LINKS : POLITICS
The district and county councils have websites, as well as the local MP, and other sites can also be a rich source of information about policies and services:
Packed with public service information, DirectGov also points you to the most useful online services from across government: book a driving test, find a job, get advice about childcare, renew your passport and lots more. The main political parties also have their own websites: Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat.
|› Dunmow Neighbourhood Plan|
The Neighbourhood Plan for Great Dunmow contains a set of policies aimed at managing change and growth in the town. It is a positive way in which the local community can shape how the town grows so that the character of and quality of life within Dunmow are maintained or even improved.
|› East of England Local Government Association|
The East of England LGA is a politically-led, cross party organisation which works on behalf of the 52 local councils in the East of England to harness their collective strength to shape and serve their communities and localities.
|› Essex County Council|
The motto of the council is "Making Essex a better place to live and work" and the website promotes their work in many different areas and includes many council services which are available online.
|› Great Dunmow Town Council|
Great Dunmow Parish Council was established by the Local Government Act, 1894. The Council's title was changed to Great Dunmow Town Council in 1990 in recognition of the Council's developing role, the town's increasing significance, population, and municipal history: the office of Chairman of the Council was renamed Town Mayor in 2000 for similar reasons.
|› Saffron Walden Conservatives|
Saffron Walden Conservative Association is a modern forward-looking association of like-minded people from all walks of life, young or old, with a common belief that their country should be run by a Conservative Government.
|› Saffron Walden Liberal Democrats|
Here in the north west of Essex, the Liberal Democrats got more votes than Labour and the Greens at the Council elections, at the European elections and at the last General Election. More and more people are switching to back the Liberal Democrats. They know that we are fighting for real action on jobs, to protect our NHS and for lower taxes.
|› Sir Alan Haselhurst MP|
The purpose of this website is to make it easier for my constituents to understand what their MP does and what he may be able to do for them. It sheds light on the parliamentary system and explains how individual citizens can connect with the House of Commons and their own representative in it.
|› They Work for You|
We are a group of volunteers who think it should be really easy for people to keep tabs on their elected MP and what goes on in Parliament. For all its faults, our democracy is a profound gift from previous generations. Yet most people don't know the name of their MP, nor their constituency, let alone what their MP does or says in their name.
|› Uttlesford District Council|
Uttlesford District Council was formed in 1974 to provide a range of local services for a large area of north west Essex. The Council spends about £25 million each year and deals with matters such as housing, environmental services, refuse collection and leisure facilities.
|› Write to Them|
This site has been built by a group of volunteers who thought that it would be a good thing if it were easier for people to find out the names of their local councillors, MP and MEPs and then contact them directly.
Dunmoweb is not responsible for the content of external websites
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