Here are the dates for the choirs performing at Oswestry Visitor Centre this Christmas. Thurs 30 Nov 11.00 Ruyton XI Towns Fri 1 Dec 11.00 Bellan House Fri 8 Dec 11.00 Kinnerley Mon 11 Dec 10.45 Woodside Primary School Tues 12 Dec 11.00 Llangedwyn Thurs 14 Dec 11.00 Holy Trinity Wed 20 Dec 1.30 Clef […]
TOURIST INFORMATION CHRISTMAS OPENING Saturday 23rd December 10am-4pm Sunday 24th December Closed Monday 25th December Closed Tuesday 26th December Closed Wednesday 27th December Closed Thursday 28th December 10am-4pm Friday 29th December 10am-4pm Saturday 30th December 10am-4pm Sunday 31st December Closed Monday 1st January Closed For more information call 01691 662753
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 following tickets for sale at the moment; Cantiones Choir Christmas Concert, Christ Church, 12th December £10
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 […]
Wilfred Owen’s Letters to his Mother from The Front, WW1, permanent exhibition. 2017 December – Tuesday 28th November to Saturday 3oth December Anne Easthope – cheerful and brightly coloured flower paintings in an impressionistic style. John Humphries – beautiful and reflective exhibition of paintings in Acrylic entitled ‘Sea Paintings’ During November and December […]
Christmas Artisan Market – 22nd 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.