Northumberland

CORNHILL-on-TWEED

About Cornhill

 

Cornhill is in England - just!

It is the first and last village and is ideally positioned for exploring the beautiful Northumberland countryside   It is now a peaceful spot, situated on the banks of the River Tweed, surrounded by rolling fields and bordered by the Cheviot Hills to the south.

However, the surrounding countryside reflects the turbulence of times past, with historic castles at Norham, Ford and Etal, and the haunting Battlefield of Flodden, where in 1513 the invading Scots fought a bloody battle against the defending English.

Documented walks and cycle routes are available from the Village Shop which is situated in the heart of the village, as well as a well-stocked shop and cafe, this family-run business supplies delicious take-away snacks.

The ancient Collingwood Arms Hotel is an excellent place to stay while you explore the surrounding countryside.

 

For details of other local amenities, please navigate through our pages.

 

 

 

 

 

Information

Citizens Advice Service

Contact details on our

"Community Page"


Potholes 

The County Council has introduced a new way of reporting potholes.

Information on how you can help by reporting potholes

on our Parish Council page


The Scottish Government

has introduced a licensing system for air weapons in Scotland.

From 31 December 2016, you will generally need a visitor permit to own, use, purchase or acquire

air weapons while in Scotland.


Visitor Permits are issued by Police Scotland.

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