At Council on Monday evening elected members approved their annual budget which set out their financial plans for the year ahead. The significant change from previous years sees the inclusion of £35,000 towards youth services in the town – this has been a priority area for elected members.
A vacancy has occurred on the Cabin Lane Ward of the Council following the resignation of Clare Aspinall. A copy of the public notice that is in the next edition of the Border Counties Advertizer and
The Mayor and Mayoress attended the 5k Santa Run at Moreton Hall yesterday. This was organised by Jody Wilson in aid of Leukaemia Care. Jody is running London Marathon in 2020.
please take a look at our Review of the Year on our new Youtube page on the link below.
Please be aware that the Town Council Office will be closed to the public on Tuesday 24th December through to Wednesday 1st January and will re-open on Thursday 2nd January 2020. Wishing everyone a
Congratulations to Betty Gull and Bill Bowen on becoming Freemen of Oswestry Town. The Mayor, Councillor John Price was honoured to give them their certificates and badges, to mark the occasion.
The Mayor, Councillor John Price and the Mayoress, Joyce Barrow attended a performance of Peter Pan on Friday evening at the Derwen College.
The Mayor, Councillor John Price and Mayoress, Joyce Barrow were delighted to attend an acoustic pleasure on Thursday evening, at Christchurch in Oswestry.
The Mayor John Price and Mayoress Joyce Barrow, had a thoroughly enjoyable Christmas Dinner at the Orangery Restaurant, Derwen College with members of the B.O.T.’s. Irene Constable and Carol hosted t
The Town Council and the Borderland Rotary Club of Oswestry have established a grant fund from the proceeds of the Oswestry Bonfire and Fireworks evening. Each year the intention is for all the incom