Berwick

Chris McAleese at Bannockburn Polling Station, as voters go to the polls in the Scottish Referendum.

Scottish Independence: Clock ticking as border residents give votes and views

In the final hours of the Scottish Independence vote, we head to the borders to talk to those on both sides of the divide

Scottish Independence: No vote could be the "worst possible outcome for the North East", experts warn

Yes supporters in Maryhill, Glasgow, as voters go to the polls in the Scottish Referendum
A pledge to continue using the Barnett Formula to calculate public spending could squeeze the North East, experts have claimed

Berwick vicar to represent Church of England on eve of Scottish referendum

Susan and Alan Hughes
Canon Alan Hughes of Berwick - who is related to a Scottish king - will represent the Church of England in Edinburgh

North East must be first in line for devolution after Scottish vote, says Hexham MP

Guy Opperman, MP for Hexham
The debate about how to govern the North East is already underway as the Scottish vote looms closer

Sowing the seeds of success: Beal Farm shares its secrets

Rod Smith of Beal Farm with agronomist, Eric Horsburgh
Berwick-upon-Tweed farmer Rod Smith discusses the factors that have influenced his impressive yields of wheat
Chris McAleese at Bannockburn Polling Station, as voters go to the polls in the Scottish Referendum.

Scottish Independence: Clock ticking as border residents give votes and views

In the final hours of the Scottish Independence vote, we head to the borders to talk to those on both sides of the divide

Scottish Independence: No vote could be the "worst possible outcome for the North East", experts warn

Yes supporters in Maryhill, Glasgow, as voters go to the polls in the Scottish Referendum
A pledge to continue using the Barnett Formula to calculate public spending could squeeze the North East, experts have claimed

North East must be first in line for devolution after Scottish vote, says Hexham MP

Guy Opperman, MP for Hexham
The debate about how to govern the North East is already underway as the Scottish vote looms closer
Rod Smith of Beal Farm with agronomist, Eric Horsburgh

Sowing the seeds of success: Beal Farm shares its secrets

Berwick-upon-Tweed farmer Rod Smith discusses the factors that have influenced his impressive yields of wheat

Berwick Charolais herd named most improved in England

Jonathan Watson with the Tweeddale Charlois herd
EBLEX congratulates owners Brian Redhead and Jonathan Watson as the Most Improved Herd of Charolais Cattle in England for 2014

Top North East infrastructure and business bosses gear up to debate regional transport

Stephen Catchpole, managing director of Tees Valley Unlimited, which organised The Tees Valley Business Summit
The Journal and The Gazette's Transport Links Breakfast on September 25 brings together a stellar panel of senior figures in the North East

About Berwick

Berwick-upon-Tweed is the northernmost town in England situated 2½ miles south of the Scottish border. It is on Northumberland’s east coast at the mouth of the River Tweed and was originally founded as an Anglo-Saxon settlement. For over 400 years it was central to the border war between England and Scotland. It is now a traditional market town.

Videos & Photos

Kate Ford who won the Journal Whodunnit competition in 1984 and won a sapphire necklace which is now up for auction at Anderson Garland

The Journal murder mystery competition prize up for auction 30 years on

A dam being built on the river Wansbeck at Mitford to stop future flooding in nearby Morpeth

Wansbeck returns to original course after flooding prevention work

Objects up for auction from Ayton Castle. Chris Wilkinson with huge wardrobe

Ayton Castle historic treasures go under the hammer at Railton's auctioneers

 

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