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Daventry's bells ring out in memory of William Bailey

Daventry's bells ring out in memory of William Bailey

On Monday 30th April 2018 at 7.30pm the Daventry Branch of the Peterborough Diocesan Guild Bell Ringers rang a peal of bells at the Holy Cross Church in Daventry in memory of William Bailey. Daventry Town Mayor, Cllr Lynne Taylor, attended the short service ahead of the bell ringing at the Holy Cross, along with Deputy Mayor Lynn Jones. The service was conducted by Rev. Canon Michael Webber.

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Posted: Tue, 01 May 2018 16:21 by Amy Simpson

Tags: News, Events, Community, Daventry, Town Centre

DTC supports residents over loss of parking on the Grange and Southbrook estates

DTC supports residents over loss of parking on the Grange and Southbrook estates

This week, Daventry Town Council attended a planning meeting at Daventry District Council offices. Having listened to concerns raised by residents, the Town Council submitted objections to the proposed developments on garage sites on the Grange and Southbrook estates.

The proposals on Avon Close, The Stour, Waverney Close and two sites on Collingwood Way would see the demolition of existing garages for proposed.. Read More »

Posted: Fri, 27 Apr 2018 17:04 by Amy Simpson

Tags: News, Community, News:Planning, Daventry, meeting, Town Centre

Success for St. George's Day Parade

Success for St. George's Day Parade

The annual St. George's Day Parade, held on Saturday 21st April 2018, was a galloping success, as Daventry and District Scouts led the way through Daventry Town Centre. Starting from Chaucer Way car park, the procession was led by the Scouts' marching band, and finished at New Street Recreation Grounds where scouts, cubs and beavers from the District renewed their promises and awards were given to honour those who had made remarkable achievements throughout the year.. Read More »

Posted: Thu, 26 Apr 2018 09:28 by Amy Simpson

Tags: News, Events, Community, Daventry, Families, Town Centre, St George's Day

Daventry's Annual Town Assembly

Daventry's Annual Town Assembly

On Monday 23rd April 2018, Daventry's Annual Town Assembly will be held at the Community Association Hall, Ashby Road, Daventry, NN11 0QE. The meeting will commence at 7pm.

This is an opportunity for residents to raise concerns relating to Daventry Town to the Town Council. Daventry's Town Mayor, Cllr Lynne Taylor, will be in attendance to Chair the meeting.

The Town Assembly Agenda will be as follows:.. Read More »

Posted: Thu, 19 Apr 2018 10:04 by Daventry Town Council

Tags: News, Community, Town Centre, Daventry, meeting

Daventry Town Council sponsors Police Community Support Officer for Daventry Town centre

Daventry Town Council sponsors Police Community Support Officer for Daventry Town centre

Daventry Town Council is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Police Community Support Officer (PCSO), Mia Ball, who started her new post on 4th April 2018.

PSCO Ball's role will be to work predominantly in the town centre under the direction of Daventry and South Northants Neighbourhood Policing Team and Daventry Town Council. Mia will also be working collaboratively with the Town Council's CCTV control room and Community Ranger.. Read More »

Posted: Wed, 04 Apr 2018 12:50 by Daventry Town Council

Tags: News, Community, Town Centre, Daventry

DTC raises concerns over Daventry Town Special Expenses

DTC raises concerns over Daventry Town Special Expenses

Members of Daventry Town Council (DTC) have raised concerns in relation to the recent council tax increase, by Daventry District Council, of 38% for Daventry Town Special Expenses.

Daventry Special Expenses are levied on residents of Daventry town by Daventry District Council (DDC). The special expenses cover the cost of maintaining the Holy Cross Church Yard and other open spaces in Daventry Town which are owned by the DDC.. Read More »

Posted: Thu, 29 Mar 2018 20:08 by Daventry Town Council

Tags: News, Community, Daventry, Town Centre

St George's Day arrives in Daventry

St George's Day arrives in Daventry

On Saturday 21st April 2018, St George's day Parade will return to Daventry Town Centre. Led by Daventry and District Scouts, in partnership with Daventry Town Council, the afternoon is packed with festivities to delight all ages.

The Scouts have embraced a Medieval theme this year with activities from the era being centred around New Street Recreation centre. There will be a Cake Tent and refreshment stall along with the annual.. Read More »

Posted: Tue, 27 Mar 2018 12:55 by Daventry Town Council

Tags: News, Events, Community, Daventry, Families, Free, Town Centre, St George's Day

Daventry Mayor volunteers with Street Pastors

Daventry Mayor volunteers with Street Pastors

On Saturday 24th March 2018, Daventry Town Council Mayor and Chair of Council, Lynne Taylor, attended a street patrol in the town centre, along with the Daventry Street Pastors.

Joining as an observer on a regular weekend patrol, Mayor Lynne Taylor, said of the evening, "Having attended at the 2007 inaugural meeting to promote the idea of a street pastor team in the town, it was great to be given the opportunity to witness first hand what this.. Read More »

Posted: Mon, 26 Mar 2018 13:00 by Daventry Town Council

Tags: News, Community, Volunteer, Daventry, Safety, Town Centre

Interested in becoming a Daventry Town Councillor?

Interested in becoming a Daventry Town Councillor?

Interested in becoming a Daventry Town Councillor? Then read on.

Daventry Town Council will be holding its elections on 3rd May 2018.

You don't need any special qualifications to be a local Councillor, all you need is a passion and a drive to honestly and transparently represent the views and interests of the ward you are standing for and its individual constituents, as well as deal with their enquiries fairly and without prejudice.. Read More »

Posted: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 16:45 by Daventry Town Council

Tags: News, Community, Elections, vote, Daventry

Become a Councillor at Daventry Town Council

Become a Councillor at Daventry Town Council

Love your Community – Want to make a Difference – Become a Councillor

Have you ever looked at the Town you live in and thought who manages your Town, who decides what the people want in your Town?

Democracy, guided by legislation, decides the shape and future of your Town and anyone can be a part of that decision making process by submitting ideas or critical viewpoints to their local council representatives or by becoming.. Read More »

Posted: Mon, 19 Mar 2018 15:36 by Daventry Town Council

Tags: News, Events, Community, Consultation, meeting, Daventry, Elections

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