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Sunday 30 June, 10:30-4:30


Tickets £5

In advance at

  • Berwick Visitor Centre on Walkergate

  • TD15@Robertsons on West Street

  • Grieve’s the stationers on Church Street

On the day only from

  • Castle Vale park next to station

The gardens

47 Castle Terrace

Level lawns with fruit trees and kiwi vine. Raised area with fine views of Royal Border Bridge and Tweed.

29 Castle Terrace

A medium sized garden with a lovely view up river and across to Castle Hills farm. There are many shrubs, a few perennials and no edibles!

18 Castle Terrace

This amazing garden seems to go on for ever and ever. Just when you think you've reached the end another hidden area reveals itself.

5 Castle Terrace

A long and steep terraced garden overlooking the Tweed and Royal Border Bridge. There are a lot of steps to the lower levels but less energetic visitors are welcome to sit and enjoy views from the top.

Castle Vale B&B

This very popular B&B next to the railway station and Castle Vale park has a lovely lawn overlooking the Royal Border Bridge and several interesting artifacts!

1 Castlegate

An unexpected haven from the busyness of Castlegate. This country garden in town meanders through mature beds and borders to an attractive pond, a veg patch and finally views across the Tweed adjacent to Meg’s Mount. Plenty of seats for taking a quiet moment in sun or shade. Bacon rolls and cake on offer for those needing fuel for the journey – and ping pong for the energetic.

4 Bank Hill

This is a lovely hidden garden to the rear of Abbeyfield House which provides sheltered housing with nine residential studio style rooms including one with a separate sitting room. Three rooms sit on the ground floor, with the others upstairs which can be accessed by stair lifts if needed. Most rooms are en-suite and all rooms come unfurnished, allowing residents to bring their own furniture and make the space a real home from home.

13 Bank Hill

A truly unique garden, carved into a steep slope above Tintagel House and has interesting wood carvings and other features created by the owners.

30A West Street

We have two unique gardens – purely by the fact that no one expects gardens like this in the middle of town. Usually it is the overall size of the gardens that catch everyone by surprise. We designed the 1st garden from scratch 13 years ago. When we bought the 2nd flat, only a few years ago, we took the garden back to basics and redesigned the garden as it is today – this exposed the walls around the garden which make it unusual and quite private.

4 Palace Street East

Lovely courtyard garden but has now withdrawn from Open Gardens.

1 Oil Mill Lane

This is quite a small enclosed garden tucked quietly away in Berwick's lower old town area. Originally prone to flooding after heavy rain due to the soil and flags being deposited onto an old concrete base. Removed and re-laid with block paving and two raised beds added it also has an unusual feature to make full use of the limited space.

7 Ravensdowne

A large and varied hidden garden with multiple areas and a lot of character.

55B Ravensdowne

We are a large, hidden ,peaceful and mixed garden, strongly favouring wildlife over neat borders. We have many flowers, especially Roses and astromerias in June. plus fruit and vegetables. The recent winds have helped us remove several unattractive conifers which has brought in much more light and encouraged other varieties of shrubs and herbaceous to flourish.

72 Ravensdowne

There is a walled garden not visible from the street and was completely redesigned in 2017/18 to include the maximum variety of planting within extremes of shade, sunlight and (surprisingly) wind. At the end of June the display of roses should be at its height.

Bowling Club

The club was  formed in 1895 and is set in a delightful part of the town, just outside the historic Elizabethan Town Walls and adjacent to the Magdalene Fields Golf Club. The green is surrounded by a garden border of roses, shrubs, and colourful varieties of plants, which are maintained by a volunteer group of members to Gold-Award winning standards.

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Google Map of the gardens

   

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