A group has been launched to fight plans that would see a tourist caravan site pitched next to a Shropshire beauty spot.
A man was rescued after falling into a river while trying to rescue a lamb this afternoon.
A Telford rugby club’s pothole-strewn car park has been repaired thanks to a £55,000 grant.
A new car park will be built to provide extra spaces for train travellers in Mid Wales after the introduction of new services.
Four charities in Shropshire are among 300 across England that will receive new minibuses from the Department for Transport’s multi-million pound scheme.
A mystery disease which affected some Shropshire dogs continues to perplex veterinary experts.
A burglar wanted by West Midlands Police is now back behind bars after being arrested today in Telford following an anonymous tip-off.
The sentence handed down to a bookmaker caught trying to meet a 13-year-old girl has been welcomed by the man behind the sting.
A posse of firefighters from Shropshire will run almost three miles for charity – dressed in their full firefighters kit, wearing their protective boots and carrying breathing apparatus.
The partner of a top RAF Cosford officer who died unexpectedly has been denied his £48,000-a-year-pension because the couple never married.
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.
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The Town Mayor is Councillor John Gareth Jones. John Gareth is a longstanding town councillor with a passion for all things Oswestry. The Mayoress is Mrs Tegwen Jones. 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 email@example.com