Macildowie have been ‘Building Great Futures’ in Northamptonshire since 1993. Daventry is a market town in West Northamptonshire, one of the UK's fastest-growing, and it was recently named the most enterprising place to do business in Britain. The town is famous for its historic houses and award-winning country parks, and in 2018, the town's High Street was the filming location for the festive film, Nativity Rocks!
The modern growth of Daventry occurred from the mid-1950s onward, however, the market town saw real growth in 1955 when manufacturer British Timken opened a large factory in the town.
Today, the town is perhaps more well known for The Holy Cross Church, the grade I listed parish church of Daventry, Moot Hall (which stands on the north side of the Market Square), the Cummins plant and its close proximity to the M1.
As a result of the proximity to the motorways, and mainline railways, Daventry has seen developments from an increasingly large logistics facility, known as the Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal, or DIRFT.