Love in oswestry

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With its red-brick Georgian townhouses, porticoed coaching inns, award-winning bookshop and black-and-white half-timbered cottages, Oswestry looks harmless, as pretty as a picture, as if it had peeled itself off the lid of a box of fudge fancies. We are in border country here, and any border country hides a sizable cupboard of skeletons in its past. This is a place that has been fought over for millennia. Let sleeping dogs lie. It suffers, like so many places, from a spot of town-centre blues, although there are plans afoot for revitalisation. Culture-wise, it could do with some rocket fuel; the less easily entertained and those with metropolitan habits should look elsewhere.

Well connected? Trains: no, but nearby Gobowen station has hourly trains to Wrexham 18 mins , Chester 40 mins and Shrewsbury 18 mins. There are a lot of pubs for one small town. Sebastians is still the local lovely stalwart, with handy rooms upstairs if you overindulge. Where to buy The large town centre is well stocked with cottages and Georgian townhouses. Look south and west, on and off Victoria Road to Morda Road and down to Morda itself, for sizable period detacheds and semis, some fabulous late Victorians and Edwardians. Bargain of the week An absolutely delightful, large five-bedroom detached Edwardian house; needs a spot of updating.

They also distil Henstone gin on site. Drive to Liverpool, Manchester or Welsh coast in under an hour. Welcome, gentle pace. Shame about Owen Paterson MP. Four traditional butchers. Live in Oswestry? the debate below. Do you live in West Didsbury, Manchester? Do you have a favourite haunt or a pet hate? If so, lets. Let's move to It has seen battles aplenty and the scars are there, if you care to look. Tom Dyckhoff. Fri 3 May . Topics Property Let's move to Homes features. Reuse this content.

Love in oswestry

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