Aythorpe Roding, an Essex village and one the Rodings (Roothings)of Essex.

Located 15 km (9 miles) Northwest from the county town of Chelmsford, it is in the district of Uttlesford and parliamentary constituency of Saffron Walden



Uttlesford Frontline is open to the public!


We are delighted to let you know that Uttlesford Frontline, a local community initiative initially targeted at health professionals, has proved to be so successfulthat it has been funded by West Essex Clinical Commissioning Group and Essex County Council to enable the public to benefit from the service.

 For people who are worried about a friend or family member, or need help themselves, it’s important to be able to find out what support is available locally – however unless they know a service exists it can be difficult to know where to start looking. 

By visiting www.uttlesfordfrontline.org.uk and searching under a particular section, such as older people, families or mental health, a user can easily find out which organisations are offering relevant services within the local area and even request a call back from many of the services.  
The system also allows people to comment on a service or chat with someone if they can’t find what they need. 

Feedback from users has been overwhelmingly positive and we are asking for your help to increase public awareness of the new system.  
Please help us by making sure that members of your local community know about this new resource. If you would like copies of our promotional literature, please ask. 

For more information on Uttlesford Frontline, please call; 

Kirsty at Uttlesford Council of Voluntary Services on 01371 878400

Kate at Uttlesford Citizens Advice on 01799 526557.




25 November 2015

Changes to bin collection times

Uttlesford District Council is advising residents that they may see a change in the collection times of their bins from next week. However, their collection day will remain unchanged.

The council is moving its transfer station activity to a new, purpose-built facility in Great Dunmow from Tuesday, 1 December – this is where bin crews take recycling, food waste and black bin waste before it is sent on for re-processing.

As a result of the move, rounds are likely to be altered. This means some residents will have their bins emptied earlier in the day than they do at present, and some residents will find their bins emptied later in the day.

All residents are reminded that bins must be left at the boundary of their property by no later than 7am on the day of collection. Failure to do so could result in their bins being missed.

This does not impact on the green waste subscription service.



For more details on this media release please contact the Communications Team on 01799 510442 or media@uttlesford.gov.uk

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Please note the due to a high rise in charges Aythorpe Roding no longer participates in the UDC Green Garden Waste Skip Scheme 



 A Domestic Oil Syndicate in the Rodings & Easters has been set up  
 Please see Local Groups section for more details  




  • It is hoped to set up a photo album of Aythorpe Roding on this website - Do you have any photographs concerning Aythorpe Roding (past and present or at different times of the year) that you are willing to have published on this website.   Please contact the clerk if you are able to help.







Contact Information

Walnut Tree Cottage
Dunmow Road
Leaden Roding