CVS Uttlesford

Working for the Community and Voluntary Sector in Uttlesford

To receive or offer help in the community during the current COVID-19 outbreak call us on 03333 408218

Temporary change to our office telephone number

To contact the CVSU team please call us on 01371 404474 while the telephone company work to reinstate our main office number

Message of thanks from our Patron Kemi Badenoch MP

I would like to thank each and every volunteer across Uttlesford and Chelmsford for your kindness and dedication in the last few months. Whether you help set up a neighbourhood group in Great Chesterford or you picked up medication from the pharmacy for those shielding in Writtle, without your help, we certainly would not be in the position we are now.

Digital Leaders Virtual Summit 2020

Clive was invited to speak about our innovative work delivering our Living Smart Homes programme and the provision of Digital Assisted Care across West Essex over the past 18 months.

Plans to change guidance for those shielding

From Monday 6 July, shielding guidance for millions of clinically extremely vulnerable people in England will change

Join our free Virtual Spa Session on 9th July 2020 at 3.30pm

This online event will involve a 45 minute session with a ‘Time to Relax’ experience involving relaxation techniques and breathing techniques. The group will then do a cleanse, mask, tone and aromatherapy moisturiser facial, using complimentary products, with zero pressure to buy.

Impact of COVID-19 on the Community and Voluntary Sector

CVS Uttlesford, the infrastructure and support charity created to help voluntary and community groups in Uttlesford is conducting a survey on the impact of COVID-19 on charities and voluntary groups in our district

Carers Week – 8-14 June – Making Caring Visible

Caring can be rewarding, but also challenging, and many carers are currently dealing with more challenges than ever before.  It is important that carers know how to look after their own health and wellbeing, and that we all recognise the contribution that carers make

Digital Learners and Living Smart Homes evaluation published

The fifteen month innovation project – Digital Learners and Living Smart Homes – funded by DCMS and delivered across West Essex by CVS Uttlesford, Rainbow Services and Voluntary Action Epping Forest has been formally analysed by Prof. Steve Broome and his team, and the report is now available to read.

Volunteers Week 2020

June 1st to 7th is annual “Volunteers Week”, when we take time to celebrate everyone who gives their time to make life better.