Follow the Lowry Trail

Two local businesses have funded a reprint of the Lowry Trail leaflet this autumn to ensure visitors can continue to walk in the great artist's footsteps.

Wednesday, 2nd November 2016, 3:25 pm
Updated Wednesday, 16th November 2016, 4:01 pm
Lowry Trail

LSLowry (1887-1976) visited Berwick many times from the mid-1930’s until the summer before he died. During these visits, Lowry spent many hours walking and created many sketches and paintings of the town.

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Berwick Preservation Trust created the trail in 2003, with 18 panels depicting the scenes that Lowry captured.

Scott’s Gallery and Marehalm, both businesses located at the starting point of the trail, have taken part in a trial, which will be rolled out to other businesses if it proves successful, to fund the re-printing of the leaflet incorporating a small advert for their businesses.

Pick up your free copy of the Lowry Trail leaflet from Marehalm, Scott’s Gallery or Berwick Tourist Information Centre, Walkergate.