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New Town Councillor for Ashby Fields Ward

New Town Councillor for Ashby Fields Ward

Wed, 27 Apr 2016 11:11 by Lorna White

Daventry Town Council is pleased to announce that the vacancy for Town Councillor for Ashby Field Ward has been filled by 30-year-old Carl Busby.

Carl, who has lived in Daventry for the last 18 years has been involved in various community and volunteer schemes through his place of work and wanted to join the Town Council to make a difference.

Carl is delighted to join Daventry Town Council and stated "The town has a lot of people that care about it, but they do not know how or where to start making a difference. I would like to help Daventry residents have their voices heard and bring some of their ideas to reality. People really do care about where they live, it only takes one person to start something, but it needs everyone to make it happen."

A Second Chance for Unloved Bikes

A Second Chance for Unloved Bikes

Mon, 18 Apr 2016 17:42 by Lorna White

Daventry Town Council are asking local residents to check their sheds/outhouses/garages and donate any old unwanted bikes to help ensure the success of a community project. We would like your help to put Daventry on the map and are appealing for donations of any old bikes which will be distributed to participating schools to paint pink and decorate in their own unique style.

Once decorated the bicycles will be positioned around Daventry Town Centre to welcome top class cyclists competing in the final stage of the Aviva women's tour on Sunday the 19th June 2016. It's hoped that hundreds of people will line London Road and New Street in Daventry to cheer the riders on as the race comes to the town centre for the first time. More »

Any residents wishing to donate a bicycle please call Daventry Town Council on 01327 301246 or via email admin@daventrytowncouncil.gov.uk.

The Town Council are pleased to be working with Danetre Rotary Club, Leisure Lakes Bikes, Daventry Cycling Club and Northamptonshire Sport on the pink bike project for Daventry. Further details of the event will be announced on our website shortly. » Less

Commemorating a Week of National Celebrations

Commemorating a Week of National Celebrations

Thu, 14 Apr 2016 12:01 by Lorna White

Daventry Town Council is pleased to be adorning the town centre with bunting and flags in time for next week's national celebrations. On Saturday 23rd April local scouts along with Daventry's Mayor Cllr Wendy Randall, will parade through the Town centre to celebrate England's Patron Saint George. The annual St Georges Day Parade will gather at Chaucer Way Car Park at 13:45 and parade to New Street Recreation Ground. The Town Council are also giving out hand held flags to spectators who wish to line the route and, prior to the parade children are invited to make their own crown at a special "Crown Craft" event being held at Daventry Library from 10:00 – 11:30. More »

St Georges Day 2016 also marks a special anniversary for England's most popular dramatist and author William Shakespeare who died 400 years ago on the 23rd April 1616.

On Thursday 21st April our Monarch, the Queen celebrates a land mark 90th birthday and to commemorate the occasion residents are invited to a special beacon-lighting ceremony on Daventry' s historic Borough Hill. The beacon is one of more than 1,000 being lit across the UK and has been organised by Daventry District Council. Everyone is invited to go along to the ceremony, which starts at 7pm and includes a performance by members of Daventry Brass. » Less

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