If you like trains, you are spoilt for choice as we have four heritage railways to choose from! Journey through beautiful Mid Wales countryside with Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway, who have a range of tours - perhaps try a 'fish and trip train' or for something extra special, go first class!!
The Classic Transport Weekend will be held at Llangollen Railwayon the 2nd and 3rd July. Classic motorcycles, cars, trucks, tractors and buses. Steam and heritage railcars too.
Oswestry is a magnet for walkers, especially as Offa's Dyke wanders along the Welsh/Shropshire Border almost on the edge of town. We also have Wat's Dyke, The Shropshire Way and Oswald's Trail to enjoy.
If you have a head for heights, how about a stroll over the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, which is part of a World Heritage site along the Llangollen canal? Truly spectacular scenery.
There is plenty of outdoor entertainment to be had, so grab your picnic blanket, sit back and enjoy the performance!
In the heart of Oswestry, we have Cae Glas Park, with its beautiful flower displays and Wilfred Owen statue. This summer, the park provides a stunning background to a number of free events including 'Panto in the Park - Rumble in the Jungle' and 'Reggae in the Park'.
Ellesmere is a pretty market town full of beautiful meres and canals to explore. On the 3rd of July, the town is holding a Jubilee Regatta - watch the Bell Boat racing which is always great fun!
And if you fancy your theatre set in the grounds of a medieval castle, then how about a performance of 'Alice in Wonderland' at Whittington Castleon the 21st of July.