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 l
The Civic Society recently presented an award to both the Town Council and Neil Phillips for this year’s diverse summer music programme in the Park.
The statue of one of Oswestry’s legends, Wilfred Owen, was unveiled on the 20th October at Cae Glas Park as part of the Wilfred Owen Festival.
Oswestry was judged on Wednesday 1st August 2018 by Rae Beckwith and James Cordingley from the Britain In Bloom organisation who visited Oswestry for the first time, enjoying Cae Glas Park, acknowledg
Good to welcome Inspector Tracey Ryan of West Mercia to the Guildhall today to discuss various town issues with the Mayor Cllr Sandy Best
The Mayor Councillor Sandy Best presented the Best Floral Decoration Shield to Mr Paul Fitton following his recent improvements to the Kings Head Pub on Church Street and his excellent floral displays
Local GP practices are working together to offer patients more access to appointments, in the early evenings and weekends, from Monday, 1 October, 2018. NHS Shropshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CC