People are invited to take part in a major project to shape a new vision for the future of Daventry town centre.
The Daventry Town Centre Vision 2035 will set out how the town can change and evolve over the next 15 years and beyond.
Led by Daventry District Council and Daventry Town Council, the project is calling for the views and ideas of those who know the town best – its residents and businesses... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 15 Jul 2020 09:00 by DTC Comms
Daventry Town Council calls a special meeting to be held on Wednesday 15th July 2020 at 6:30pm in response to the recommendation made by Daventry District Council Strategy Group on 9th July 2020 for the disposal of land off Eastern Way, Daventry for the purpose of delivering a new secondary school.
Members of the public are welcome to join the special meeting to be held via zoom, which can be accessed... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 14 Jul 2020 15:30 by Daventry Town Council
Daventry Museum will again be playing host, albeit virtually this time, to the interactive theatre company Don't Go Into The Cellar.
This summer the theatre company will be recording and sharing their Victorian Fairy Tales performance exclusively with Daventry Museum's virtual visitors!
Whilst the exact date is to be confirmed, plans are afoot for an exciting and interactive run up to the performance... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 06 Jul 2020 09:30 by DTC Comms
People Urged To Be Sensible amid the Reopening of Bars and Restaurants
"We know people will be looking forward to going out after such a long time but please be sensible and help newly reopened businesses out by abiding by the Covid-19 regulations."
This is the message from Chief Superintendent Ash Tuckley, the officer overseeing the policing operation in response to the reopening of the night-time economy.... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 03 Jul 2020 11:53 by Daventry Town Council
In recognition of the importance of play to children and young people, as of Saturday 4th July, Daventry Town Council will be re-opening all the play areas in the Town.
Daventry Town Council manages 40 play areas and each play area is inspected weekly by a dedicated play area inspector who makes sure that the area and equipment is safe, secure, and well-maintained, but it will not be cleaned or sanitised.... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 03 Jul 2020 11:45 by Daventry Town Council
Do you have a plethora of pottery, a whimsical animal collection, an assortment of fascinating fossils, or a ten-piece teapot collection? Maybe you have a hodgepodge of ceramic hedgehogs or a tantalising variety of old toys? If so Daventry Museum want to hear from you!
Daventry Museum's Virtual and Veritable Cabinet of Curiosities Exhibition will be an online and physical exhibition that will be shared... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 29 Jun 2020 10:00 by DTC Comms
Daventry Town Council held a Special Meeting last night to consider the views of both residents and businesses on a scheme to make Daventry Town safer by closing the High Street, to prevent the spread and/or second wave of Covid19.
Following attendance to a meeting with the Retail Forum and a request for comments via various social media groups in the Town, it was clear that many residents and businesses... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 23 Jun 2020 14:00 by Daventry Town Council
Public open spaces in Daventry have been transferred to Daventry Town Council as preparations to reorganise local government in Northamptonshire continue.
The transfer includes the New Street Recreation Ground and other public open space across the town, but excludes Daventry Country Park and Borough Hill.
We have taken on responsibility for maintaining the Holy Cross churchyard, roadside verges in the... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 16 Jun 2020 15:31 by DTC Comms
Sunday 14 June 2020 will mark the 375th anniversary of The Battle of Naseby.
On that morning in 1645, parliament's Newly Modelled Army destroyed King Charles I's army at Naseby, the decisive battle of the first English Civil War. Only nights before this, King Charles stayed at Daventry's Wheatsheaf Inn and his Royalist forces used Borough Hill as a base before marching to fight at Naseby.
Daventry Museum's... Read More »
Posted: Sun, 14 Jun 2020 10:00 by DTC Comms
Following Government guidelines Daventry Town Market was temporarily closed due to Government Covid19 regulations, which were lifted as of the 1st June 2020.
On Tuesday 2nd June 2020 Daventry Town Market resumed its usual service, opening every Tuesday and Friday, on the High Street from 8am – 2pm, offering fresh locally-sourced produce at competitive prices.
Social distancing measures have been... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 09 Jun 2020 12:30 by DTC Comms