Monthly Archives : June 2014
  • Mindrum 28/06/2014

    On Saturday 5 July 2014, Mindrum House will be opening its gardens to the public as part of the Open Gardens programme in support of the British Red Cross.  The Record Office will be presenting an exhibition about the First World War, and Linda Bankier, Berwick Archivist, will be on hand to answer questions.

    Opening times:  2.00 – 5.00pm.    Admission:  £4

    More details:  http://www.redcross.org.uk/Get-involved/Events/Open-Gardens/Northern/Mindrum


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  • Armed Forces Day 25/06/2014

    On Saturday 28 June 2014, as part of the celebration of Armed Forces Day, the Record Office will be presenting an exhibition about the First World War in the Guildhall in Berwick. Linda Bankier, Berwick archivist, will be there to answer any questions.

    It will be open from 10.30am until 2.00pm.  All welcome.


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  • Branxton & Crookham 11/06/2014

    An exhibition illustrating the history of Branxton and Crookham is now on display at Heatherslaw Mill.   It is presented by TillVAS (Till Valley Archaeological Society) and some pictures of it can be seen in the Photography Gallery of their website .  Subjects covered include local history and archaeology, Border Warfare, the First World War, the Battle of Flodden, and the work of TillVAS.

    The exhibition is open from 11am to 4pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays (and on Saturday & Sunday on Bank Holiday weekend) until 25 September 2014.  Admission Free.


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  • Berwick townscapes 07/06/2014

    A special exhibition of paintings for the 2014 season is now on display in Berwick Museum.  It includes some favourite scenes of Berwick, including examples painted by Frank Watson Wood, James Wallace, and Fred Stott, together with some more modern representations of the town and the surrounding area. 

    Open Monday – Friday, 11am – 5pm,  and free to members of course.


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