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From the time of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012, the Jubilee Group has put on a great many popular and successful activities for the community – bonfire night, concerts, heritage days, theatre events, walks, workshops and huge range of other events – and it kept the village in touch with everything that was going on through its well-received newsletter Jubilee News. 

Now in the year of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee the emphasis of the group is evolving and it will be helping to foster a lively community spirit in new ways, through providing grants for local groups.

Small grants from £50 up to higher sums for some projects will be available so that as we emerge from the covid hiatus local organisations will be able to do more to bring life back to the village.

The process is simple and any group or organisation can apply, provided the purpose of the requested grant fits with the Jubilee Groups' aims and objectives as shown at the top of this page.

   Download the Grant Application Form (PDF)


Flood Equipment

The Jubilee Group holds flood equipment which is available to be used in the village.  It consists of water barriers, a pump, traffic cones, broom and other items, housed within a small trailer.  If you need to flood equipment please contact either the Jubilee Group or the Parish Council Emergency Officer.












Grant assistance for Covid-19 community support

Mary Tavy Community Support was set up in the early stages of the Coronavirus crisis and  thanks to a grant from Mary Tavy Jubilee Group and an additional grant from Devon County Council which was obtained by the Jubilee Group, it was able to help many people in the village.  The support included providing expenses for volunteers' travel costs for shopping, medical or vet trips, for telephone costs for befriending, for purchase of protective clothing and sanitizer, and for printing.

The Jubilee Group Trustees are delighted to have been able to provide the funds that Mary Tavy Community Support needed to ensure it could carry out its important assistance to so many local people.