Welcome to Uckfield & District Preservation Society - we run both Bridge Cottage Heritage Centre and Nutley Windmill
Uckfield & District Preservation Society look after Bridge Cottage in Uckfield High Street and Nutley Windmill, Crowborough Road, Nutley, East Sussex.
Bridge Cottage Heritage Centre is a medieval Wealden Hall House built in 1436. Today the building plays host to a variety of local history and community events, and is also available for private hire. Explore the website to find out more about both our sites!
Bridge Cottage Heritage Centre hosts various exhibitions here throughout the year. Our last exhibition 'Women of Wealden Suffrage' explored and celebrated inspiring women over the last 100 years since gaining the right to vote.More about our exhibitions
Bridge Cottage Heritage Centre holds the archive of the Uckfield and District Preservation Society. We have mainly 19th and 20th century documents and photographs relating to Uckfield and the surrounding area, as well as a small collection of objects and a small reference library containing books of local interest and some periodicals. Anyone can visit the archive and there is no charge.Find out more
All of the rooms at Bridge Cottage can be booked for meetings or other events. Call us on 01825 760734 and leave a message, or…
Bridge Cottage is an unusual and atmospheric venue for music concerts and other events. Check this page for details of upcoming events. If you are…
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Uckfield South of the River Exhibition 5th – 12th October Since we announced that we were holding this exhibition, we have discovered a lot of
Bridge Cottage Upcoming Events
25 Jan, 20Upcoming
25th January - 1st February (closed Sunday 26th January) 10am-3pm A Free Exhibition which explores the community that grew around Framfield Road and New Town…26 Jan, 20Upcoming
Uckfield, South of the River Exhibition closed today.27 Jan, 20Upcoming
25th January – 1st February (closed Sunday 26th January) 10am-3pm A Free Exhibition which explores the community that grew around Framfield Road and New Town…06 Feb, 20Upcoming
by Ray Sparks The talk covers the first sighting of Punch and Judy by Samuel Pepys in Covent Garden in 1662 to its continued popularity…
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