Category Archives: Northumberland

Tweedmouth Cemetery – World War II

The Second World War burials are nearly all in the newer part of the cemetery, beyond the pillars that flank the roadway in the distance. The cemetery has other stories to tell:       As I said at the start … Continue reading

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Tweedmouth Cemetery – World War I

A remarkable place, Tweedmouth Cemetery.  At least to my eyes.  Although there are only three First World War CWGC headstones to be found here, a close inspection of as many as possible of the other headstones revealed no less than … Continue reading

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Berwick-upon-Tweed – Church of the Holy Trinity and St. Mary

Close by, St Andrew’s Wallace Green and Lowick Church of Scotland, the spire of which you may have noticed in some of the previous photos, was unfortunately locked.

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Tweedmouth War Memorial

If you are unaware of the fate of R.F.A. Sir Galahad during the Falklands War, I suggest you use your favourite search engine to find out more.  Appalling. Curious place to put the inscription, though. Or, if you prefer, a … Continue reading

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Berwick-upon-Tweed War Memorial

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Bamburgh – St. Aidan’s Church

  Other wars, other memorials: And, last but not least:

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Barmoor War Memorial

An unusual war memorial this, and if the missus hadn’t been so eagle-eyed, I’d have driven right past.

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