'War with an invisible enemy': Shropshire hospital staff reflect on life in the age of Covid
"It often felt like we were preparing for war with an invisible enemy."
The streets of a town centre have been packed and the air filled with sumptuous whiffs of delicious grub as a popular festival returned.
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Shropshire's largest market town, Oswestry is well known for having a mixed English and Welsh heritage, being five miles from the Anglo-Welsh border. The town also boasts a host of vibrant independent stores, coffee shops and a high number of public houses per head of population - there are around 30. Oswestry is also home to one of the most spectacular and best preserved Iron Age hill forts in Britain - Old Oswestry.