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Daventry

a town in central England, in Northamptonshire: light industries, site of an important international radio transmitter. Pop.: 21 731 (2001)
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Mike lived for cycling, having owned a bike shop in Crawley before moving to the Daventry area in 2002," said Laurie Bird, treasurer of Rugby Racing Cycling Club.
The service was conducted by 489 Squadron's Father Neil Bayliss, a local Padre in Solihull, and attended by the Lord Lieutenant of Northamptonshire and the Mayor of Daventry.
The latest set-up will serve the East Midlands and South England, and underlines Wincanton's ongoing investment and commitment to the Daventry area, says Simon Ram sell, property development manager (UK & Ireland).
Daventry Council said the practice was warned about limited access before it bought the building.
Daventry district council is looking to replace their entire telephone system during 2017/18.
However with ten minutes remaining it was Daventry who grabbed the crucial opener after Rugby failed to clear and Anthony O'Connor turned in.
The affected area, Northampton, Daventry and west of Daventry, is thought to cover 108,000 properties and 250,000 people.
The first train on Coastal's twice-weekly return service to Tibbett and Britten's Daventry terminal left Liverpool's Seaforth Container Terminal yesterday with a full complement of containers.
Netto has shaken up its distribution network following the opening of its new 160,000 sq ft depot in Daventry, Northamptonshire this week.
The toddler has impressed non-league Daventry Town with more than his dribbling.
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The fundraiser was held in aid of Zoe's Place Baby Hospice and hosted by Lady Daventry in the private dining room at the elegant 13th century family seat of Viscount and Viscountess Daventry.