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Walking Festival

A specially created Berwick 900 guided walk entitled Why is Berwick-upon-Tweed? was part of the Berwick Walking Festival on 13th April 2015.

The walk explored the geology that has made Berwick and its buildings.

OUR BUILDINGS STORY

13th April and 12th & 13th September 2015

Heritage Open Days

The town’s Heritage Open Days weekend in September provided the opportunity to visit a wide range of historic buildings and sites in Berwick, Tweedmouth and Spittal that are not always open to the public.

More than a dozen venues were open at various times during the weekend including the Gunpowder Magazine, Old Town Gaol, Masonic Hall, an 18th century salmon-fishermen’s shiel and an ice-house from the great days of the trade in Tweed salmon by sea from Berwick to London.