Thank you to everyone that attended the services at the Memorial Gates or in the Parish Church yesterday and who lined the route of the procession.
Sunday will be the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day. This photograph from the archives shows one of the first Remembrance Day ceremonies held at Oswestry’s memorial gates, c. 1926.
The Town Council are undertaking a public consultation on potential changes to the way it charges people to park on its car parks (Horsemarket, Smithfield Street & Central Car Park) in the Town.
A huge thank you to everyone that supported the annual Bonfire and Fireworks event funded by the Town Council on Saturday evening. Despite the weather forecast and heavy rain during the afternoon a large crowd enjoyed the display.
Your Council is responsible for a wide range of services which effect the daily lives of people who live and work in Oswestry. If you are not sure what your council does, then why not take a look to find out.
Who is your Councillor
With 18 Councillors covering the Seven Wards of Oswestry it's easy to not know who your councillor is or which ward you live in, our interactive map will help you to find out.
Meet the Town Mayor
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