June 2022 news archive
Celebrations for museum volunteers at tea party
A celebration tea party has been held for the volunteers of Saffron Walden Museum.
The Lost Language of Nature: the stories science doesn't tell
A new exhibition opening at Saffron Walden Museum next month will take visitors on a journey to discover some of the lost language of nature through the museum's historic taxidermy bird collection.
UDC invites organisations to submit proposals for Shared Prosperity Fund money
Organisations across Uttlesford are being invited to apply for government funding for projects and activities that seek to reduce inequalities between local communities in the district.
Have your say on council tax support scheme
Uttlesford residents are being invited to have their say on how much support the council should give to people who might struggle to pay their Council Tax bill.
Local Plan timetable amended as new option emerges
Uttlesford District Council is making an amendment to the Local Plan timetable. An additional option has emerged and the council requires more time to evaluate this so it can be considered in the plan context along with others.
UDC raises flag in support of the Armed Forces
Uttlesford District Council has shown its support for the British Armed Forces by hoisting a flag at the offices in Saffron Walden.
Discover Uttlesford announces the winner of the 2022 photography postcard competition
Uttlesford District Council and the Discover Uttlesford team have announced the winner of the Discover Uttlesford photography postcard competition
Council marks Clean Air Day 2022
Uttlesford District Council's Environmental Health team were pleased to work in partnership with Saffron Walden Town Council on a pop-up information stall in the market today (14 June).
Uttlesford pupils learn life skills at Crucial Crew event
Hundreds of children from across Uttlesford learned more about the importance of recognising the early warning signs of exploitation and the harm it can bring, as part of a long-running educational initiative.
New working arrangements at London Road
Uttlesford District Council is this week starting to welcome more desk-based staff back to its offices under new flexible working arrangements following the Covid-19 pandemic.