Uckfield Fire Station based in Bell Farm Road is hub for a variety of activities in addition to its primary role as a base for firefighters and their equipment.
Uckfield will lose its dedicated second fire engine under changes agreed yesterday (September 3) by East Sussex Fire Authority.
“Significant changes” are to be made to proposals to restructure East Sussex Fire Service which caused uproar in Uckfield and around the county.
Uckfield fire station should not suffer cuts to equipment and firefighters.
Town councillors are being urged to oppose fire service cuts which would see Uckfield lose one appliance and a number of full-time firefighters.
East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service is coming under increased pressure over its planned cuts which would see Uckfield lose one appliance and a number of full-time firefighters.
Uckfield Festival may try and stage some events later in the year.
Uckfield Fire Station could lose one of its two fire engines under proposals that have now gone out for consultation.
A budget of £7,500 has been set aside for potential climate change projects in Uckfield in the coming financial year.
A community flower garden at Keld Close, New Town, Uckfield, has been judged the best communal flower garden in the Wealden district.
The funeral of long-serving and much-loved paramedic and fire fighter Bruce Davy is due to take place in Uckfield on Wednesday.
A project to bring Uckfield’s 999 services together on the fire station site has suffered the withdrawal of one potential partner.
People will have the chance to think, talk, and share their funeral wishes at a special event in Uckfield today (Thursday, September 13).
Redevelopment of Uckfield town centre remains a priority in a draft Wealden Local Plan which will be going out for consultation from August 13 to October 8.
There’s been a theme of spending in Uckfield during the past month with businesses investing in refurbishment and new equipment.