Oswestry is an Anglo-Welsh gem, once part of the Kingdom of Powys and is an area of wells, springs, barrows and hillforts and is said to be the birthplace of Guinevere, Nowadays, it is also a bustling market town with many interesting independent shops, places of historical and
 natural interest and near to a wealth of castles, gardens, areas of outstanding natural beauty, lakes, rivers, canals, Offa's Dyke and Old Oswestry Iron Age Settlement. There is so much to see and do in this northern Shropshire town.