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Keep up to date with the news that matters to you

Almost 5,500 people have signed up to Uttlesford District Council's Keep me posted service since its launch a year ago.

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Almost 5,500 people have signed up to Uttlesford District Council's Keep me posted service since its launch a year ago.

The news and information service allows people to sign up for free e-newsletters on topics of interest to them. There are many different topics to choose from, including waste and recycling, planning, business matters, health and wellbeing, and community events.

The service is also useful for news alerts such as extreme weather events and bin collection notifications. Only recently, thousands of residents received regular updates on their bin collections during a period of disruption caused by the bad weather.

Cllr Howard Rolfe, Leader of the Council, said: "Keep me posted gives greater choice, and is an effective way for residents and businesses to stay up to date on the Council news and information that matters to them.

"I am pleased the service is proving popular and would encourage anyone who would like to find out more to visit the website and to register for it."

To receive your news, visit www.uttlesford.gov.uk/keepmeposted - then simply submit your email address and choose the e-newsletters that you would like to receive.

You can also keep up to date, as well as give us your comments, pictures and feedback, by following the Council on Facebook and Twitter.

15 January 2018