Local Information

Elmdon Village Events Calendar


Local Telephone Numbers

USEFUL TELEPHONE NUMBERS


Sir Alan Haselhurst MP 020 7219 5214

Elmdon Village Hall

Bookings – Pat Ingham 01763 838566

Duddenhoe End Village Hall

Bookings – Susanne Reich 01763 838937

Rector, Rev. Andy Colebrooke 838703

Police –Non-emergency no. 101

              Emergency……………………………………………….999

              Website……………………………www.essex.police.co.uk             

Wenden Lofts District

  Councillor – Robert Chambers 01763 838754

Gazette

  Editor – Jane Holford 01763 838286

Train Information 0845 748 4950

Used Stamps for Kidney Patients

  Rosa Bates 01763 838417

British Telecom

  Faults, Residential 0800 800 151

  Faults, Business 0800 800 154

  General Enquiries 0800 800 800

  Directory Enquiries 118 500

Stagecoach Cambus 01223 423578

National Express 08705 808080

Premier Travel 01223 500007

Elmdon DCC – Robert Smith 01763 838497

Duddenhoe End DCC – Kate Chambers 01763 838754

Citizen’s Advice Bureau 01799 618840

Electricity – 24 Hour Emergency 0800 783 8838

Addenbrookes Hospital 01223 245151

Addenbrookes A & E 01223 217118

Parish Council

  Chairman – Penelope Gaine     01763 838581

  Clerk – Carol Fiske 01462 742679

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Samaritans 08457 909090

Water 0845 7823333

Drainage 0845 7145145

Milkman 0800 146071

01279 777591

Newspaper Delivery 01223 834591          


Uttlesford District Council - Recycling Matters

Local Transport

Local Transport

Bus Services are operated by Viceroy of Saffron Walden and Richmonds Coaches of Barley. Services are limited but information about buses to Saffron Walden and Cambridge can be found from the respective websites.

Local DaRT bus services. More information can be found on the DaRT website at www.essex.gov.uk/dart (opens in a new window or tab)

Viceroy of Essex (opens in a new window or tab) 

Richmonds Coaches (opens in a new window or tab)

National Rail Enquiries (opens in a new window or tab)

I have discovered that the easiest way to find out how to get from A to B, particularly by public transport, is to use Google Maps. I was asked by someone in the village how to get from Elmdon to Cambridge by bus early in the morning. Our bus services are vague and unpredictable and the timetables above don't help. However, by using Google Maps with the start and end locations and clicking the Public Transport icon, you will see all available options with bus numbers and times. To refine your search, enter the listed bus number into Google with your location and you will see the full timetable. Simple really - and saves lots of telephone calls which may achieve nothing. Try it!