On Saturday 15 September 2012, walk for water so others don’t have to.

Berwick on Tweed to Fenwick

The walk begins in the historic town of Berwick on Tweed, the Northernmost town in England, on the east coast at the mouth of the River Tweed. It is situated 2.5 miles (4 km) south of the Scottish border.
You will see the Elizabethan Town Walls that were built to keep the invading Scots out of the town. Built between 1558 and 1570, the walls were the most expensive building project of England's Golden Age. From the top of these walls you can take in some spectacular views over the wide estuary of the River Tweed including Stephenson's famous viaduct bridge, hailed as one of the finest in the world and is now lit at dusk.
Take time to look round historic Berwick, see http://www.exploreberwick.co.uk/
Make this a longer walk by going onto Holy Island. Allow 3 extra hours which includes a stop in the village. The causeway is open from 9.45am to 3.05pm. You cannot cross before this time or leave after this time.
The walk begins in the historic town of Berwick on Tweed, the Northernmost town in England, on the east coast at the mouth of the River Tweed. It is situated 2.5 miles (4 km) south of the Scottish border.
You will see the Elizabethan Town Walls that were built to keep the invading Scots out of the town. Built between 1558 and 1570, the walls were the most expensive building project of England's Golden Age. From the top of these walls you can take in some spectacular views over the wide estuary of the River Tweed including Stephenson's famous viaduct bridge, hailed as one of the finest in the world and is now lit at dusk.
Take time to look round historic Berwick, see http://www.exploreberwick.co.uk/
Make this a longer walk by going onto Holy Island. Allow 3 extra hours which includes a stop in the village. The causeway is open from 9.45am to 3.05pm. You cannot cross before this time or leave after this time.

Distance: 
11.0 miles / 18.0 km
Estimated Walking Time: 
4 hours
Difficulty: 
Easy
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