Heritage Open Days
Heritage Open Days Thursday 8th September to Sunday 11th September 2016
Eclectic exhibition where members of the public are invited to showcase their own collections and interests from pocket watches to Polly Pockets, and toy cars to collecting coins…what do you collect?
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.
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Fri, 08 Jul 2016 13:33 by Sarah Fox
Daventry Mayor, Cllr Glenda Simmonds, held her civic service on Sunday 3rd July at the Holy Cross Church, Daventry.
The Mayor and Civic Dignitaries processed from the Town Council offices, to the church and were met by a guard of honour, formed by Daventry Air Training Corps, Army Cadet Force and The Royal British Legion.
Canon Michael Webber addressed the congregation and the reading was Mark 2. 1-12 read by Cllr Simmonds sister, Jennifer Withers and a talk on cancer support by John Birch, Daventry Support Group, Macmillan Cancer Support. More »
Music was enjoyed from Daventry Brass, The Grange School Choir and organist Martin Heath.
The Mayor gave words of support to all voluntary organisations and spoke of her aim to raise funds for her chosen charity Macmillan Cancer Support.
Following the service, the Mayor invited all those we contributed and attended the service to the Daventry Volunteer Centre for afternoon tea. » Less
Tue, 05 Jul 2016 13:11 by Lorna White
Presentation to the Winners of the Pink Bike Community Project
Daventry Mayor Cllr Glenda Simmons along Jim Shoesmith President of Rotary Club of Daventry presented the winners of the Pink Bike Community Project with their prizes this morning at Daventry Leisure Centre.
The project coordinated by Daventry Town Council, Northamptonshire Sport and Daventry Cycling Club had 25 entries from local schools and all the bikes were used to decorate the route welcoming the Aviva Women's tour to Daventry for the first time. More »
The prize money was donated by The Rotary Club of Daventry who presented the winners Parker E Act Academy with a cheque for £100. and the two highly commended entries from Long Buckby Junior School and Little Un's Day Care Centre each received a cheque for £50.
Thank you to all the schools who entered, Daventry Cycling Club and Sport Northamptonshire for all the hard work involved with the collecting and delivering of bike, residents for donating their bikes and Daventry Rotary Club for coming up with the idea and donating the prize money
The winning entries will remain on display at Daventry Leisure Centre as the town has two more cycling events taking place in July. This Sunday 10th July is Daventry's Cycling Club's "Sportive "starting and finishing at Daventry Leisure Centre welcoming local residents and families to get on their bike and raise some money charity (further details can be found at: www.cycleformyton.wordpress.com) and on Sunday 17th July The Tour Ride of Northamptonshire welcomes you to cycle the route of the women's tour (further details can be found at www.tourride.co.uk).
Pictured pupils from Parker E Act Academy » Less
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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