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A landmark survey has revealed that Old Oswestry hillfort is a magnet for wildlife, including species rarely seen or declining in Shropshire.
Recent developments in planning and economic policy have raised fresh questions over a housing bid within the archaeological footprint of one of Britain’s most important hillforts.
Oswestry Town Council has restated its opposition to housing earmarked in the setting of Old Oswestry hillfort as Shropshire Council reviews the County’s local plan.
A sharp hike in visitor numbers to Oswestry’s Iron Age hillfort has confirmed its impressive heritage stature and tourist appeal.
The latest five-year housing land supply figures offer a chance of Oswestry hillfort estate reprieve, say campaigners.
Old Oswestry hillfort has seen naturalists and volunteers scaling its lush slopes on the hunt for wildlife as part of a landmark survey.
A wildlife survey will this Saturday take a snapshot of Oswestry hillfort’s precious ecology during an 18-hour mega session of bug-watching and plant-spotting.
Visitors to a popular Shropshire hillfort are assured of a bright welcome following an initiative involving local residents.
Heritage, wildlife and ecology experts will explore the importance of Old Oswestry hillfort as a ‘living monument’ at a forthcoming seminar.
Volunteers will be bracing the winter weather to help out with landscape maintenance at Old Oswestry hillfort in a new initiative.
Oswestry will be displaying its affection for local heritage and greenspace in a landmark initiative as part of annual celebrations devoted to Old Oswestry hillfort.
The closing date is fast approaching for amateur cooks whisking up a design entry for the Oswestry Heritage Bake-Off.