At last, the drillers are on site! Friday September 11 saw the first of four bore hole started as the six ton drilling rig sprang into action. The rig, along with its supporting pumps and settling tanks, appeared on site on Thursday but, as it’s a very constricted site, the
The Manitoba Beaver Colony ensured they will be part of the Uckfield heritage when the whole Colony left their individual messages on roof tiles that are due to go back onto Bridge Cottage. “Although we held a very successful Sign a Tile day at Bridge Cottage recently, it was too
Terrific response to the RoofTile signing at Bridge Cottage Uckfield residents turned out in force on the 4th July to take the opportunity to be part of Uckfield’s heritage and leave their mark on one of the actual roof tiles that will be going back onto the roof of Bridge Cottage.
“So, what is happening underneath all that scaffolding at Bridge Cottage?” this was the question posed to Mick Harker, the Chairman of the Bridge Cottage Committee recently. He responded “As you probably know, Bridge Cottage is a very old building, built in 1436 by a very wealthy person at, what
The grey builders hoarding around Bridge Cottage has been given a new look thanks to a range of murals created by the artistic talents of eight local schools. Inspired by Sussex artist, John Piper, to create landscapes to a theme ‘a walk through time’, each of the schools have generated
Eight local schools have been involved in an art project called ‘Walk Through Time’, where they have painted local scenes on panels which will be attached to the hoarding outside Bridge Cottage. Not only will it brighten up the white boards, but those who have taken part will see their work