Oswestry Town Council can confirm that the Cross Market building in Oswestry has been vacated by Edinburgh Woollen Mill and the lease ended.
At its meeting last night Oswestry Town Council made a commitment to support victims of domestic abuse.
Shropshire residents who are without access to transport are now able to get FREE transport to their COVID-19 vaccination appointments.
Please visit the links below and help the Marches School spread the word about the Lockdown Diaries project. They are about to start posting about the project on the Marches school facebook page.
Please see the below link for the latest government update
We’re seeking quotations for a company to install solar panels on the roof of the market hall to generate electricity and reduce our carbon footprint. For more information and details on how to bid pl
The Government has announced a national lockdown and published guidance on what you can and cannot do during this time. Please see below a link for the latest government guidance
It is with great regret that we have decided to cancel this year’s festival. Although we had worked very hard to implement a festival that was COVID safe, the current risk is just too great for us to
Oswestry in Bloom Committee have been out judging their annual Oswestry in Lights Competition. Chairman of the group, Miss Betty Gull, said: “The standard of the displays has been extremely high th
To show his appreciation to all staff at Oswestry Town Council for their help, support and work throughout this difficult year, the Mayor, Councillor Duncan Kerr, very kindly donated two gift tokens.