Visitors' page

WE HOPE YOU ENJOY YOUR VISIT TO OUR CHURCH AND FIND THE PRESENCE OF GOD HERE.

If you come to visit, you will see the Visitors' Table directly in front of you against the tower wall. Please sign the visitors' book. There is a free green leaflet 'Ten things to see in St Oswald's' to guide you round the church.

Other churches to see: 

Melverley Church is a tiny wooden building perched above the river Severn. visit http://www.shropshiretourism.co.uk

for more about St Peter's Church Melverley and others, or pick up a free copy of the brochure  'A Guide to Shropshire's Churches' in church

 

Of special interest is the church of Pennant Melangell in the hills above Llangynog. Although access is not easy it's a wonderful little haven of peace and visiting it is a memorable experience. 

 visit http://www.st-melangell.org.uk for more information.

Shrewsbury has several fine churches, notably St Chads,

a beautiful circular Georgian building overlooking the Quarry park and the river.

 

 

 

 see also http://www.discovershropshirechurches.co.uk

Where to eat:-

There are many eating places in Oswestry, but the closest to the church is

the Visitor and Exhibition Centre in the churchyard for tasty local food, drinks and tourist information. There are also exhibitions by local artists. The building  is ancient and was the original Oswestry School building. Also recommended, the Wynnstay Hotel opposite the church.

What else to see in Oswestry:

too much to mention, but visit http://www.visitoswestry.com

Nearby are Old Oswestry, an iron age hill fort; Llanrhaeadr waterfall, castles at Whittington, Chirk and Powys and much more.