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Enthusiasts celebrate at Daventry’s First Classic Car Show

Enthusiasts celebrate at Daventry’s First Classic Car Show

Posted: Fri, 08 Feb 2019 10:17 by Amy Simpson

All roads will be leading to Daventry's The Hollows on Saturday 13th April 2019 as organisers gear up for the first ever Classic Car Show which will be hosted in Daventry Town.

Organised by Daventry's Mayor, Cllr Lynn Jones, in conjunction with Daventry Town Council, spectators can take a nostalgic trip down memory lane and reflect upon the golden days of motoring by viewing the variety of classic cars on show. More »

Other attractions at the event will include a mini vintage craft market and a classic games tent (including giant Jenga and croquet), as well as live music from Daventry Brass Band and the Ukulele Orchestra. There will also be live performances from Daventry's Starlight Dance Group – all car themed, of course! Alongside the entertainment and activities, entrants will also be able to tantalise their taste buds with a selection of vintage cuisine, including a vintage American style burger van!

Cllr Jones, Mayor of Daventry and Chair of Council, said, "I am very excited to be organising the first Classic Car Show in Daventry, alongside Daventry Town Council. We already have a diverse range of classic cars for the whole family to view and with the addition of the live entertainment, food stalls, and mini craft market, it is definitely going to be a fantastic day out. I am looking forward to welcoming you all to the event."

Daventry's Classic Car Show takes place at The Hollows on Saturday 13th April 2019, from 10am – 4pm. Admission for spectators is FREE. A voluntary donation is requested, for those wishing to exhibit classic cars. For further information, please call 01327 301246 or email events@daventrytowncouncil.gov.uk. » Less

We're hiring!

We're hiring!

Posted: Fri, 08 Feb 2019 09:19 by Amy Simpson

Daventry Town Council is the first tier of local government and its role is to represent the interests of the community and is responsible for: Allotments, Care and Conservation of the War Memorial, Civic and Mayoral Engagements, Community Grants, Christmas Lights, Daventry Museum, Daventry Town Council Dial-A-Ride, Hanging Baskets, Consultee on Town Planning Matters, Landscaping for both the Twinning and War Memorial sites, Public Engagement, Town Events. More »

Daventry Town Council is seeking to recruit a part-time administration assistant to be the first point of contact for the public, dealing with enquiries, front of house duties and providing administrative support to the council team.

The ideal candidate will need to be pro-active, an excellent communicator with an understanding of the local community and be able to work evenings and weekends.

This is a part-time position and will require evening and weekend work. For more details and an application pack, contact the Town Clerk on 01327 301246 or email townclerk@daventrytowncouncil.gov.uk

Completed applications to be received by: 1st March 2019 » Less

DTC praise NORSE for their work in Daventry Town

DTC praise NORSE for their work in Daventry Town

Posted: Wed, 30 Jan 2019 09:52 by Amy Simpson

In June 2018, under a 10-year agreement worth £50 million with Daventry District Council, Daventry Norse took over responsibility for waste and recycling collections, litter picking, street sweeping on public roads and paths, maintenance on roadsides, maintenance of council land, hedges, bushes, trees, maintenance of play equipment, clearing fly-tipping and removing graffiti, in Daventry District. More »

At its meeting on Monday 28th January 2019, Daventry Town Council praised the work of the Daventry Norse Team, commending its supportive approach by listening to the needs of the community and responding promptly to address concerns and resolve environmental issues.

Deborah Jewell, Chief Executive of Daventry Town Council said, "Members of Daventry Town Council have frequently commented on how pleased they, and their residents, are with the high standard of work that Daventry NORSE has carried out since taking over the contract in June last year. The work has been carried out professionally and is making our communities a better and healthier place to live." » Less

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