Shrewsbury Town physio Chris Skitt doubled-up as a roadside paramedic to help the victims of crash as the team returned from their match at AFC Wimbledon.
Two people had to be helped from their vehicles after an accident between a car and a coach on the A41 in Shropshire in the early hours of this morning.
Six mini-festivals will be held across Shropshire as part of a shake-up of sports competitions at schools.
Hundreds of knives were added to a 26-foot statue in Shropshire as part of a campaign to take weapons off the streets.
He’s just seven days old, with his whole life in front of him. The first days of baby Raph Buckley have been captured by a photographer from Shropshire who has become one of Britain’s most accomplished specialists in pictures of newborns.
Hundreds of people lined the streets as they welcomed Shropshire's new bishop.
Shropshire’s new chief fire officer has started his mission to visit each of Shropshire’s 23 fire stations on his bike.
Five more Syrian refugee families will be brought to the county over the next 12 months, if Shropshire Councillors approve a report next week.
Sometimes we forget, but we should never underestimate the importance of vaccinations.
Unity. It’s become the go-to word in Labour Party circles since the chain of events that started the bitter leadership contest began to unfold back in June, writes Peter Madeley.
Please click below to view a copy of our Corporate Plan.
The document contains our vision, aims and objectives and series of priorities and actions for the current period of this Council. The Plan was widely consulted upon and is constantly under review.
Oswestry was selected by Government to be a pathfinder for neighbourhood planning as part its Localism legislation.
Working with the local community ,through groups and individuals ,we are one of the first town councils in England to complete a neighbourhood plan.
Support was engaged through professional planning and consultation consultants and the process and resulting action plan was produced over a 12 month period.
The plan gives a strong community mandate to the town council and Shropshire Council.
Our thanks are offered to all those who took part in the process.
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.
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.
The Town Mayor is Councillor Paul Milner. The Mayoress is Mandy Whittaker. The Mayor and Mayoress are keen to meet as many people as possible during their year in Office. If you would like to extend an invitation to them for any event you have then please email firstname.lastname@example.org