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Daventry Town Council and Rotary Club of Danetre, Daventry support the End Polio Now Campaign

Daventry Town Council and Rotary Club of Danetre, Daventry support the End Polio Now Campaign

Fri, 20 Oct 2017 16:10 by Daventry Town Council

END POLIO NOW

For over 30 years, Rotary and its members have been committed to fighting to eradicate polio across the world.

The amount of polio-endemic countries has dropped from 125 to just three, with over 2.5 billion children receiving vaccinations thanks to the help of Rotary.

At 10:00 on Tuesday 24th October, members of Rotary Club of Danetre Daventry, Daventry and Allotment and Gardeners' Association and Daventry Town Council will be planting 2500 purple crocus corms on the Twinning Area, at the top of London Road. More »

If you are fit, have a full-sized garden fork, come and join us in raising awareness of the importance to End Polio Now. » Less

Remembrance Day - Saturday 12th November 2017

Remembrance Day - Saturday 12th November 2017

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 11:22 by Daventry Town Council

Members of the public are invited to Daventry's Remembrance Day commemorations on Sunday 12th November commencing at 10:50am at the War Memorial, Abbey Street, Daventry. The Service will commemorate the contribution of British and Commonwealth military and civilian servicemen and women.

Daventry Town Council are co-ordinating the event; no tickets or passes are needed to attend and the public are welcome to watch the ceremony from the pavements or to follow the parade. More »

Schedule

10:30 Parade to depart from St James Infant School

10:50 Parade to arrive at War Memorial

10:55 Hymn and Prayer – Daventry Brass Band

Last Post – Daventry Brass Band

11:00 Act of Remembrance - 2 Minutes Silence

11:02 Reveille – Daventry Brass Band

Roll Call –Read by Head Boy/ Girl from Parker E-Act and DSLV

After the ceremony, everybody is invited to attend the Service in Holy Cross Church, which will start at approximately 11.30 am.

On Saturday 11th November all are welcome to come and share the traditional two minute silence and short service to commemorate Armistice Day mustering from 10:45am at the Gazebo, located at the top of Sheaf Street » Less

Town Council supports Parker E-ACT to enable pupils of all ages to use the Randolph Building

Town Council supports Parker E-ACT to enable pupils of all ages to use the Randolph Building

Mon, 16 Oct 2017 16:46 by Daventry Town Council

Further to the joint statement issued today (16th October) by Daventry District Council and E-ACT on the future of the Randolph Building (formerly known as Daventry UTC):

Daventry Town Council urges members of Daventry District Council to support Parker E-ACT and the young people it serves by approving measures to enable E-ACT pupils, of all ages, to use the Randolph Building, without restriction.