June 2020 News Archive

The last few months have been tough for all of us and it has taken its toll, impacting on people's mental health and on our local businesses which have been hit financially
Some new interim, signed 20mph speed limits on roads in busy shopping areas of Saffron Walden are being put in place starting from Friday 26 June on main routes around the town centre, including High Street and George Street/Hill Street. These will be in addition to road closures implemented by the Town Council on the 15 June.
Uttlesford District Council has raised its Armed Forces flag to show its support ahead of national Armed Forces Day, which is on 27 June.
Too good to be true - then it probably is.
Non-essential shops started to re-open from Monday, and I was delighted to see Saffron Walden featured on both the regional and national news.
We would like to thank our volunteer ambassadors who have been on hand to help and provide information to shoppers in Great Dunmow this week.
High streets get ready to re-open from 15 June.
The Essex + Herts Digital Innovation Zone (DIZ), a cross-border, cross-sector partnership to promote digital services and delivery across west Essex and eastern Hertfordshire, has been selected as one of the country's top 100 Digital Leaders.
Cllr Louise Pepper, Uttlesford District Council's Portfolio Holder with responsibility for Equalities, has issued the following statement in support of Black Lives Matter.