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 and include Christmas scenes from Oswestry.
We have the new book by Dave Andrews for sale here at the Visitor Centre. It is the story of his journey to Everest. Priced at £7 the proceeds will go to Cancer Research and Lingen Davies.
We have lots of lovely new items for sale for you to treat yourself or start thinking about Christmas presents. We have a CD of harp music by Valli Lloyd, a selection of traditional Welsh love spoons, a new book, A Year in Shropshire, signed by the authors, the Shropshire Calendar, a new book by […]
Are you a business that is involved in tourism? Are you passionate about Oswestry and the Borderlands? Do you want to have a full year of advertising for £65? Then join Oswestry Borderland Tourism now. if you join now you get: an entry in the 2018 Oswestry – where Shropshire meets Wales brochure (30,000 copies distributed […]
Wilfred Owen’s Letters to his Mother from The Front, WW1, permanent exhibition. 2017 November – Tuesday 31st October to Saturday 25th November Ros Hornbuckle – woven tapestries in wools. Ros explores textures and colours in an emotional response to landscapes, rocks, birds and water. Graham Mitchell – sculptural jewellery in local and exotic woods […]
Artisan Market – 24th November – 9am until 3pm – a collection of quality local craft and food producers held in Bailey Street and the Bailey Head Shropshire Produce Market –25th November – 9am until 3pm – Handpicked Shropshire based food and craft producers selling the best the County has to offer in the town […]
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.