Oswestry is an historic market town on the Welsh borders noted for its vibrant cafe culture. As birthplace of the great war poet, Wilfred Owen, and home to the spectacular 3000 year old Oswestry Hillfort dubbed ‘The Stonehenge of the Iron Age’, this is a friendly and eclectic town of markets, the beautiful Cae Glas Park, and award-winning independent shops. Do the Town Tour, go walking amidst stunning landscapes, or simply enjoy the local arts, music and Food & Drink scene.
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This mixed-media exhibition will tell the extraordinary stories of the women of Oswestry and their WWI experiences, as uncovered by Qube’s Homefront Heroines research project. Funded by Heritage Lottery...
“The Foresters House” by playwright Neil Rhodes is set on the last night of Wilfred Owen’s life, spent in the cellar of the Foresters house in Ors, Northern France just a week before the armistice.
In support of the exhibition of Female Poets and Inspirational Women of WW1; to be held at the Qube 1st – 16th November 18; Jan Wilkins is leading a day of talks, readings poetry and music – honouring...
On the eve of the Centenary of Armistice Day the Wilfred Owen Festival plays host to an evening of songs and music associated with the period of the First World War performed by the world famous Fron Choir...