Berwick upon Tweed History Society

Welcome to the Berwick History Society site.

Berwick-upon-Tweed is the northern most town in England and is steeped in history with it being only 2.5 miles from the Scottish border.

The Berwick History Society was formed to promote an interest in local history and to bring together all those interested in the history and traditions of the community. The aims of this website are to provide :-
  •   details of forthcoming events   
  •   information about previous speakers and events
  •   details about membership and the Committee
  •  information on the projects that Berwick History Society has been involved with and give links to further information
  •  links to websites detailing historical information about Berwick

The next Berwick History Society meeting will be held at the
Parish Centre, Parade, Berwick-upon-Tweed TD15 1DF

on Wednesday 16th January 2019 at 7.30pm

A talk by Linda Bankier is entitled
"From Cocklaw Burn to Budle Bay. Stories from the Peregrini Project"


 On behalf of our Chair James Bruce and all the committee members, we look forward to seeing you then.
Visitors are most welcome to attend for £2

Full Berwick History Society programme for 2018 - 2019 is available here

The History Society are still looking for Committee members, if any one would be willing to help the support the History Society or act as an officer we would be delighted to hear from you. Please pass this information on to anyone you think may wish to help.

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  • Membership

    Please click here to find out further details about membership and the committee

  • Forthcoming events

    Please click onto the image for details of future talks.

  • Projects

    Please click on the image to see projects the History has been involved in.

  • Historical Berwick

    This page gives further information of just some of the fascinating history in and around Berwick.

Header image taken from Meg's Mount giving a stunning panorama view of Berwick and the surrounding area. Copyright with Colin Anderson
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