A uniform, full training including first aid & team building.
You would be helping those in need & assisting in getting them home safely.
FOR INFO… Volunteer for Oswestry’s Shropshire Street Angels.
Tel: 01743 360593, or message their Facebook page above.
“The awards are open to all businesses in Shropshire – any size, any type of business, start-ups and of course, previous winners! You don’t need to be a member of the Chamber of Commerce or any other organisation. There are 17 awards this year, so why not give it a go? Winning can be a real boost for you, your employees and your business.”
MORE INFO: https://www.shropshirebusinessawards.co.uk/
Please find below the Oswestry BID Board Decisions for Feb 2019 (pdf):
“If you run a small business, are a new marketing executive at a company, are thinking of starting a business soon or have run an established company but need to bring your marketing up to date then this is the course for you.”
Date and Time: Thu, 4 April 2019, 10:00 – 16:00
Location: Wynnstay Hotel and SPA, Church Street, Oswestry SY11 2SZ
Click link for more ticket info.
“A Shropshire accountant says latest figures revealing a record number of new businesses starting up in the region mean most people are ignoring fears surrounding Brexit and getting on with planning for the future.
Shropshire saw 2,634 new businesses registered in the last year, a 6.5% rise on 2017 with 933 firms formed in Telford & Wrekin and the rest in the wider county area.
Neighbouring Staffordshire saw 6,474 new startups, a rise of 1.7% on 2017 while the West Midlands registered 32,571 new businesses, a 5.1% increase over the same period. The figures mirrored an encouraging trend of similar increases in other areas of the country with a record number of new business startups in the UK last year of 669,855 compared to 634,116 in 2017.”
Source: Shropshire Live.
“Shrewsbury Town Council has finalised its attempt to win part of Shropshire Council’s bid for a share of the £675 million Future High Street’s Fund.
Last month, Councillor Peter Nutting, mayor of Shrewsbury and leader of Shropshire Council said that Oswestry was the preferred option.
However, members of Shrewsbury Town Council have other ideas.
Last month, Councillor Nutting said Shrewsbury is no longer in the running because it has received large investments in recent years.
“No decisions have been made yet but my point of view is that we should put Oswestry forward,” he said.”
“Two important projects were given a boost yesterday (Thursday 14 February 2019) after receiving £305,000 from the Government as part of its One Public Estate (OPE) programme.
Last year both new and existing OPE partnerships were invited to apply for a national fund of around £15 million, to enable the public sector to work together to support the building of much-needed new homes.
The projects – to provide homes and support economic growth in Oswestry and to co-locate blue light services and other public-sector partners across Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin – will now be progressed by the Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin Estates Partnership, which is led by Shropshire Council.
£205,000 of the funding will be used to support the OPE programme, as well as progress existing plans and identify opportunities and solutions to accelerate housing and employment land development in Oswestry. The project aims to provide 1,187 homes, 4,144 jobs and 42 Apprenticeships over the next 10 years.”
Source: Shropshire Newsroom
“OSWESTRY is set to receive a cash injection to boost housing and employment land development.
Shropshire Council has received £305,000 of One Public Estate (OPE) funding from the government.
Two projects – to provide homes and support economic growth in Oswestry and to co-locate blue light services and other public-sector partners across Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin – will now be progressed by the Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin Estates Partnership, which is led by Shropshire Council.”
To find out more about Oswestry Balloon Carnival, LIKE their page, or visit their Instagram, https://www.instagram.com/oswestryballooncarnival/
“Charity event in aid of Nightingale House Hospice. The event will be running over the August Bank Holiday weekend, 24th – 25th, 2019.
Held in the heart of Oswestry town centre, Cae Glas Park. Supported by Lindstrand Technologies, Oswestry Town Council and Oswestry BID.”
Please find below the Oswestry BID Board Decisions for Jan 2019 (pdf):