CVS Uttlesford

Working for the Community and Voluntary Sector in Uttlesford

Community News

Is your charity confident with digital?

Healthwatch Essex are conducting a survey to understand the voluntary sectors use of digital Healthwatch Essex are conducting a survey on behalf of RETHINK Partners and the Digital Boomers programme to further understand the voluntary sectors use of digital. By…

Free winter warmer packs to keep you warm and well

Funding from Essex County Council has enabled us to provide 100 winter warmth packs for the elderly, disadvantaged and vulnerable residents of Uttlesford Each pack contains: A hot water bottle Socks Fingerless gloves Insulated mug Blanket Thanks to the funding,…

New Winter Warmth Handy Person Service

CVS Uttlesford are piloting a Handy Person service that will support Uttlesford residents who are struggling to keep their homes warm

Working Together: CVS Uttlesford and ECFRS

24th to 29th September is Saffron Walden #SafeWellSecure week and CVS Uttlesford will be working alongside Essex County Fire and Rescue Service to deliver a programme of community outreach, asset mapping and workshops and activities The week of community-based activities…

Dunmow Flitch Friendship Club – Notice of AGM

The annual general meeting of the Dunmow Flitch Friendship Club will be held on Thursday 4th October 2018 starting at 6.00 p.m.  The venue will be Rowena Davey Centre, Chequers Lane, Dunmow, Essex.  CM6 1EQ. Members will be invited to…

Working with Dunmow Flitch Friendship Club

Earlier this year we met the Chair of Dunmow Friendship Club, Helen Manley who told us about the social club and the help it needed

Uttlesford Rural Information Day

Meet our Community Builder Aga Korfel and find out more about rural engagement at this free event on 31st August 2018 A whole host of statutory and voluntary services are coming together on Friday 31st August 2018 at  Hatfield Heath…

Volunteers Needed – Get Diggin’ It Needs You!

Join the food revolution and grow your own veg, even without your own land The ethos of Get diggin’ It is to mobilise people to come together in community to grow food -together –  in other people’s unused or abandoned…

Recognising our Community Heroes

Uttlesford District Council is keen to celebrate the good work that the district’s army of volunteers does, which is why the council is delighted to announce that it will once again be holding its Community Achievement Awards Held every two…