Author: Neil Farmer

Charity Status – Message from our Chair

Northampton based heritage transport preservation group, Northampton Transport Heritage (NTH) are celebrating after being awarded Charity status by the Charity Commission of England and Wales. This latest achievement is a milestone in the group’s development and comes on the back of four years hard work after stepping in to preserve the town’s historic Corporation buses.…
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After 20 years idle, 197’s engine is fired up

Exciting news is the fact that after nearly twenty years sat idle and after a couple of false dawns, we actually managed to start the engine on DNH 197, our 1953 Roe bodied Daimler CVG6!

NTH is now a registered charity

Northampton Transport Heritage’s application to become a Charity has today been accepted by the Charity Commission, you will note the banner at the bottom of the web site now includes our Charity Number. We can now proceed into post lockdown and start a new chapter.

Jeyes of Earls Barton now selling NTH merchandise.

If you are in the vicinity of Jeyes in Earls Barton, Northampton, they now have an area for us to display and sell products in aid of our group. The shop also sells other local items and has a coffee shop.

Preliminary Event Schedule 2021

Subject to all the usual Covid-19 rules our provisional events scheduled are now on our Event pages, but again still all subject to the removal of any lockdown on June 21st. No vehicles have been allocated on the Event lists yet, we will confirm which vehicle nearer the time.