Freemen welcomed into the fold
Anna Reay, William Reay and Clare Durston were installed as Freemen in a ceremony in the Guildhall in Berwick on Monday morning
They are pictured with family members, the civic party and members of the Guild of Freemen.
They are all descendants of John Reay, inducted in 2015.
The Freemen of Berwick date back 1,000 years when all the land belonged to the King. Berwick was in Scotland and was a Royal Burgh. Freemen leased plots of land from the king and those who occupied them were called burgesses. Proceeds from the Freemen’s Estate are still passed annually to Berwick Town Council.