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The weather in Oswestry
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. This year, July will have higher average temperatures. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Oswestry, with temperatures going under 1°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Holiday lettings Oswestry – an eclectic town of literature and arts
Holiday lettings in Oswestry, Shropshire, consist of a collection of beautiful old cottages and converted buildings. The vast majority are large and detached, and are surrounded by big gardens and landscape views. Inside are spacious country kitchens, open fires or wood burners, and often traditional-style decor. Lettings in the Oswestry area are never more than about 20 minutes' drive from the centre of Oswestry.
Art activities play a major part in the individual culture of Oswestry. The Oswestry Musical Theatre Company regularly perform at The Attfield Theatre, and the town has a number of musical societies and performance venues. Oswestry was also the birthplace of the renowned war poet Wilfred Owen and novelist Barbara Pym, and literature is valued and celebrated here. A special aspect of Oswestry's culture is its Welsh history. Until 1814, the town was traditionally Welsh-speaking, with remnants still visible today.
Excursions and trips in Shropshire
In Oswestry, you have a considerable amount of history. Excursions include trips to the Oswestry Iron Age hill fort or Oswestry Castle. The first is just over 1.5km from the town centre, and the castle is centrally located. For outdoor activities, you can take a horseriding tour or a trip on the canals. Shrewsbury, another beautiful and historical town, is just 34km away: whilst there, you could visit Shrewsbury Castle and Shrewsbury Abbey.
Oswestry's annual celebrations
Oswestry LitFest is foremost among the town's annual events. Established in 2010, it has developed a reputation for being an eclectic, eccentric and engaging celebration of literature, usually taking place in March each year. Next in line is Oswestry Food and Drink festival which takes place every July to showcase food and drink talent from Oswestry and the other border towns. Every month Oswestry also hosts an Artisan's market, where local artists and craftsmen can exhibit and sell their work.
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