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The Friendly Festival in a Historic Walled Town

Our 2020 festival has ended
but can now be viewed online

This year's festival will take place
14th-17th October 2021

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A taste of the Festival

 

 

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With the launch of our YouTube channel the Festival has marked last year’s success, but we are now moving forward swiftly for 2021.

For a stunning visual introduction to the Festival – and to Berwick itself – please see our new short film.

At time of writing (2nd February) we cannot predict the format: we dearly hope to bring people together in Berwick but we also want to speak to our audience around the world. What I can say is that we are committed to bringing you a range of outstanding speakers across a breadth of subjects, some of very contemporary relevance, some historical or reflective in content.

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@tourscotland: In my wee cottage tonight, after cool hike around my village of #Scone, #Perthshire, #Scotland As I always do try to look at all my notifications during the past 24 hours, however, if I have not answered your question, ask me again on this Thursday night, always happy to chat
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@IMcMillan: That is a brilliant book, wonderfully translated. @BloodaxeBooks https://t.co/4XCUIwTrKo
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@BloodaxeBooks: Great news that @poorsasquatch Rebecca Perry's second collection #StoneFruit (out from Bloodaxe in May) is a PBS Recommendation for Summer. Congratulations all. https://t.co/a9vg14vhsl
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@NlandLibs: Learn more about the pioneering women who started the Women’s Engineering Society in 1919. Join author @henrietta999 for a talk about her fascinating book, Magnificent Women and their Revolutionary Machines. Book your place here 👉 https://t.co/HYnsRhaf3y https://t.co/XlhJfRnw3q
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