The Parish Council hosted a public meeting to discuss speeding on the A386 through Mary Tavy and possible speed reduction methods. Please click on the link to access the report of the meeting.
New item for the website, ‘Where is this?’.
Travelling around Mary Tavy there are hundreds of places you may have never seen. So as an insight into the area, pictures will be put on to the website and you have to guess where it is.
The answer will be shared when the next picture gets posted.
Where is this Picture taken below? Yes it’s river but where?
The Picture below is on Kingsett Down, you can just see Wheal Betsy behind the rock.
Where is this picture taken below?
Answer… Inside the Chimney stack of Wheal Betsy
So where is the picture below taken? It’s Horndon Clam. That’s the shortcut from Horndon to Peter Tavy.
Once you could drive a tractor down the track, but no more.
The Place above is Horndon Clam. This place is very special and only the brave gets to go down to the river.
Where is this?
Please find attached Mary Tavy Parish Council Code of Conduct 2019
Please find attached the new bus timetable.
Please find attached Mary Tavy Financial Regulations
My final report is attached, which includes projects from the last four years. Just click and read you’ll be really surprised what has been accomplished. We’ve under spent by 8% on our 2018/19 approved Budget. That is with the Allotment fence all paid for!
Cllr. John Hill
Mary Tavy Parish Council
Mary Tavy Parish Council were recently awarded a grant of £1,249 from the Town & Parishes fund. The money has now been used to purchase a Public Access Defibrillator for the village. Located on the outside wall of Mary Tavy PO &Stores the device is available to anyone who has need of it.Mary Tavy Parish Council would like to thank West Devon Borough Council for awarding the grant. Greater thanks go to Martin and Tracey Bradford, owners of Mary Tavy PO & Stores for agreeing to locating the device on their wall. Please take the time to have a look next time you’re passing.
William Crossing (1847–1928) was a writer and chronicler of Dartmoor and the lives of its inhabitants. He lived part of his life here in Mary Tavy and was buried here at St. Mary’s Church in the village.
He’s considered to be one of the best authorities on Dartmoor and its antiquities, having made it the subject of his life’s work.
Of his 18 books, his most famous work was the book ‘Hundred years on Dartmoor’, a book you won’t want to put down! You’ll be amazed at how people lived on and around this fantastic landscape.
‘William Crossing’s’ Grave is located at the Church of St. Mary’s. Go to the top of the church yard, when you get there turn left, walk along the row for about 40 to 50 meters you should be there.
MARY TAVY PARISH COUNCIL
NOTICE OF VACANCY
Two vacancies have occurred on Mary Tavy Parish Council caused by the resignation of Michael Allen and Martin Robins.
A by-election to fill the vacancy will be held if within 14 days of the date of this Notice (excluding Saturdays, Sundays, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and Bank Holidays) ten electors from the Parish give notice in writing to the Returning Officer requiring that such an election be held.
The address of the Returning Officer is West Devon Borough Council, Kilworthy Park, Drake Road, Tavistock, Devon, PL19 0BZ.
If no such notice is given, the Parish Council will fill the vacancy through co-option.
For further information please contact the Clerk to the Parish Council
Dated: 9 May 2014
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