May 012012

Criss-cross between England and Scotland on this scenic Northumberland walk, says Mark Rowe. An innocuous grassy lane, no more than three metres wide, makes for one of the world’s sleepiest borders. You’ll find it, overlooked by hazel trees and set against a backdrop of sweeping hills and isolated farmsteads, five miles west of Berwick-upon-Tweed, the town that famously lies in England but whose football team plays its away games in Scotland.
This article was published in the Independent On Sunday on 22 April. Read it here.

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