Chirnside

Chirnside lies 8 miles inland from the beaches at Coldingham and Eyemouth,  and is close to the historic walled town of Berwick-upon- Tweed the most northerly town in England. To the west is Duns, the “county town” of Berwickshire, where The Jim Clark Room displays many of the trophies won by the World Champion during his racing career.

How to get here

  • By Car, Chirnside is on the A6105 which joins the A1 near Berwick upon Tweed. Sat Nav users enter post code TD11 3XR to take you to the centre of the village (Crosshill). NGR NT8699 5655 Lat/Long 55.8022, -2.20911265
  • By Bus There are regular services from Berwick upon Tweed , Duns/Galashiels and Eyemouth to Chirnside. Bus timetables are available here
  • . There are regular trains from Newcastle and Edinburgh. For train time enquiries click here
  • By Air, The nearest airports are at Edinburgh and Newcastle both are served by regional and international services. For Edinburgh flight information click here, for Newcastle click here
  • By Bicycle. The Sustran  National Route 1 (Coast and Castles) passes nearby along with the Border Loop circular route. Sustran Regional Map 39 covers the area

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© The information in this section is drawn from an original leaflet produced by Chirnside Common Good Association supported by Heritage Lottery Grant Awards for All and Scottish Borders Council Community Support Grant

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