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Co-Option - Statement of Nominations

Co-Option - Statement of Nominations

Wed, 20 Sep 2017 17:41 by Daventry Town Council

Further to the resignation of a member on Hill Ward and with no requests received for the post to be filled by election, the vacancy for Hill Ward is to be decided by Co-option at the Town Council meeting being held at Daventry Town Council on Monday 25th September at 18:30.

See attached for statement of nominations.

This Saturday Foodie Fun Comes To Daventry

This Saturday Foodie Fun Comes To Daventry

Mon, 18 Sep 2017 16:26 by Daventry Town Council

Its just under a week until 50+ stalls arrive for Daventry Food Festival taking place this Saturday 23rd September 17, 10:00am – 4:00pm.

Daventry High Street along with Sheaf Street, will be an array of culinary delights as over 50 stalls offering different food/drink types come to town! Additional seating is being installed along the High Street and live culinary demonstrations compared by BBC Radio Northampton presenter Martin Heath will be on show throughout will the day at the Showcase Kitchen. More »

Daventry Mayor Cllr Lynne Taylor said, "We are thrilled to be providing local retailers and producers the opportunity to showcase their products at this new exciting event for the town". » Less

Daventry Flower and Vegetable Show 2017

Daventry Flower and Vegetable Show 2017

Mon, 04 Sep 2017 17:54 by Daventry Town Council

The Daventry Flower & Vegetable Show held at the Community Centre on Sunday 3rd September was a huge success with more entries and attendees than last year.

The show, organised by the Daventry Allotment & Gardening Association (DAGA) supported by Daventry Town Council, saw more than 300 exhibits being awarded individual rosettes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places. Five overall category winners were each presented with a £10 National Garden Centre Voucher by Daventry Town Mayor Cllr Lynne Taylor, with the winner of the children's category winning a £10. Argos Voucher. More »

The Mayor congratulated DAGA on an excellent show and commented on how proud Daventry Town Council were of their allotment community which shone forth at today's show.

There was a good attendance from the public and allotment holders who all enjoyed viewing the produce, sampling homemade refreshments and shopping in the arts and crafts market.

The overall category winners were Vegetable: John Barker, Soft Fruit: Kath Vaughan, Flowers: Marjorie Loughrey, Novelty: John Barker, and Children's; Millie Burgess aged 8. New category for 2017 Jams & Cookery was won by Marjorie Loughrey.

DAGA are donating the monies raised from the charity auction and raffle (£177.10) to the Green Health project who have an allotment on Daventry Town Council's Daneholme site to help people suffering with mental health issues. » Less