We have the following tickets for sale at the moment; Maelgwn Male Voice Choir, Holy Trinity Church 30th September
We now have local scene slate magnets and coasters for sale all at £2.50, come in to the Visitor Centre and have a look.
Oswestry Visitor & Exhibition Centre are pleased to announce that this year’s Open Art Competition will run from 6th October to 25th November. Professional and amateur artists are invited to enter one or two recent works in any medium. The open theme offers an opportunity to work as widely and innovatively as you like. The […]
Wilfred Owen’s Letters to his Mother from The Front, WW1, permanent exhibition. 2017 August – Tuesday 1st August to Saturday 26th August Jo Halden – realistic watercolours of animals and humans Pam Rundle – sculptures and drawings of dogs and other animals, seeking to portray that sense of awareness in creatures great and small. […]
Shropshire Produce Market – 19th August – 9am until 3pm – Handpicked Shropshire based food and craft producers selling the best the County has to offer in the town centre Artisan and Vintage Market – 25th August – 9am until 3pm – a collection of quality local craft and food producers held in Bailey Street […]
We have a new collection of Oswestry view cards by local photographer Graham Mitchell. The cards are made from re-cycled paper and are left blank for your own message. They are priced at £1.50.
We now have Oswestry A-Z postcards for sale, come and start collecting these unique cards. All 27 cards now available. Creating A-Zs of towns is not new. They have been adopted in a number of places around the UK with great success. The beauty is that each alphabet is effortlessly unique, holding a mirror to […]
We are booking agents for Tanat Valley Coaches and we now have the 2017 brochure available for you to collect and start planning your away days for next year.
Oswestry’s Iron Age hill fort has been named one of the 10 “must-see” sites in the UK by the historic sciences journal Heritage Daily. Markus Milligan, managing editor of Heritage Daily, named Oswestry Hill Fort as the second must-see site on the list, behind Maiden Castle in Dorset.