Daventry Town Council
In 1972, The Charter Trustees were formed to look after Daventry’s charters and town regalia after the change in local government and the formation of the Daventry District Council.
Daventry Town Council is responsible for: Allotments, Care and Conservation of the War Memorial, Cemetery and Burials, Civic and Mayoral Engagements, Community Grants, Christmas Lights, Daventry Museum, Daventry Town Council Dial-A-Ride, Hanging Baskets, Market, Consultee on Town Planning Matters, Landscaping for both the Twinning and War Memorial sites, Maintenance of open spaces, Public Engagement, Town Events.
The Town Council also owns and manages CCTV and through its Community Ranger service works collaboratively with the Police and CCTV Control Room to combat crime and anti-social behaviour to make Daventry a safer place to live, work and visit.
The Council office and Council Chamber is located at 3 New Street, Daventry, NN11 4BT, where Council and Council Committee meetings are held on a monthly basis – see Council Meetings or our What’s On page for more information.
Our vision and ethos
Daventry Town Council continuously strives to make Daventry Town a better place to live, work and visit. How we will achieve this is by:
Providing a democratic and representational voice of the community.
Supporting and contributing towards the economic and social growth of the the local community.
Continuing to provide quality services at the most effective cost.
Continuing to work in partnership with other agencies providing public services for the Town.
Striving to improve quality of life in the Town.
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3 New Street, Daventry, Northamptonshire NN11 4BT, UK