Period for the Excercise of Public Rights
The official period to inspect Daventry Town Council's Accounts commences on 27th June until 5th August.
Note: Daventry Town Council welcomes the inspection of its accounts outside of the statutory inspection period, by prior appointment.
Commemorative display to mark the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of the Somme on Saturday 2nd July
Daventry Town Council working with the community to put on Daventry Arts Festival 2016
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Tue, 28 Jun 2016 15:43 by Lorna White
The Mayor of Daventry Cllr Glenda Simmons attended Green Health's open day located at Daneholme Allotment site in Daventry, which is just one of three community projects currently taking place on Daventry Town Councils allotments.
Allotments provide many therapeutic benefits which are especially helpful for people suffering with their mental health and the Town Council are keen to hear from any other Daventry Community organisations whose members would benefit from having an allotment. More »
If you are over 18 and a Daventry resident, you can apply to Daventry Town Council to have an allotment on one of our four Daventry sites. For further details, please call 01327 301246 or email email@example.com
Pictured Daventry Mayor Cllr Glenda Simmonds with Sanchia Redston from the Green Health Project supported by Rethink Mental Illness, the UK's leading Mental Health Charity
Mon, 27 Jun 2016 16:27 by Lorna White
Daventry Town Council is delighted with the success and popularity of this year's Arts Festival and would like to thank its residents along with the creative and business community of Daventry for coming together and providing such a fantastic weeklong festival.
This was the first year Daventry Town Council organised the event which opened with a parade celebrating the Summer Solstice and ended with a three-day live outdoor music festival, packed full of talented local musician's. More »
The feedback received is extremely positive and people are already putting forward ideas for next year's festival which we plan to make bigger and better.
There are fantastic photos of the festival which can be seen on Daventry Arts Festival's Facebook page.
If you or your organisation would like to get involved with next year's event, Daventry Town Council would be delighted to hear from you.
Mon, 06 Jun 2016 14:14 by Lorna White
The new Mayor of Daventry Cllr Glenda Simmonds attended her first official engagement after her election by members of the Town Council on the 31st May 2016. The engagement was an open day at the newly refurbished Daventry indoor bowls club located at Browns Lane where the Mayor attended the opening ceremony along with other VIP's and then took part in a game of indoor bowls.
Upon her election Cllr Glenda Simmonds commented "I feel very honoured to have been elected as the Mayor of Daventry, I am looking forward to engaging with as many different organisations and business as possible to promote our Town along with my Deputy Cllr Lynne Taylor." More »
I would also like to thank the outgoing Mayor Cllr Wendy Randall for all her hard work during her term."
If you would you like the Mayor to attend your event please fill out a Mayor's Engagement form that can be found below or on our website: http://www.daventrytowncouncil.gov.uk/town-mayor.html