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Buddy at Berwick Animal Rescue Kennels. Picture by Graham Bell Photography.

Bouncy Buddy is back

Buddy is back looking for a new home through no fault of his own. He is a lively, bouncy youngster who enjoys the company of similar sized dogs.

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Pets on parade at annual family event

We look forward to welcoming you to our 10th Annual Pet Show at Castlehills Farm, Castle Terrace, Berwick-upon-Tweed, on Sunday.

Laura Kay's training run by the Old Bridge, Berwick.

Spirit of the Games is catching

It seems that sometimes this column can be a source of therapy for me. After writing my whinge last week about how frustrating I was finding everything I realised that I just needed to give myself a boot up the bum, put my big girl pants on, and get out there running.

Peggy is a four year old brindle and white lurcher.  She is a very loving girl, timid at first. She loves to play and has lived with another dog and a cat.

It would be easy to love Peggy

Peggy is a four-year-old brindle and white lurcher. She is a very loving girl, but timid at first. She loves to play and has lived with another dog and a cat.

Berwick animal rescue kennels

A good home makes all the difference

This week we took in two lovely 10-month-old border collies, Jess and Misty.

Looking Back rss

Berwick Nostalgia

Laying a commemorative stone

This picture shows a stone being laid to mark the Spittal Doorstep Green Project a decade ago in August 2006.

Berwick Nostalgia

Soldiers delight visitors

Members of the 68th Regiment of Foot, Durham Light Infantry, delighted visitors at Berwick Barracks 25 years ago when they appeared dressed as they would have been in the Victorian era.

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It’s a fishy world record

A world record attempt with a difference took place this time a decade ago when Brian and Shirley Burnie invited guests to their Doxford Hall home to see if they could break the record for the most fish and chips served up.

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Indian travels for James

A Wooler schoolboy returned from a trip to India this time 25 years ago after being one of 27 people worldwide to take part in a youth project.

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Special party for Brother Adam

A world famous beekeeper, Brother Adam from Buckfast Abbey in Devon, visited Chainbridge Honey Farm 25 years ago this month. The 93-year-old was spending some time with friends in Hexham and visited the Tweedmouth farm while in Northumberland. Willie and Daphne Robson, of Chainbridge, hosted a small party for him at their Chainbridge home.

Announcements rss

Eileen Purves : Memorial

Published in the Berwick Advertiser on 07 November 2013

AGNEW Christina : Obituary

Published in the Berwick Advertiser on 07 November 2013

Anne Thomson : Acknowledgement

Published in the Berwick Advertiser on 07 November 2013

Elsie Fraser : Obituary

Published in the Berwick Advertiser on 07 November 2013

Jim Blackie : Acknowledgement

Published in the Berwick Advertiser on 07 November 2013

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