Berwick Visitor Centre, Berwick’s Bridges

Find out about the town of Berwick in its newest Visitor Centre sited in a former Methodist Church. See the Tweed 900 Tapestry, a film about Berwick's history and view a new exhibition about Berwick's historic bridges. Berwick's Bridges are an iconic feature of the town and this year the Royal Border Bridge celebrates its 170th anniversary. Find out why and how the bridges were built using sources in the town's archives

Where? : Berwick Visitor Centre and Berwick Records Office

When? : Friday 11th - Saturday 19th September 2020 10:00 - 15:00

(Except Sunday 13th September)

IN PERSON – Covid restrictions in place – social distancing

About the author 

Linda Bankier

Linda Bankier is the Berwick Archivist and has run the Berwick Record Office for many many years. She has over 30 years experience delving into the archives of Berwick and North Northumberland, researching the history of people and unearthing unusual stories and information about the area in the past. Linda also enjoys encouraging people to use the archives to understand and celebrate our rich and unique heritage.

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