TOURIST INFORMATION CHRISTMAS OPENING Saturday 22nd December 10am-4pm Sunday 23rd December Closed Monday 24th December 10am-2pm Tuesday 25th December Closed Wednesday 26th December Closed Thursday 27th December Closed Friday 28th December 10am-4pm Saturday 29th December 10am-4pm Sunday 30th December Closed Monday 31st December Closed Tuesday 1st January Closed Wednesday 2nd January 10am-4pm For more information […]
We are so lucky in Oswestry to have so many talented craftspeople in the area – celebrate this talent by browsing our Christmas Craft Shop featuring a wide range of gifts! We are open Mon-Sat 10am-4pm at The Visitor and Exhibition Centre
We are so excited to show you the Oswestry: Where Shropshire Meets Wales 2019 Brochure! Featuring a look at local accommodation, attractions, events, maps, and more, your 2019 plans start here! Available to pick up from the Visitor and Exhibition Centre, or to view online here on our website. You can also order a physical […]
Throughout December we will have school choirs and singing groups performing Christmas Carols at the Visitor and Exhibition Centre – a perfect backdrop to shopping our Christmas Craft shop.
We are now stockists of Heather’s Harvest jams, chutneys and marmalade, do come in and have a look at the great flavors we have.
We now have a new Oswestry tea towel for sale. Priced at £6.50 it is 100% cotton and made in England.
We are booking agents for Tanat Valley Coaches and we now have the 2018 brochure available, come and pick up your copy today.
January – Thursday 3rd of January to Saturday 26th January Lorren Francis – award winning animal portraits. Nichola Griffiths – papier mache sculptures. Chris Goodwin – ‘Wildwood’ organic mythical creatures from the wild wood in oils on canvas. Louise Diggle – a selection of her latest abstracts and some of her wonderful comic animal prints. […]
Christmas Artisan Market – 21st December – 9am until 3pm – a collection of quality local craft and food producers held in Bailey Street and the Bailey Head with a Christmassy feel
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.