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Food Trails Around Berwick-upon-Tweed

1. Greenses Harbour display panel

2. Ravensdowne ice-houses

3. Kipper Hill and old smokehouse

4. Pier Road Maltings

5. Old Brewery premises, Silver Street

6. Former Corn Exchange

7. The Maltings Theatre

8.  Dewar’s Lane Granary

9. Wm. Cowe & Sons premises

10. Bankhill ice-house

11. Berwick Quayside

12. Berwick Smack panel

13. Gardo Salmon Fishery

14. Tweed Dock

15. Old Border Brewery

16.  St. Boisil’s Church weathervane

17. Berwick Shellfish Co.

18. Carr Rock & Old Fish Quay

19. R. Boston & Sons, old smokehouses

20. Sandstell Fishermen’s Shiel

21.  Old Boston Bros Fishery Works

This walking Trail helps you discover sites related to Berwick’s food heritage and gives splendid views of the town, the River Tweed and the Northumberland coastline.

Download these two self-guided food trails around Berwick, Tweedmouth and Spittal

Printable “Barleycorn Trail”

Printable “Fishy Trail”


Please note: A number of these sites are not open to the public while others have been converted to cultural attractions such as The Maltings Theatre and Dewar’s Lane Granary YHA hostel, bistro and gallery.