A new Parish Councillor for Takeley!

We are delighted to announce that one of key campaigners in the R4U team, Natalie Sullivan-Smith is now a Parish Councillor for Takeley. Natalie joined the team earlier in the …read more →

Saffron Walden Town Hall Task Force meet for the first time

FIRST MEETING OF SAFFRON WALDEN TOWN HALL WORKING PARTY The first meeting of this group took place recently. Those present were Malcolm White (interim town clerk), Terry Frostick, and Cllrs …read more →

The campaign for essential infrastructure continues…

This is Whiteditch Lane in Newport. Here this morning there was a horse, a car, myself and the dog. (Picture is from 2013, wasn’t quick enough today, you’ll need to …read more →

Goodbye and hello – we’re still here with you!

We walked up and down Audley Ward for weeks during the election campaign. We had hundreds of conversations with you on the doorstep. We were in the market square; in …read more →

Election may be over, but campaigning for residents continues…

I’d like to thank everyone in Clavering Ward who voted for me and, for those that didn’t, their time if we met and had a discussion. I have to say …read more →

As the dust settles…

The 7th of May was a day charged with political drama in Great Britain and in Uttlesford. As the dust settles we find the national Government in the hands of …read more →

Not slowing down with resident’s engagement…

Belinda and Patrick would like to thank everyone who helped and supported their election campaign, took the time to engage with them in discussion, and most of all voted for …read more →

A big thanks to the Newport R4U Team!

While leafleting and canvassing… Newport has about 950 houses and big thanks to our team who have so far leafleted every house 3 times. The ward includes Widdington and Quendon …read more →

Let us residents plan to succeed!

“If you fail to plan – you plan to fail”. – Benjamin Franklin As we all know the UDCs local plan was rejected last year and we are literally back …read more →

How residents play an active part in shaping their futures…

Don’t shoot the messenger …..Please! With just days to go before the national and local elections the Uttlesford streets seem to be teeming with smiling canvassers of all political hues …read more →