Latest round of tree planting in Saffron Walden at Lime Avenue

The latest step has been taken in R4U’s environmental programme, with almost 500 trees being planted on the new open area at Lime Avenue, off Little Walden Road, Saffron Walden, …read more →

R4U delivers on Uttlesford Climate Change agenda and asks COP26 leaders to do the same

Residents for Uttlesford (R4U) has been working hard delivering its Climate Change agenda at the councils it leads, and expects national and international politicians to play their part at COP26. …read more →

New playground at Saffron Walden Golden Acre opened by R4U-led Saffron Walden Town Council

Residents for Uttlesford (R4U) has announced that the refurbishment of the playground at the Golden Acre Community Centre in Saffron Walden has now been completed and the playground is open …read more →

R4U gains ground at Essex County Council and solidifies other council positions in Uttlesford

At the 6th May 2021 local elections, Residents for Uttlesford (R4U) has gained ground at Essex County Council from the Conservative Party and solidified its positions at Uttlesford District Council …read more →

Agreement reached with developer over new Saffron Walden Lime Avenue football pitches which would see them open during the summer

Residents for Uttlesford (R4U) is delighted that developer Persimmon and R4U-led Saffron Walden Town Council have resolved all issues over the delivery of the Lime Avenue football pitches, which are …read more →

Affinity Water: Residents’ update from meeting about Saffron Walden water softening

R4U’s Cllr Paul Gadd, who is also the leader of Saffron Walden Town Council, provided the following update for residents after the recent public meeting with Affinity Water: R4U councillor …read more →

Affinity Water in breach of legal agreement to soften Saffron Walden water

R4U’s Cllr Paul Gadd, who is the Leader at Saffron Walden Town Council, said “There is a legal agreement in place that requires Affinity Water to soften Saffron Walden water. …read more →

Essex Country Council and other Uttlesford local elections – 6th May 2021

The Essex Country Council elections are on 6th May 2021. Residents for Uttlesford is pleased to be standing a full slate of candidates. There are also 3 by-elections. Find out …read more →

Cllr Katherine Gregory

Katherine is a freelance journalist who has worked for many national and regional titles and is councillor for the Saffron Walden Town Council Little Walden Ward.

 “I’ve loved bringing up a family in this wonderful place. I want to help be a custodian of our area, so that all residents, existing and new, can love where they live too.”
Katherine Gregory

As the daughter of a heritage architect, she is keen to make sure our built environment is protected and enhanced as our area develops. She believes our public spaces have played a critical role during the Covid pandemic, and she would like to help ensure that they continue to be maintained as a facility we can all be proud of.

Katherine has lived locally for 26 years and is a keen supporter of our local arts, libraries and press.

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Katherine is a freelance journalist who has worked for many national and regional titles. She has lived locally for 26 years and is a keen supporter of our local arts, libraries and press.

As the daughter of a heritage architect, she is keen to make sure our built environment is protected and enhanced as our area develops. She believes our public spaces have played a critical role during the Covid pandemic, and she would like to help ensure that they continue to be maintained as a facility we can all be proud of.

Katherine says she has loved bringing her family up in Saffron Walden and so wants to help be a custodian of the area so that families can continue to enjoy it well into the future.

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