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To find out what support is available in your local community, visit our Community Support Group page.

Community volunteering

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Community support schemes give town and parish councils, community self-help groups and volunteers, the opportunity to take control of small local maintenance tasks. View all community support and self help schemes >

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...help fill pot holes in my local area

The Road Warden Scheme allows trained volunteers to complete minor maintenance works in the vicinity of the public highway within their community. Read more >

...help keep my parish paths clear

The Parish Paths Partnership Scheme allows volunteers to improve the condition of their local rights of way. Read more >

... help keep my local area clean and tidy

The Highways Self Help Scheme allows trained volunteers to complete minor works out at a safe distance from the public highway. Read more >

...help grit roads and clear snow near me

The Snow Warden Scheme allows trained volunteers to act as a key contact between the local community and Devon County Council during severe weather. Read more >

Find out about the Highway Maintenance Community Enhancement fund which aims to help communities enhance their local area by providing financial assistance, as well as encouraging collaborative working between towns, parishes and voluntary and community groups. Apply now >

There are many successful projects in Devon where communities have taken action and work together to benefit their local area.

Upton Pyne self help - sign cleaning

The Parish of Upton Pyne are actively carrying out self help works to keep their area looking good. Read more >

side of road, with tools and a drrainage pipe

Clayhidon Parish Council received funding over two financial years through the Highway Maintenance Community Enhancement Fund (HMCEF). Read more >

workman in hi vis putting up traffic cone with road works sign

Information about the applications for the Highway Maintenance Community Enhancement Fund (HMCEF) that were approved in 2016/17. Read more >