News

5th February 2021

A narrow Shrewsbury street, described as one of the town’s most dangerous roads for pedestrians and vehicles, has secured approval to switch permanently to one-way thanks to the campaigning work of residents and the area’s Green Party councillor Julian Dean.

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.

27th November 2020

The Chancellor’s wilful disregard of the essential work councils do means this Government has once again let down communities up and down the country, including Shropshire.

21st November 2020

If the Prime Minister thinks this is an adequate response to the climate and nature crises we face, he's not studied them hard enough.

18th November 2020

Local Green Party Town Councillor urges Shropshire Council to do its duty and clean-up Oswestry Bus station

22nd October 2020

The three Green Town Councillors for Oswestry Castle Ward, Cllr Mike Isherwood, Cllr Duncan Kerr and Cllr Olly Rose are standing together in demanding action to resolve a long-standing problem in the town.

10th October 2020

Green Party Town Councillors Duncan Kerr, the Mayor of Oswestry, and Mike Isherwood, the Chairman of the Council’s Development and Planning Committee, are consulting residents to get a better understanding of their priorities.

27th August 2020

Shropshire and Telford Green Parties welcome the establishment of Zero Carbon Shropshire, the new Shropshire Climate Action Partnership, bringing together the councils in Shropshire and Telford, community groups, higher education providers and the business community.

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