The Mayor, Councillor Duncan Kerr, is delighted to hear that cafes, pubs and restaurants in Oswestry are rallying together to help provide free meals to school children during half-term. To show his
This week’s image from the Archive focuses on this map of the town created some time between 1818-1838. In addition to the presence of well-known local landmarks which this map clearly displays it als
The Town Mayor of Oswestry, Councillor Duncan Kerr, will be at Booka Bookshop tomorrow (Wednesday 21st October) between 11.00am and 12noon to hear what matters most to you and your community. No appo
Shropshire Council, Oswestry Town Council and Oswestry BID, working together as the Future Oswestry Group, are looking to develop a masterplan for Oswestry Town to support its future as a thriving and
Unfortunately due to the current circumstances this year’s Bonfire and Fireworks display, Christmas Light Switch On event and Christmas Live event have all been cancelled.
Sarah Gibson, Communications Officer at Shropshire Wildlife Trust, Oswestry Branch, along with Jacky Leather and David Hardwick were today planting wildflowers at Oswestry Cemetery.
Oswestry Town Council has opened two electric vehicle charging points in the town’s Central car park. The new rapid charging points are run by a company called InstaVolt and cost £0.35 per kWh to u
The Mayor of Oswestry, Councillor Duncan Kerr, will be at the Old Coffee Pot (opposite the Park Gates) on Thursday 15th October from 11.00 am to 12 noon to hear what matters most to you and your commu
The Councils’ Finance and General Purposes Committee met on Monday evening to consider a number of items of business.
The Mayor, Councillor D. Kerr thanked Miss Betty Gull on behalf of Oswestry Town Council for all her work alongside with all the Oswestry In Bloom volunteers. Miss Gull kept peoples sprits up by prov