Daventry


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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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A spokesman for West Midlands Police said: "We are appealing for witnesses after a hit-and-run collision between a pedestrian and a motorbike on Daventry Road, Coventry just before 12:30pm this afternoon (Saturday, June 29).
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).
Watford-based Mothercare first warned in September of problems at Daventry.
His dad Russell, 27, is Daventry's top scorer with 50 goals last season and 17 more this year.
DAVENTRY TOWN 3 RUGBY TOWN 0 RUGBY were put to the sword by newly-crowned UCL Premier champions Daventry.
The affected area, Northampton, Daventry and west of Daventry, is thought to cover 108,000 properties and 250,000 people.
Daventry might not sound like a mythical kingdom but then this isn't the town in Northamptonshire, it's the setting for the eighth King's Quest in a series of adventure games which began in 1984.
The accident occurred near Aston le Walls, between Banbury and Daventry on the A361, on Tuesday June 30.