CVS Uttlesford

Working for the Community and Voluntary Sector in Uttlesford

Community News

Jaywick Men’s Shed on TV!

Jaywick Men’s Shed featured on Look East, the BBC evening regional news programme which aired Monday 13th January 2020

Active Winter Safe and Social – 21st November 2019 Thaxted

Come and join us for an activity and information afternoon at the Thaxted Church Hall, Margaret Street, CM6 2QN.

Community Builder is available to help older residents in South Uttlesford

We have been funded by The Henry Smith Charity to continue your Community Builder Service in South Uttlesford over the next year

Can you help connect your community with kindness?

On Monday 23 September we will be helping to launch the United in Kind movement to tackle loneliness through kindness and we’d like as many organisations, communities and individuals as possible to get involved with us.

CVSU Quiz Night – Friday 1st November 2019

Our popular quiz night returns after last year’s fun packed evening!   Teams of up to eight people or come on your own and join a team (we can match you up!)

T20 Dementia Cricket Game

Birchanger Cricket Club has always supported its residents and the players who have represented their local village. The cricket match advertised is a celebration of this. Many of the clubs players, friends and families have been affected by dementia and…

Review of Polling Districts and Places 2019

Uttlesford District Council have commenced a review of their electoral polling arrangements. The feedback period runs until 7 October 2019.

Thaxted Safe & Social – a free community event for local people aged over 55

The first CVSU Community Builder “Safe and Social” event will take place in Thaxted on Thursday 22nd August.   It’s a free social event for people aged over 55, with a focus on safety and spending time with our neighbours.

Local Charity Opens Café S4S in Saffron Walden

Support 4 Sight is pleased to announce the opening of Café S4S in George Street, Saffron Walden. The café is open to all to come enjoy a coffee or tea with some cake as well as being a safe place for those with disabilities to come to whilst their friend or family member shop locally and know they are supporting a great charity.