A great place to get out and explore all that the countryside has to offer. A busy little town with many shops, restaurants, its own vintage cinema and a monthly farmers’ market held on the first Saturday of the month at Civic Centre car park. Uckfield also has a famous bonfire and carnival society. Uckfield's Leisure Centre houses a 25m pool with a sloping beach and a flume, perfect for family fun. Visit Hempstead Meadow, an important wetland habitat, which can been seen as the train approaches the Station. The site supports all number of birds, snakes, flora and fauna. Why not catch a bus and visit the Ashdown Forest Llama Park at Wych Cross, home to Llamas, Alpacas, a herd of Reindeer, knitwear shop and a dedicated museum?
Uckfield is a Community Rail Station
There are amazing views, open heathland, wooded areas, streams to cross, wildlife to spot, walking trails and a cycle route with many pubs, restaurants and tearooms around the Forest to take a break and revive yourself. Or why not take a longer break and stay at one of the many B&B's, campsites or self catering units?
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.
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Explore the Uckfield & East Grinstead Lines