Oswestry Town Mayor Jay Moore is pleased on behalf of Oswestry Town Council to sign an 'Operation Pollination' pledge in partnership with Borderland Rotary Club on Friday 1st of July.
It has been a busy start to the civic year for the Mayor of Oswestry, Councillor Jay Moore. The number of engagements is a reflection of the wonderful work that community groups and organisations do i
Free bus travel initiative on Saturday town service to be provided by Oswestry Town Council in further trial
Following Oswestry Town Council discussions at full Council on the 18th of May, a free bus travel initiative on the Saturday Town Service will be available free of charge from 4th of June and will be
This summer on Saturday 18 June, Oswestry Town Council are pleased to announce that the music festival returns to Cae Glas park. The long-awaited event is scheduled for one day, starting at 10am and f
The Mayor of Oswestry, Councillor Jay Moore handed over the certificate for the inaugural Community Champion Award to the family of the late Geoff Moore at Council last night.
A resident of Oswestry for 20 years, Councillor Moore was elected in 2017 and will be the youngest person appointed to the role of Mayor.
Oswestry In Bloom competition is back and will be judged by Margaret Thrower on Thursday 28th and Friday 29th July 2022
The Mayor of Oswestry Councillor Mark Jones, welcomed guests to the 2022 Civic Dinner at the Wynnstay Hotel on Friday 22nd of April for the annual celebration of community life in Oswestry.
We want to hear your views! Consultation is now open 25th April to the 13th May 2022. Information is available to consider in the Guildhall reception area at Oswestry Town Council, Guildhall, B
“It takes a community to raise a child”? The Annual Town Council’s meeting, to be held on Monday 9th of May 6.30-8pm at the Marches School will this time take a focus on young people.