Cherryburn

The new farmhouse at Cherryburn, against a blue sky

Cottage and farmhouse, the birthplace of Thomas Bewick

Cherryburn

Things to see and do

Wide open spaces to teeny-weeny carved blocks, this is a little gem with lots on offer

Cherryburn

What's on

Upcoming events

Charcoal workshop with artist Rebecca Noelle Purvis

Wed 06 Jul 2016
10:00-14:00
Enjoy a day out in the Northumberland countryside learning all about the beauty of charcoal drawing with artist Rebecca Noelle Purvis.

BeeFest

Sun 10 Jul 2016
11:00-15:00
Bewick was a great lover of all wildlife and even kept one or two bee hives. So, this is a celebration of all things... bees!

Folk in the Farmyard

Sun 07 Aug 2016
11:00-15:00
Hear live music on the lawns at Cherryburn.

Bewick's Birthday Celebration

Sun 14 Aug 2016
13:00-16:00
Join the Bewick Society to celebrate all things Thomas Bewick, as well as his birthday!

Bat Watch

Mon 29 Aug 2016
19:00-21:00
Celebrate National Bat Day at Cherryburn.
Cherryburn

Eating and shopping

Relax and re-fuel

Cherryburn

Get involved

A girl peeping over a hedge

Volunteering at Cherrryburn 

We like to keep Bewick's story alive by telling his story, welcoming visitors, organising events, keeping the place looking good (there's plenty of hedges to trim, lawns to cut and shelves to tidy) and helping to monitor the cafe and shop. If this sounds like something you'd like to help us to do, then please get in touch.

Cherryburn

Places to stay

The single storey Peel Bothy sits in miles of rolling countryside

Holiday at a World Heritage Site 

We could be biased but we love Northumberland. With its rolling green hills, stunning scenery (if we do say so ourselves) and some truly brilliant places to visit. To help, there's three self catering holiday cottages situated alongside the iconic World Heritage Site, Hadrian’s Wall. It's the perfect place for a getaway and to admire the stars - especially as they're the darkest skies in England.