28th June 2021
Newly-elected Shropshire Councillor Duncan Kerr, who represents Oswestry South will be attending the Council’s Cabinet meeting on Wednesday the 30th June to urge them to address the huge inequalities in the presence of funding of cultural facilities across the County.
15th June 2021
At the first meeting of Oswestry’s green-controlled Finance and General Purposes Committee last night a presentation was given by Inspector Claire Greenaway from West Mercia Police Safer Neighbourhood Team on the new Police Charter.
11th May 2021
In spite of the rigours of running a high energy election campaign, which saw the Green Party winning 12 of the 18 seats on Oswestry Town Council, the newly elected Councillors have not stopped for breath but are turning ideas into action by ensuring that the priorities on which they were elected becoming the driving force of the Council at its first meeting on Wednesday the 19th May.
28th February 2021
The North Shropshire Green Party has launched one of the biggest local election campaigns Oswestry has ever seen.
8th February 2021
Cllr Duncan Kerr, Mayor of Oswestry, launches a new challenge: Marching in March in the Marches to support Hope House Children's Hospice.
31st January 2021
Town Councillors Duncan Kerr and Mike Isherwood have released the results of the 5,000 “60 second” survey forms delivered to households in Oswestry last year, and the Oswestry manifesto that has been prepared by the North Shropshire Green Party in response.
28th January 2021
At its meeting last night Oswestry Town Council made a commitment to support victims of domestic abuse.
23rd January 2021
Cllr Duncan Kerr, Mayor of Oswestry, will be presenting a motion to the next meeting of the Town Council seeking approval for work to combat domestic abuse.
12th December 2020
Cllr Mike Isherwood (Castle Ward, Oswestry) made the following statement regarding the decision on 9th December for an engineering review of the safety, design and performance of Central carpark in Oswestry:
28th November 2020
Cllr Duncan Kerr, the Mayor of Oswestry, along with his colleagues Cllr Mike Isherwood and Cllr Olly Rose have been distributing a special business edition of their popular newsletter.
18th November 2020
Local Green Party Town Councillor urges Shropshire Council to do its duty and clean-up Oswestry Bus station