Please click on the below link for the Arriva 576 bus timetable from Shrewsbury to Oswestry
If you are planning a visit to Oswestry, particularly by coach, please click on the below link for parking and drop-off details. Booking recommended.
Oswestry is a thriving border market town with a vibrant café culture. The historic award winning indoor market and popular street market form part of an eclectic mix of small independent shops, not to mention the independent book shop of the year, combine to make Oswestry an attractive and interesting shopping experience.
"What a friendly town" is an often heard comment from our visitors as they stroll around Oswestry's bustling streets. And it's true! Whether you visit the weekly markets or to browse the interesting mix of small independent shops, a warm welcome is sure to make your visit quite special. Shopping isn't the only local activity though! Discover our industrial heritage with a visit to the Cambrian Heritage Railway or Town Museums found in the beautiful Guildhall, or follow the Wilfred Owen trail to find out more about the famous war poet's childhood in Oswestry. Guided Tours of the town can be enjoyed all summer too. Stop and admire the life size statue of Wilfred within our colourful award winning park To really get to know Oswestry and plan your visit, make our Town Toursit Information Centre the first stop on your day out. You'll find it in Castle View, Arthur Street, SY11 1JR.
The Attfield Theatre Company is a small but vibrant armature dramatic society based in Oswestry. Plays are host in their own 97 seat theatre within Oswestry's Guildhall.
They perform comedies, dramas and musicals four or five times a year with the new season starting in September of each year.
Wander into the award winning Cae Glas Park, just a few steps away from the centre of the town and sit amongst the glorious flowers or challenge the family to a game of crazy golf or crown green bowls.
We wish you the best of visits.