Where to go


There are so may beautiful, fascinating, peaceful, exciting and undiscovered places to visit in North Northumberland and the Borders, so where do you start? We decided to ask our members and their friends and family to tell us about their favourite places and to take some pictures for us. Here is the result, a gazette of inside knowledge and enthusiasm to point you towards some well-known and not so well-known places to visit...

Come and see.


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St Gregorys aerial
Weston Tor

Kirknewton stands in the beautiful Glen Valley watched over by Yeavering Bell and the Newton Tors. It is ideally located to explore the north of the Cheviots with a host of beautiful walks along salmon rivers and up into the mountains. With St Gregory’s church 11th C chancel, the kilted magi, proximity of the Anglo Saxon site of Ad Gefferin, large numbers of iron age forts and the Cheviot volcanic complex it is a mecca for archaeologists, historians and geologist alike. It’s beauty, peace and limpid dark skies also make it a perfect place to find tranquillity.

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