A new website showcasing the very best of Daventry District as a place to live, work, visit and grow your business has been launched today.
Lovedaventry.com goes live at 12pm today (Saturday) to raise awareness amongst residents of the district’s many local attractions and investment projects and to attract new businesses and visitors into the area.
Developed by Daventry District Council (DDC) and Northamptonshire Enterprise Partnership (NEP), the website offers up-to-date information about Daventry District’s heritage and historic houses, sport, leisure and shopping facilities as well as days out, local events and festivals.
The website also provides details of the £175million regeneration of Daventry town centre, investment in housing, education and community facilities as well as the extensive support and networking available for businesses of all sizes.
Local companies and communities are encouraged to get behind the new website as work continues in the coming months to attract and engage visitors, shoppers and investors. They can also get involved on social media by following and sharing their news and events on Twitter @love_daventry
Councillor Wayne Howard, DDC’s Access and Communication Portfolio Holder, said: “There’s a lot to love about Daventry including an excellent work-life balance and an ideal location for businesses. Lovedaventry.com is dedicated to showcasing all the good things about our district, not just to visitors and future investors but to our own residents too.
“The Council and its partners are putting our hearts into improving the area with multi-million-pound regeneration plans including new shops, housing, education and community facilities. We’re delighted to be working with NEP on the Love Daventry initiative and contributing towards the wider promotion of Northamptonshire as the most enterprising place to do business in Britain.”
Kate Dent, Head of Marketing and Communications at NEP, said: “We have loved working with Daventry District Council on this exciting new Love Daventry campaign which will be an integral part of our well-established Love Northamptonshire marketing and will be a valuable tool for engaging local people, communities and businesses.”