Berwick-upon-Tweed

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Berwick-upon-Tweed

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(Placename) a town in N England, in N Northumberland at the mouth of the Tweed: much involved in border disputes between England and Scotland between the 12th and 16th centuries; neutral territory 1551–1885. Pop: 12 870 (2001). Also called: Berwick
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He added: "The only other place I could park would be under the new bridge on the Tweedmouth waterfront, but that would mean wheeling deceased people down the street and across a busy road, which would hardly be dignified."
In the Bilclough Cup, Tweedmouth Harrow went through following a penalty shoot-out at Embleton while Bamburgh Castle lost out to Tweedmouth Rangers.
Thank you also to all the staff at Orchard House for their compassionate and sensitive care for Charles over the last three and a half years and the staff of Tweedmouth House who have been so kind to Annabel during her respite stays there.
Sean Simpson scored four times and Johnathan Simson and Ben Jackson once as Tweedmouth Rangers netted six times without reply against Belford.
It revealed that "problems were suspected" at Berwick North Road and Tweedmouth cemeteries after the authority took over management of the two sites from the now defunct Berwick Borough Council in 2009.
Neil McFall netted for Alnwick Town Reserves as they beat Bamburgh Castle while Andrew Dickson celebrated a hattrick as Tweedmouth Rangers netted six times against Amble St Cuthbert..
The county council yesterday revealed that "problems were suspected" at Berwick North Road and Tweedmouth cemeteries after the authority took over management of the two sites from the now defunct Berwick Borough Council in 2009.
| IN the only game to go ahead in Division Two of the Sportsworld North Northumberland League, Tweedmouth Harrow and Springhill drew 3-3.
In the preliminary round of the Anderson Cup, Johnny Simpson netted four times as Tweedmouth Rangers beat Amble St Cuthbert.
SPORTSWORLD NORTHUMBERLAND LG DIVISION One leaders Red Row Welfare dropped their first points of the season in their game against Tweedmouth Rangers.
Church, on Tuesday 19th June at 11.15am, followed by interment in Tweedmouth Cemetery.
In the Bilclough Cup there were wins for Craster Rovers, Tweedmouth Harrow, Rothbury and Tweedmouth Rangers.