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Cedar Hythe Consultation: Have Your Say

Daventry District Council will be undertaking public consultation on draft design guidance for Cedar Hythe as part of the Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan for Chapel Brampton village for a period of six weeks beginning at 10am Monday 7th October 2019.

Government's New Brexit Proposals

On Wednesday the 2nd of October, Boris Johnson sent a letter to Jean-Claude Juncker and the European Council to outline proposals for a new arrangement on the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland. 

Weight Management Service for Adults

Northamptonshire County Council’s Public Health and Wellbeing Team want to know what helps people to lose weight and how that can be applied to weight management programmes in the county.

Real Progress in Northamptonshire Police Force

Chief Constable Nick Adderley today pledged his Force is now moving firmly in the right direction following a critical report on its past performance from the police watchdog.

Thomas Cook - Supporting Employees and Consumers

On the 23rd September, Thomas Cook ceased trading and was placed into compulsory liquidation. All flights were cancelled, and all of the company’s retail shops were closed. The Government is aware that this is a tough time for both customers and staff at Thomas Cook.

Council Consultation: Have Your Say

As you may be aware, local government in Northamptonshire is going through a period of transformation as it moves towards the creation of two new unitary authorities to replace the current eight councils.

New Measures to Improve Train Punctuality

Last week, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced changes to the way that train delays are recorded, benefiting consumers by making it easier to hold train companies serving 'Daventry' to account. 

Bank of England Film Competition

'Bank, Camera, Action' is the Bank of England's new digital media competition. The competition is aimed at students aged 6-19 years old and the topic this year is 'Climate Change: never too small to make a big difference’.