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Definition funny of Oswestry:
A trashy market town in shropshire where the kids drink young and attend the marches school. Nightlife dominated by Gibsons nightclub. £5 to get in and plays rubbish music, if not you go to the gay bar the kings head. We used to have a woolworths but now its Home bargins to go along with B & M bargins because everybody is a pikey. Theres a sainsburys, morrisons and aldi, but no tesco. Doesn't have a cinema either- but does have a bus station, and a wetherspoons.
Lets go to Wrexham tonight Oswestry is dire
Songs about Oswestry:
Oswestry Anaesthetists by Neil Phillips from the Album Appendectomy
Oswestry Overture by Dean Johnson from the Album Bullets & Daffodils
Oswestry Wake/Morgan Rattler by John Spiers & Jon Boden from the Album Through & Through
To Oswestry and Back by Jimmy Hastings, Pete Strange, Kathy Stobart, Ted Beament, Mick Hutton, Adrian Macintosh Humphrey Lyttelton from the Album Hallelujah Hoedown!
Books about Oswestry:
Spinal Disorders For Beginners: The Oswestry Spine Primer by Prof Stephen Eisenstein (Dec 11, 2012)
Oswestry: Webster's Timeline History, 50 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)
Oswestry by Institute of Geological Sciences (1972)
Oswestry by Isaac Watkin (2006)
Oswestry / Croesoswallt (Explorer Maps): Chirk / Y Waun, Ellesmere & Pant (OS Explorer Map) A2 Edition by Ordnance... (0100)
Adversity the Spur: The History of Physiotherapy Education at Oswestry by Marian Tidswell (Oct 8, 2009)
Oswestry, Chirk, Ellesmere and Pant (Explorer Maps) by Ordnance Survey (May 28, 2005)
Wiki information Oswestry:
Oswestry, one of the UK's oldest border settlements, is the largest market town and civil parish in Shropshire, England, close to the Welsh border. It is at the junction of the A5, A483, and A495 roads. The town was the administrative headquarters of...
Oswestry Town F.C. was a football club, formerly playing in the League of Wales. Matches were latterly played at Park Hall stadium, Oswestry, after a spell at Victoria Road. The club's crest consisted of a blue shield outlined in Gold, featuring a...