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Carham Parish, Northumberland, United kIngdom

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   Local Planning Application

Erection of single garage with associated earthworks and retaining wall


Moles House, Wark, Cornhill on Tweed TD12 4RE
Mr John Baxter
Application No:
Case Officer: Householder & Other Team
A link to details of the application can be found on our Parish Council Page


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"What's on" page

for local events



The Draft Minutes of the Parish Council meeting held on

12th July 2016

are available on the Parish Council Meetings page



of the Parish Council is to be held on

Tuesday 13th September 2016

at 6.30pm in

St. Cuthbert's Church, Carham.

The Agenda for the meeting will be available  HERE

 Trustees Needed

to join the

Wark Village Hall Community Fund

The Community Fund is currently looking for villagers to join the Trust.

No hard work required, and probably only 1 meeting per year, but due to one of the trustees having to give up their place due to ill health, the trust will be left with just 2 trustees.

If you are able to help, please email the website or Parish Council, who will forward your information.

(links below)


Email the Carham Website


Email the Clerk to Carham Parish Council


 parish council vacancy

A Vacancy has arisen for a Councillor to serve on the Carham Parish Council.

More information on the our Parish Council Page.


Useful Links

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Carham 1018 Society


Carham Estate


Cornhill Community Website


Tourist Information Centres


Northumberland County Council


NCC Town & Parish page


Scottish Borders Council


Wooler & Glendale Community


Duddo Community Website


Norham Deanery


URC Church, Crookham


Windbyte Wind Farm Information


This site is listed in the British Towns and Villages Encyclopaedia of Great Britain and we can be found in the entry for Carham

Traffic & Travel

Radio Borders

Traffic Information

Click  HERE for the latest Border travel information


 Route 67 Bus Timetable


For latest Route 67 timetable Click HERE


For latest Route 67 General fares: Click HERE





(External Link)

Mobile Library


Mobile Library

Mobile Library

Details of local village mobile library times can be found


(link to external NCC web page).

 Welcome to the Carham Community Website

The Parish villages, that lie along the border with Scotland, sit among some of the most beautiful countryside in Britain.
Whether a local resident, or someone visiting or planning to visit the region; please take time to navigate these pages for information about the area.
The area is steeped in history, and Northumberland and the Scottish Border area has a wealth of interesting places to visit.
If you are interested in historic places of interest; beautiful scenery; sandy beaches or exploring picturesque villages - you have come to the right place!



Warm Up North logo

Please CLICK HERE for a leaflet promoting the current Central Heating Fund available in Northumberland.

(Opens as a PDF)


 A new bench has been added to the play area in Wark

for the benefit of residents and visitors alike.

The bench, (pictured below), was kindly donated jointly by the Parish Council and members of the local community and a commemorative plaque has been added in recognition of the years of sterling work and commitment to the parish by Councillors W. Potts, R. Brydon and B. A. Woodcock.

The New Wark benchPlaque on the Wark bench

(Click on images to enlarge)



Where we are

 old map image

The Villages of Carham Parish are situated in North Northumberland on the border with Scotland.

From the south, travel north on the A1 until reaching Morpeth, then taking the A697 through Longhorsley; Longframlington and Wooler, until reaching Cornhill-on-Tweed. Turn left on the B6350 (Kelso road), Wark Village - 2.5 miles, Carham - 4.2 miles.

Alternatively use the A1 as far as Berwick-upon-Tweed, and follow the A698 to Cornhill.

From Scotland use the A1 to Berwick and then as above.

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