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Cobblers blown away by Bradford City
Community spirit blooms for church
Guilsborough school are leading way in county
Luxury hotel can be yours for £15m
Stepping up to fight cancer
A village community will pull together next month with a flower festival to raise money for a church struck by thieves.
Guilsborough School is the first in the county hoping to bridge the gap between education and employment thanks to its new Careers Academy programme.
The people running Fawsley Hall have confirmed that it is business as usual after it emerged the hotel was up for sale.
Three ladies from the Beauty Spot in Daventry raised more than £1,300 when they completed the Moon Walk as part of Walk for Walk in London at the weekend.
Hundreds of people headed down to Daventry Country Park on Sunday to experience a day of traditional rural skills and activities.
NOMINATIONS are being sought for the best pubs, cafes and local food heroes.
Aidy Boothroyd admitted his Cobblers players were like ‘rabbits in the headlights’ during the first half an hour of their disappointing play-off final defeat to Bradford City.4 comments
They say it’s the hope that kills you, but any the Cobblers had was extinguished so early on at Wembley.
Cobblers blown away by Bradford City Picture gallery
The Cobblers will remain a league two club after being blown away by Bradford City on an afternoon of Wembley woe.2 comments
For Aidy Boothroyd, Northampton is beginning to look a lot like Watford.
Kelvin Langmead has made a habit of scoring vital late goals this season but the timing of his recent knee injury could not have been worse.
No player in the current Cobblers squad has a better understanding of the ability of the play-off final to deliver agony or ecstasy than Chris Hackett.
Daventry-based dance crew Titanium achieved success at a regional championships.
TWO local sailing clubs will be offering free sailing sessions on Saturday.
Donna Summer, cheese and pineapple on sticks and the dinner party from hell. It can only be the full blooded melodrama of Abigail’s Party1 comment
SEVERAL British-made Hesketh Motorcycles, originally made in Daventry, will return home to the town’s Motorcycle Festival on Saturday.
Get your vouchers for great two-for-one offers for top UK attractions in this week’s Daventry Express (May 16).
For the fifth year running thousands are expected to enjoy a day of family fun at the Northampton College in Daventry.
Building work has started on a new crematorium and cemetery to serve Rugby and Daventry, located off Ashlawn Road on the edge of Rugby, close to the boundary of Daventry District.
Householders in Daventry district have together recycled 1,396 tonnes of food waste in the service’s first year, which would have cost more than £125,000 to send to landfill.
A SERVICE of thanksgiving has been announced for a much-loved 68-year-old farmer who died following an accident.
A pensioner from Guilsborough is one of just 40 World War Two heroes who was honoured at a memorial service in Scotland.
Lord Spencer will be making the 25th anniversary of Spring Gardens, a sheltered housing scheme in Daventry owned by Places for People, offering a personally signed copy of his book Althorp, The Story of a Country House, to all current tenants.
A resident on Daventry’s Timken Estate says ‘priority’ signs and proper road markings would prevent the council wasting money.
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Weather for Daventry
Saturday 18 May 2013
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