they have received six months after opening in Uckfield.
Nick said: “We have had some very nice recommendations from people who have used us, and that is lovely, amazing.”
Read more here: New estate agent joins the team at Peter Oliver.