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Tavistock Rotary 

They are a friendly club consisting of both members and volunteers. The main aim of the club is to have fun whilst raising several thousand pounds each year through various fundraising activities for both local and International charities. We also organise and run many youth activities for local schools including photography competition, art exhibition and youth debates.


Our other activities include providing a Christmas Day Lunch and Party for local residents and Music Mends Minds. We also have time for many social and sporting events.


If you would like to find out more information then please email:

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Tavistock Round Table 661 

They are a collective of local young men based in and around Tavistock. They are passionate about having fun and raising money for charity as part of a national non-profit association, with over 30,000 members worldwide providing friendship, help for communities and incredible experiences for all. If you’re interested in joining please visit

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Tavistock Area Support Services

TASS is a registered charity working in Tavistock and surrounding areas and is dedicated to improving the lives of older people and those living with disabilities. We offer support, advice and a wide range of opportunities to help people make their own choices and decisions on how they want to live their lives. If you are looking to volunteer or need that little extra bit of help please do visit or call at TASS any time Monday to Friday between 9:00 and 4:00, or visit our website: or ring 01822 616958.

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Tavistock Area Support Services

The Lions Club of Tavistock was formed in 1976 and currently has 43 members, both men and women, ranging in age from 25 to over 80! The motto of every Lions Club in the world is “We Serve” and our Club is proud to do just that in the local community by organising fund raising events such as Carnival, the Fireworks Display and the Trees of Light which decorate the front of the Town Hall every Christmas with all the money raised  being distributed to local good causes and charities. The Club collects used spectacles through Boots Opticians and the Library for distribution to third world countries and also helps out other local organisations by providing manpower for stewarding, car parking duties and also traffic management for events such as the annual Remembrance Day parade.

Further details can be found at, on its Facebook page or by calling 0345 8334807

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