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Get Ready for A Foodie Weekend in Oswestry

Oswestry is the place for foodies on the 18th and 19th September – our Food and Drink Festival is a highlight of the year, with the streets of Oswestry becoming lined with delicious smelling stalls. Did we mention it’s free?

There’s also plenty of other free events and attractions to visit this week, with Heritage Open Days and family events in Cae Glas Park – read on to plan your weekend in Oswestry…

On the 18th and 19th September the centre of Oswestry will be lined with incredible fresh food stalls – which will be your favourite?

Choose from a wide selection of freshly cooked delicacies, and then why not take your food to Cae Glas Park to enjoy your meal in our scenic haven in the centre of Oswestry?

The 18th and 19th of September are also the second weekend of Heritage Open Days – a nationwide event with free events taking place across the country. Perfect for history lovers!

You could find yourself uncovering the hidden past of Oswestry on a guided tour, enjoying a trip on a heritage railway at Tanat Valley Light Railway, or exploring Whittington Castle whilst browsing their craft fair.

Cae Glas Park is the place to go for fun for the whole family! Enjoy the open green space in the centre of Oswestry – who will win crazy golf?

Football fanatics will not want to miss the TNS Funday on the 18th September – lots of free footie fun for everyone.

Visit on the 19th September and you’ll find yourself dancing to the live music at Global Grooves. The perfect place for a family picnic!

When you visit for the Food and Drink Festival, why not indulge in some of our finest dining experiences – from award winning restaurants, cosy traditional pubs, and our friendly and welcoming cafes, you’ll be finding yourself eating out for all meals!  

Enjoy a meal in a colourful beach hut at The Sweeney, relax with the acoustic nights at Wilsons, and enjoy a glass of locally brewed beer in the cider apple orchard at Stonehouse Brewery…

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