Last Saturday was a roaring success at our annual Bonfire and Firework celebration held at Brogytyn Park. The Mayor lit the huge bonfire and the fireworks themselves were better than ever.
Oswestry Town Council are pleased to announce that we have signed up to be a Safe Place. ‘Safe Places’ are a short term safe place for vulnerable people who feel threatened.
The theme of our posts for the next few months is Oswestry’s hotels. This month’s photograph shows the Osborne Hotel on Bailey Street advertised as the headquarters of the National Union of Cyclists,
The Mayor, Councillor John Price and the Mayoress, Joyce Barrow attended the Royal British Legion (Oswestry Branch) Festival of Remembrance on Saturday evening at the Parish Church of St Oswald, King
Last night the Mayor, Councillor John Price attended The Oswestry Civic Society Awards and presented The Town Council’s Shield to Fat Rabbit, Bailey Street, Oswestry.
Cae Glas Park has been awarded “Much Loved” status in the Fields in Trust’s UK’s Best Park 2019 award.
The BBC Children in Need Rickshaw Challenge is now in its ninth year and will see a team of six young people and the One Show’s Matt Baker take on the eight-day challenge.
The Mayor, Councillor John Price and the Mayoress Joyce Barrow had a very informative tour of the Derwen College today. They were fortunate to be there when a potting competition was being judged for
The Mayor, Councillor John Price and the Mayoress, Joyce Barrow were delighted to be invited to the open day, of Aico at their new premises in Maesbury Road. Pictured with Neal Hooper, managing direct
Following our Coffee Morning held last Friday for Les Roberts in aid of Lingen Davies Cancer Fund an amount of £801 was raised. We would like to thank everyone who supported the event.