Introducing Pete Griffiths, the latest artist to join our 'Artists On Tour'. This incredible bike sculpture took Pete an astounding two years to create, he could only work on the bike which he named Turbo Head, for a few hours in the evening after work and the odd weekend.Read More
Today we are launching our schools appeal to collect thousands of unwanted tins for our latest project 'Don't bin it - Tin it'.
This project intends to highlight the amazing opportunities for creating something useful and beautiful from general household waste.
This weekend saw another Oswestry group step forward to help with the reopening of the Mile End Tourist Info Centre.
M D Warriors, are an organisation dedicated to the art of martial arts and the inclusion of children from Oswestry and surrounding areas.Read More
Call for volunteers, anyone wishing to help support tourism/visitor footfall in the area/town, please give us a call on 01691 610 952.
Ask for Oswestry Tourism ( Until open based at the British Ironworks).
Read this articicle to find out more.Read More
The British Ironwork Centre this week received a recognition award from SAMM, the charity that offers ‘Support after Murder and Manslaughter’ which signifies the charity recognising the centres efforts in supporting national police forces and the home office in reducing knife crime throughout the UK.Read More
A huge thank you to all who took part in our annual Tug Of War Competition.
See our online gallery and see the amazing teams in action.
Last weekend the impossible was made possible! Four teams from Oswestry carried a giant 200kg metal tyrannosaurus rex to the summit of Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales. Teams from The British Ironwork Centre, Cambrian Rotary, Cross fit Oswestry and Team Elite Martial Arts took part in the thought to be unconquerable challenge!Read More
This year’s rally saw members of the Marlin Owners Club attend our second annual Transport rally. The Marlin, originally created by Paul Moorhouse who was an apprentice engineer working for Rolls Royce back in 1979, makes this British Kit car a classic.Read More
Mid Wales Classic Vehicles attended our Rally this year. This very active group have a hectic events calendar but managed to pay us a visit for our second annual Transport rally. The club of just over 100 members from just over the border displayed a selection of fantastic Classic vehicles.Read More
The local Shropshire Classics Club were in attendacne on rally day. The club of 100 members displyed a variety of cars which were a perfect display of Classic vehicles. Lined up on our club field it was an absolute pleasure to see such a high calibre of vehicles.Read More