Heritage Open Days Thursday 8th September to Sunday 11th September 2016
Eclectic exhibition where members of the public are invited to showcase their own collections and interests from pocket watches to Polly Pockets, and toy cars to collecting coins…what do you collect?
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Thu, 18 Aug 2016 17:23 by Deborah Jewell
Daventry Town Council have made strong representation to both Simon Edens, Chief Constable of Northamptonshire Police and Stephen Mold, Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner advising of their very deep concerns in relation to the need for more support for our police officers in Daventry Town.
The Town Council is aware that Police resources are limited and the Police officers allocated to the Town are working tirelessly to resolve the problems but recent events would indicate there is a need for more police resources to resolve the current anti-social behaviour issues. More »
The Town Council has requested a meeting with both the Chief Constable of Northamptonshire Police and Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner to discuss what plans are in place to deal with the issues to ensure the community returns to feeling safe, both now and in the future. » Less
Tue, 16 Aug 2016 15:48 by Lorna White
Daventry Town Mayor, Cllr Glenda Simmonds was thrilled with the support given at the Glory Fest, held at the Peppermill on 13th August 2016.
It was a rocking good line up, with all the bands giving their time for free.
The Mayor gave a special thanks to Allie Aldridge, for hosting the event at The Peppermill and all those people who gave generously to the Mayor's Charity, Macmillan Daventry – you raised £478.28, making a difference to the lives of people affected by cancer.
Tue, 02 Aug 2016 11:44 by Lorna White
Daventry Flower and Vegetable Show
Daventry Town Council are pleased to be working with Daventry Allotment and Gardening Association (DAGA) and Daventry Town allotment holders to showcase the fruits of their labour at The Daventry Flower and Vegetable Show on Sunday 4th September 2016 at Daventry Community Centre.
The show will be open to the general public from 1pm and admission is FREE.
Entries are open to all allotment holders in the Daventry and Norton Area and to gardeners who are members of DAGA. There is something for everyone, with categories for fruit, vegetables, flowers, novelty/giggle and a separate category for children to participate in the fun. More »
Judging will be undertaken by an RHA appointed judge and prizes will be awarded by the Mayor of Daventry.
Alongside the show there is a Craft and Cruelty Free Market, refreshments with homemade cakes and a raffle and a charity auction of the home grown produce.
Would you like to enter?
A comprehensive show brochure with all the categories and entry forms can be downloaded at the Daventry Town Council website or picked up at The DAGA store located on the Welton Road allotment site which is open on Sundays from 10:00am until 11:30am.
If you haven't got an allotment and are interested, we currently have availability on our Drayton East and West sites. So if you are over 18 and live in Daventry don't delay apply today. For further details, please call 01327 301246 or email email@example.com