Oswestry Library
  • Oswestry Library
    Arthur Street
    Oswestry
    Shropshire
    SY11 1JN
One of the best purpose built new libraries in England!

The New Oswestry Library - opened in 2008 was designed by the library staff to be  a vibrant, multi-use building - housing books, dvd's, information hubs, local artwork  and a much loved children's reading castle.

As well as hosting  a myriad of children's learning groups, homework clubs and readers book clubs, it also functions as a community hub for the area.

It has played host to many events, from acclaimed authors such as Vanessa Diffenbaugh (The Language of Flowers), chidren's author and screenwriter Frank Cottrell Boyce (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Flies again) to the scary visitor - the Dalek!

The library is open six days a week. 

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Totally awesome library, completely awesome librarians and support staff. Loads of interesting events held there. This is a truly fantastic resource for Oswestry. If you haven't set foot in a library in...
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Oswestry Makes Festival 2016
28/09/2016

This year's Oswestry Makes Textile Festival is on from Friday 7th October, with events and workshops through til Sunday 9th. Read article