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Well the sun shined down for us yesterday at our first Community Litter Pick after the easing of restrictions. Lots of you came to join our Community Ranger Charlotte Jones and Councillors to complete a short litter pick route and help keep our local communities rubbish free. Thankfully lots of areas around Middlemore were virtually […]

Daventry Town Council will be holding its elections on 6th May 2021. 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 […]

Virtual and Veritable Cabinet of Curiosities exhibition. Daventry Museum is reopening with an exhibition all about collections and collecting it will be the Museum’s first exhibition since the C-19 lockdown. As with all their exhibitions and events, entry to DaventryMuseum is free. In order to ensure the safety of visitors and staff they ask that bookings are made for Saturday open days and this can be done via Eventbrite, the website or by email to museum@daventrytowncouncil.gov.uk Weekday admissions do not […]

The sun was certainly shining on our first Farmers Market on Saturday 19th September 2020. Held along Daventry High Street we were excited to invite an array of socially distanced artisan food related stalls to join us, all selling products that could be taken away to eat, cook, prepare, or use at home. This family […]

Daventry Museum is reopening with an exhibition all about collections and collecting it will be the Museum’s first exhibition since the C-19 lockdown. As with all their exhibitions and events, entry to Daventry Museum is free. In order to ensure the safety of visitors and staff they ask that bookings are made for Saturday open […]

Thursday 3rd September – Merchant Navy Day 2020 “Today we raised the flag in honour of the British Merchant Navy, which was served by civilians and volunteers, kept the United Kingdom supplied with essential raw materials, arms, ammunition, fuel, food and all of the necessities of war throughout WWII. 30,248 merchant seamen were lost serving […]

The incident happened sometime Sunday Evening (16/08/2020). Northamptonshire Police are appealing for information regarding an Arson to Children’s play equipment, Wimborne Place, Daventry  This happened on Sunday 16th August 2020 between 11pm-11:15pm Did you witness anything? Did you see any person(s) in the area that looked suspicious? Did you see any vehicle(s) that you were suspicious of? If you have evidential CCTV relating to […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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