Wark-on-Tweed


 

Wark on Tweed (usually referred to simply as Wark) is a village in the English county of Northumberland. It lies about 15 miles south west of Berwick-upon-Tweed.

It is on the south bank of the River Tweed that can be considered the border between England and Scotland.

Landmarks

The ruins of Wark on Tweed Castle, originally an early 12th century motte-and-bailey, lie at the west end of the village.

Notable people

  • Robert Story (poet)
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The River Tweed beyond Wark

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Carham Parish Community Website
- The Parish villages, that lie along the border with Scotland, including Carham, East Learmouth, Hagg, Howburn, Pressen Hill, Shidlaw, Sunilaws, Tithehill, Wark-on-Tweed & Wark Common, and West Learmouth.

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Wark-on-Tweed - Northumberland Communities
- "...The twelfth and thirteenth centuries are of great importance to the history of Wark, according to a variety of published sources. Wark castle, lying west of the village, is supposed ...

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Wark on Tweed Castle - Pastscape
- "Earthwork remains of an early 12th-century motte-and-bailey castle, refortified in 1157-61 and in the early 13th century when an octagonal shell keep was raised on the motte and a curtain ...

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Wark-on-Tweed Castle
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Wark-on-Tweed Castle
- Overview About Wark-on-Tweed Castle Map Street View Wark Castle (aka Carham Castle), at Wark-on-Tweed was originally a motte-and-bailey castle built early in the 12th century. The castle was demolished and rebuilt ...

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