Council For Voluntary Service Uttlesford (CVSU)- 25 years of advising, supporting and developing the voluntary and community sector in Uttlesford.

    ww1 4th August 2014 : Today marks the 100th anniversary of the start of Britain's involvement in World War One. 17 million soldiers and civilians were killed between 1914 and 1918. Staff at CVSU will be turning off their lights and lighting a single candle between 10pm and 11pm, in remembrance.     Jacqueline and Kirsty                                                                                               Building Work begins at the Old Police Station  builder Those of you who have passed our building in Great Dunmow will be aware that building work is now well under way. Scaffolding has been erected around the whole building and the roof is now being replaced and repaired. When the roof is finished and while the scaffolding is still in place, we will have the windows repaired and painted. The old boiler room at the back of the building has now been cleared out and the brickwork is being repaired in preparation for it being converted into further office space. Inside the building, the large room on the ground floor is in the process of being converted into what will be, the main reception area of the Well Being Hub. Obviously there is some disruption to the organisations who are based here, but all staff and visitors have been very understanding and everyone is looking forward to working in a lovely new environment. It is hoped that building work will be completed by the end of July. We will keep you posted.
Ageing Well Event The Old Police Station Mari Hinton, Uttlesford Carers and Di Tubby, CVSU Volunteer Chris Noakes a CVSU volunteer, using new laptop funded via Essex Community Foundation Janice Yates our new Business Administrator UVCC Meeting Room, Great Dunmow  - available to book by voluntary and community groups in Uttlesford Ageing Well Event Di Tubby a valued CVSU volunteer for many years Reception area of Uttlesford Voluntary & Community Centre The Uttlesford Voluntary and Community Centre
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