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Cllr Paul Kempsell resigns as representative for Ashby Fields

Cllr Paul Kempsell resigns as representative for Ashby Fields

Wed, 10 Feb 2016 10:15 by Deborah Jewell

Cllr Paul Kempsell has resigned from his role as Town Council ward representative for Ashby Fields.

He expressed his disappointment that work commitments did not allow him to devote as much time to the position as he had wanted.

He hopes his resignation will provide an opportunity for a community minded person to get involved with shaping the future of the Town and representing the residents of Ashby Fields. More »

Councillors Celebrate Dignity in Care Action Day

Councillors Celebrate Dignity in Care Action Day

Tue, 02 Feb 2016 13:00 by Lorna White

On Monday 1st February The Mayor of Daventry Cllr Wendy Randal was invited along to Longlands Specialist Care Centre located on London Road to celebrate Dignity in Care Action Day. The Mayor, Cllr Lynne Taylor, Cllr Craig Golden along with staff and residents from the home enjoyed a afternoon tea dance.

Dignity in Care Action Day is an annual opportunity for health and social care workers, and members of the public to uphold people's rights to dignity and provide a truly memorable day for people who use care services. More »

After the tea dance The Mayor and Councillors were given a tour of the homes superb facilities.

(pictured left to right Cllr Craig Golden, Cllr Lynne Taylor and The Mayor of Daventry Cllr Wendy Randall) » Less

Town Council Community Grant helps funds Life Saving Defibrillator

Town Council Community Grant helps funds Life Saving Defibrillator

Fri, 29 Jan 2016 12:13 by Lorna White

Daventry Mayor Cllr Wendy Randal was invited along to see the new Defibrillator which is being installed outside the Select Convenience store in Middlemore.

Daventry Town Council awarded The Middlemore Residents' Association a community grant of £690 to for the purchase of a cabinet to house the defibrillator, which was approved and supplied by The British Heart Foundation.

If you are you a voluntary organisation established for the benefit of the Daventry community and you have a project needing funding, you may be eligible to apply for a grant. More »

Awards of up to £1000 are available to local groups and individuals for anything that can be shown to benefit your community.

If your organisation is interested in applying for a grant you please download the Application Form

(Pictured left to right Town Cllr and Secretary of Middlemore Residents Association Karen Tweedale, Mayor of Daventry Cllr Wendy Randall along with Davinder Parhar and Gail Hawes from Select Convenience Store, Middlemore.) » Less

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