It was a huge honour for our Town Clerk, David Preston, as SLCC President to be asked to carry the British flag at the opening ceremony of the IIMC Conference at Norfolk, Virginia
It is a great honour to be elected as Mayor of this historic town in which the office dates back to 1674. Perhaps as a historian I know more than many in the room tonight about some of my predecessors in office, some I would wish to follow and others have made their mark in other ways.
Tributes were paid to outgoing Town Mayor and Mayoress as they left Office. In response Cllr Hunt stated “Could I thank the proposer and seconder and all my fellow Councillors for their thanks. I am so grateful.
Come along and support Oswestry’s Charity Market where you can find out what activities there are running in Oswestry. The Market will take place on the Bailey Head on Friday 8th June. This popular event supports local charities and community groups in helping them promote their services and recruit new volunteers so they can continue the important work that they do.
Your Council is responsible for a wide range of services which effect the daily lives of people who live and work in Oswestry. If you are not sure what your council does, then why not take a look to find out.
Who is your Councillor
With 18 Councillors covering the Seven Wards of Oswestry it's easy to not know who your councillor is or which ward you live in, our interactive map will help you to find out.
Meet the Town Mayor
The Town Mayor is Councillor Sandy Best. The Mayoress is Marilyn Taylor. The Mayor and Mayoress are keen to meet as many people as possible during their year in Office. If you would like to extend an invitation to them for any event you have then please email email@example.com