Welcome

Welcome to the new Brighter Uckfield web site!

Brighter Uckfield is a growing band of volunteers dedicated to improving the look and feel of our town – we keep it clean and litter free, clear ignored patches of land, paint neglected buildings, plant bulbs and flower displays, and generally give it some TLC.

The volunteers of Brighter Uckfield try to make our area a more pleasant place to live, work and visit. If you support our efforts, please visit our Facebook page so that you can keep up to date with our projects, and so we know you care! And PLEASE contact us if you know of areas that need attention, have any ideas to make our town even more green and pleasant, or want to join the team!

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3 weeks ago

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Yesterday (Sunday) a small group of volunteers cleared the pavement through the cutting along the Eastbourne Road. A combination of mud, rotting leaves, and new leaf-fall had made the pavement narrow and particularly awkward to use for pedestrians with buggies. This is a dangerous location with speeding vehicles in a cutting and the pavement on just one side of the road. The engine noise alone is intimidating and frightening as it bounces off the steep banks on either side of the cutting. But the County Council refuse to reduce the speed limit from 40mph to 30mph. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Brighter Uckfield

A local restaurant related fly tip, the second in a few weeks. ... See MoreSee Less

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Call out for volunteers for the big post Carnival clean up on Sunday 8th September. The team will meet at 8 am outside Hartfields in the High Street and expect to be around the area for a couple of hours if you can't make the early start.

Great to see @brightuckfield, one of our station partners, putting their new 10ft long litter picker to good use @sussexcrp #keepingbritaintidy #transformingcommunities

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Facebook Posts

3 weeks ago

Brighter Uckfield

Yesterday (Sunday) a small group of volunteers cleared the pavement through the cutting along the Eastbourne Road. A combination of mud, rotting leaves, and new leaf-fall had made the pavement narrow and particularly awkward to use for pedestrians with buggies. This is a dangerous location with speeding vehicles in a cutting and the pavement on just one side of the road. The engine noise alone is intimidating and frightening as it bounces off the steep banks on either side of the cutting. But the County Council refuse to reduce the speed limit from 40mph to 30mph. ... See MoreSee Less

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Call out for volunteers for the big post Carnival clean up on Sunday 8th September. The team will meet at 8 am outside Hartfields in the High Street and expect to be around the area for a couple of hours if you can't make the early start.

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Join Us and Help

Brighter Uckfield now meet on Sundays at 9am in the Waitrose car park.