Step back in time and explore the streets of Oswestry with one of our knowledgeable town guides. Whether you are a local or a visitor you are sure to discover something surprising about the town’s past! Walks are every Saturday 11am, and run from the Visitor and Information Centre. There is no need to book, […]
Saturday 25th May 10am- 4.30pm Sunday 26th May – Closed Monday 27th May 11am –3pm
We now have the 2019 Tanat Valley Coaches brochure so you can plan and book your day trips and short breaks with us.
Oswestry Borderland Tourism organises guided town tours every Saturday morning from Easter to the end of September and booked tours for groups. Our guided town tours are very popular with locals and visitors, we guided over 100 people on our Saturday tours last year, but these tours will not be able to continue if we […]
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 […]
May – Tuesday 30th April to Saturday 25th May Sarah Hawkes – Paintings and drawings of rural scenes and farm animals. Hilary Cowley-Greer – last chance to see Hilary’s distinctive sculptures in ceramics. Michele Coxon – First Prizewinner of our Oswestry and Shropshire Art Competition 2018 – with some of her smaller sculptures in mixed […]
Do It For David Event – 11th May – Bailey Head Market event to promote the reduction of single use plastics and alternatives for a healthier environment Youth Market – 22nd May – 9.30am until 2pm To celebrate National Love Your Local Market campaign Oswestry Markets will be supporting local schools and colleges to […]
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.