All you need to know
There are several free car parks in Berwick, but waiting time is limited to two hours and you will need to display a parking disc. These cost £1 and are obtainable from the library, tourist information centres and some local businesses. There is no time restriction in the long-term car parks at Castlegate and Foul Ford. Head to nearby Spittal for a glorious beach and fantastic vistas across the water to the walled town of Berwick and the lighthouse. This was a view favoured by artist LS Lowry, who spent many holidays in Berwick. You can follow a three-hour trail of his favourite haunts in the town by downloading a leaflet: http://images.visitberwick.com/routes/ lowry-trail/lowry-leaflet.pdf. Just south of Berwick and Spittal is the Pot-a-doodle Do family activity centre, campsite and restaurant: http://potadoodledo.com. Etal Twenty Estates minutes offer a away, host the of activities, Ford and including walks on Flodden Battlefield and the nature reserve at Ford Moss, canoeing on the River Till, a steam trip on the Heatherslaw Light Railway, or a ride at Kimmerston Riding Centre. Pop into Lady Waterford Hall to see the astonishing biblical scenes that she painted as a teaching aid for village children. Visit www.ford-and-etal.co.uk to find out more.
Explore Berwick with a walk along the walls See Lowry’s favourite local views