Some confusion appears to exist around a recent decisions around street lighting and reducing hours of illumination. The Town Council will not be turning its lights simply changing the hours of illumi
Nominations are now invited from potential candidates who are considering standing to be a Town Councillor in the local council elections being held on 2 May 2013. Nominations close on the 5 April.
At the Civic Dinner tributes were paid to Councillor Owen Jones who will be standing down from the Council in May after an incredible 40 years of continuous service.
The Attfield Theatre in Oswestry received one of the Mayor’s Awards at the Civic Dinner. Pictured is Kath Evans from the Attfield Theatre receiving the award from the Mayor Cllr Martin Bennett.
Instead of being behind the lens, Ruth Carter and Ian Garland from Kinoculture found themselves in front of the camera following their award by the Mayor to Kinoculture at the Town Council Civic Dinne
The next meeting of the Steering Group is Tuesday 12 March and the project is fast moving towards its completion date at the end of April.
The Council has decided to appoint Honorary Freeman/Women. This historic position is now available for parish and town councils to appoint rather than former borough or district councils.
Oswestry Youth Music Festival is in its 36th year and entries were again are up on last year with over 250 entrants and over 70 different classes. Christchurch and Oswestry Methodist Church were both
Bill Longmore, Shropshire Police and Crime Commissioner is in Oswestry tomorrow (Tuesday) evening to talk about his role and the new Policing Plan.
It is that time of year again. Below is the programme for the Youth Music Festival 2013. All our events are open to the public and no charge is made. Come along, particularly to the winners concert an