St Oswald, King and Martyr SY11 2SY Limited parking, wheelchair access
An imposing and welcoming town centre church - the Cathedral of the Borders. It dates from the eleventh century, and is dedicated to St Oswald, killed in battle near here in 642 AD. It has interesting stained glass, a unique seventeeth century painted tryptich and a ring of eight bells. A fine choir supports the worship. Visitors are always welcome.
South end of Church Street. Open 09.00 - 15.00 Mon - Sat. Sundays open for public worship. See our website for details
The first Place of Welcome in Shropshire
A friendly welcome at the Community Drop-In
PLACE OF WELCOME 1030 - 1230 in the Parish Centre every Tuesday offering local people a welcoming hot drink, a friendly face and a chance to enjoy conversation and companionship (entrfrom the Broadwalk, not through church). All welcome, no charge. For more detail contact Elaine on firstname.lastname@example.org
photo, the Yale memorial AP