The Treble Niners started in 1988 and raised over £90,000 to date for local groups in Oswestry that help the community in many different ways.

Oswestry Mayor Paul Milner attended the presentation evening 5th May 2017 at the Oswestry Fire Station, along with Oswestry Town Clerk, David Preston.

Oswestry Musical Theatre Company is 53 years old, and they will be putting their money (£250) towards the next production which will be Beauty and the Beast.

Oswestry Men’s sheds who meet up and share tips on woodworking etc., they will be buying tools with there £300

Cambrian Heritage Railways will use there £200 on new signage

Connect for life charity will be spending there £240 on new items to allow them to do new activities.

Oswestry Senior citizens club will put there £300 towards there 50th year celebrations.

Hope Church Oswestry will use there £100 to help purchase protective clothing for the volunteers who go and help the less abled people with gardening etc.

Oswestry Heritage Forum will be using there £200 to put towards transport costs, that they put on free every year for the heritage weekend.

Little Acorns will use their money for building a writing Shed for the kids to go do writing in.

Oswestry Boys High School will put there £250 towards a memorial

Disability Oswestry will use there £125 to help costs of supporting people in the area who need help

Oswestry Guide Dogs fundraising group will put there £100 towards training dogs

Oswestry Rotary Cambrian will use there £200 to put towards buying a Santa sleigh to drive around the town at Christmas.

The Mayors charity donation of £1,000 will be split between Hope House, Oswestry Stroke Club and Sport for the Disabled

Pictures: Tim Mitchell