Other Self-Guided Walks

If you are in Berwick over the Heritage Open Days period, you may want to go on some of the many self guided walks which are available for Berwick, Tweedmouth and Spittal. You will find links to downloadable versions here. You may also be able to get paper copies of some of them from Berwick Barracks and Berwick Visitor Centre.

Tweed and coast Geology Trail

Follow this trail to find out about the geology of the area.


The Barley Trail

Barley has been part of Berwick’s economy for thousands of years. Follow this walk around Berwick and Tweedmouth


Fishy Trail

Fishing for salmon, sea trout, herring and even whales has played an important part of Berwick’s economy for many centuries. Follow this walk around Berwick and Tweedmouth.


Berwick-upon-Tweed Castles and Ramparts

Walk Berwick’s Walls to find out more about their history

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Tweed and coast Nature Trail

Follow this trail to discover nature in Berwick, Tweedmouth and Spittal

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Berwick Beach

Berwick Beach would have been an industrial scene 150 years ago, busy with fishing, limestone quarrying and lime kilns. Now you can see rocks folded gently into domes and basins, rarely seen around the coast of Britain, as well as a variety of fossils in the limestone beds.


The Lowry Trail

Lowry was especially fond of Berwick. Follow the trail highlighting his paintings and links with the area in Berwick, Tweedmouth and Spittal.

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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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