Oswestry Town Council has an information display at the Guildhall and is encouraging people to sign the pledge to raise awareness of the need to end male violence against women.
On Friday the 3rd December Oswestry Town Council are proud to celebrate the 17th anniversary of Oswestry Christmas Music Live event. Unfortunately, last year the event had to be cancelled due to the Covid pandemonic so it is exciting to hold such fantastic events once again.
The Town Council and Rotary Club of Oswestry Borderland Oswestry Bonfire and Fireworks evening Grant Fund
The Bonfire and Fireworks Grant Fund is now open. The hugely popular event raised over £9,000 which will be made available to local clubs and organisations and other local events as a result of the Town Council deciding not to recover their costs of firework purchase.
Last night saw the switching on of the Christmas lights from the Bailey Head. The event saw the biggest crowds yet and the town Council wish to extend a big thank you to Bellan House Choir
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Meet the Town Mayor
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