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!
Forthcoming Events 2014:
Important notice - road closure - wark village
The B6350 road through Wark village will be closed to ALL traffic between 8am and 4pm from Monday 15th of December for up to five days (for road resurfacing). Residents should park vehicles outwith the village during this time. The road will be closed from Wark Farmhouse for a distance of 600 metres westwards.
Northumberland County Council have advised that the General Waste (Black) refuse bins should be left out as usual. Although the collection may not occur on the designated day, there WILL be a collection during the week.
St Helen's Church - Cornhill
Will be open daily from for residents and visitors alike.
Please come and have a look at our lovely church.
If you would like to join us for a service, details of the service times can be found on our
"Local Churches" page
Where we are
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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