The visitor attractions leaflet and map can both be downloaded from the website.
The visitor will find a wealth of interesting and entertaining attractions in and around the attractive estate villages of Ford and Etal. These include:
Designated in 1958, the AONB covers 39 miles of coast from Berwick to the Coquet estuary. This coastline has some of the most dramatic coastal scenery in the country.
See the AONB website.
Runs a number of important reserves in in North Northumberland, including Ford Moss and Holburn Moss.
They also run an extensive programme of activities and events throughout the year. See the NWT website for more information.
The SoS Berwick Group provides valuable support for the local environment.
Members enjoy our walks and many help with the range of surveys and behind-the-scenes organisation.
You do not have to have special skills or knowledge, just an interest in squirrels and their environment.
Come along to one of our meetings/surveys and see if you might like to join us.
Contact Heather on 07536 076131.
The group was founded to support the preservation of the Union Chain Bridge and to conserve, protect and enhance its immediate environment for public benefit.
It is a community based organisation which aims to promote understanding of the historical and engineering importance of this unique structure both locally and internationally.
Become a Friend of the Union Chain Bridge!
See our website.
Brian Thompson, River Keeper
Ford & Etal Estates
The Till is renowned for its sea-trout fishing.
There are some outstanding golf courses in north Northumberland and the Borders. For general listings, see:
Courses that are well worth playing include: