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Peter Tavy Pop-Up Shop Delivery Schedule
To enable us to manage this service efficiently we will be making two village wide deliveries each week on Tuesday and Saturday. The order deadline for each delivery will be:
- Meat from Howell’s Butchers – order to be placed with us by 7.30pm on Sunday
- Fruit, vegetables, tinned & dry goods – order to be placed with us by 7.30pm on Monday
- Meat from Howell’s Butchers – order to be placed with us by 7.30pm on Thursday
- Fruit, vegetables, tinned & dry goods – order to be placed with us by 7.30pm on Friday
When ordering fruit and vegetables please do not limit yourselves to the original list (below). We are using the company that supplies us at the pub with all of our fruit and veg and a lot of our tinned & dry goods. They have a large range of products, just let us know what you want and we will try and get it for you.
If you wish to have any of the items on the list please either email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on 810348 between 6pm and 7.30pm, and we will deliver to you. Payment can be by cash or by card over the phone. Our veg supplier can deliver every day except Sunday, however we will only ask them to make a delivery when the order exceeds £100 in total.
We have limited items in stock at present. If there is something you want that is not on the list, let us know and we can order it next time. They can also supply some tinned and dry goods, see the full list>
All prices are at cost!
– From Chris & Jo at the Peter Tavy Inn
Peter Tavy Pop-up Veg Shop
This is just a basic list – our suppliers’ range is wider – let us know what you want and we’ll try to get it for you.
- Cauliflower each – £1.35
- Cabbage each -£1.00
- Head of Broccolli each – £1.06
- Courgettes (about 200g) each -£0.94
- Sweet Potato per kg – £2.60
- Carrots per kg – £0.95
- Potatoes per kg -£0.46
- White Onions per kg – £0.55
- Green Pepper each – £0.95
- Red Pepper each – £1.25
- Yellow Pepper each -£ 0.85
- Butternut Squash each – £1.90
- Iceberg lettuce each – £1.60
- Cucumber each -£0.75
- Tomatoes each – £0.24
- Bananas each – £0.21
- Oranges each – £0.50
- Tangerines each – £0.31
- Royal Gala Apples each – £0.22
- Conference Pears each – £ 0.28
- Red Grapes 500g punnet – £2.00
- Green Grapes 500g punnet – £2.80
- Cheddar Cheese per 100g – £0.48
- French Brie per 100g – £0.55
- Butter 250g pack – £1.50
Phone us on 810348 between 6pm and 7.30pm to order
or email us on email@example.com at any time
Pasta / Tinned Goods also available to order through us – download the full list for details>
(Remember – this is just a basic list – our suppliers’ range is wider – let us know what you want and we’ll try to get it for you.)
Message from Cllr Judy Pearce and Cllr Neil Jory
South Hams District Council and West Devon Borough Council have, along with every other Council in the country, has been tasked with supporting the National Plan to protect the NHS and prevent unnecessary deaths.
You may have heard the Prime Minister advising that the NHS has identified 1.5M extremely vulnerable individuals with specific medical conditions who are most at risk from the Covid-19 virus. Letters advising those individuals will be sent out this week advising them to stay at home for 12 weeks.
Please note that these letters of instruction will be sent to a person’s registered home address. Individuals should, therefore, be aware if they are isolating in, or visiting their second home you may not qualify to receive help locally.
There may be others within our communities who are similarly vulnerable: over 70s; expectant mothers and people with underlying medical conditions that make them susceptible. Those individuals may also choose, and would be well advised, to self-isolate during this period.
Many of these people will have little or no direct support. It will be our job, working with all of our communities, to protect these people and shield them from the virus and the effects of the current emergency.
This will impact every town and parish nationwide, from Downing Street to Our Street. Together with helping to support businesses and responding to hardship cases, this task is going to be our absolute priority and we have been asked by the Government to do what it takes to complete our mission.
In order to respond we have spent much of the last few weeks planning for this escalating situation; we have reorganised our structure, working closely with the Devon and Cornwall Local Resilience Forum – who will oversee this effort – and Devon County Council to focus our resources to take on the job. We now have the right people in the right places so we can react quickly and provide the extremely vulnerable with the support they need, shield them from the virus and protect the NHS. Government has promised us that if we lead the way the resources will follow.
We have created a Community Response Team, who are already talking to Town and Parish Councils. Our work to help, support and protect the most vulnerable people will develop over the coming week, as we work with our partners, including local voluntary groups.
If you are in need – or know someone who is – you can register that need at the email address below or by calling 01822 813600 or 01803 861234 providing the relevant name, contact number and address where possible. Local voluntary groups can register by contacting the Council at the same email address CommunityCoordination.Covid19@swdevon.gov.uk
Follow the Government’s advice, follow us on social media, stay in touch with your community and we will get more information out to you as soon as we have it.
Volunteers are offering help with local food provision, shopping, children’s education, dog walking, grass-cutting,health and wellbeing and more.
Visit the Community Hub page to find out more.
Remembering all the residents who are self-isolating at Spring House and sending them our very best wishes. And also our thanks to all the wonderful staff in the team there.
There are several people self-isolating within the village at present. Several because they have returned from trips abroad. Most because they are over 70 years of age.
We are sure the list will evolve in the comings days and weeks. Please feel free to ask to be included on our list of those offering help, or if you are in need of assistance.
See our Community Hub page for a list of help available so far.
The quarterly parish news magazine – the Peter Tavy Piper – is available to view or download from this website – click here.
Printing of the “Piper” is financed by the Parish Council to ensure that information reaches every household in the parish.