in the Borders Region of North Northumberland

Winner of The Northumbria In Bloom Gold Medal for 2010~2011~2012~2013
(Website updated on 1st March 2016)


Lowick Village, winner of The Northumbria In Bloom Gold Silver Medal for 2010, 2011 and 2012, is located on the B6353, just 4 miles West of the main A1 Road, 10 miles South of the Historical Town of Berwick upon Tweed, 7 miles inland of Holy Island, and 9 miles North of Wooler Town, known as:

"The Gateway to The Cheviots"

The village is conveniently and centrally situated for Visitors in an area of rugged, natural beauty  which abounds with many Historical Sites and Places of Interest.

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Lowick Village has many amenities and facilities.  At the crossroads, in the centre of the village, you will find The Lowick Village Store, which offers a wide range of quality, sensibly priced groceries.  You can check the opening times on the 'News and Local Events' page along with other information about 'what's on' in the village.

You can also 'Click Here' to visit the Lowick Parish Council website.

The Lowicknet Photo Gallery website provides comprehensive views of Lowick Village, present and past, together with images of the surrounding area (updated 3rd December 2010).

The White Swan Inn is in the centre of the village, which has three en-suite rooms for B&B accommodation.  There is a comfortable Bar and a pleasant Dining Room with a Lounge area. 

Excellent fish and chips can be had from Geoff Allan's Fish & Chip van, which visits Lowick Village every Wednesday evening.  It starts serving at 6.30pm opposite Lambton Avenue at the east end of the village, moving to Phillips Place at around 7.30pm and then parking opposite Bookless Motors from about 8pm - 8.30pm.

Bookless Motors is a vehicle workshop and an exceptionally well stocked vehicle and hardware store just a short distance along the Main Street to the West of the crossroads.

The mobile Post Office 'Outreach Service' van operates from The Lowick Village Hall car park.  The operating times are shown on the  'News and Local Events' page

Tailor Made Childcare is based in Lowick Village and provides Full-Time, Part-Time and Casual Childcare.  It is Fully Insured and Ofsted Registered.

Bell's Mini-Bus Service is a reliable, family run business that is conveniently based in Lowick Village.

West End Cabs is a reliable Berwick based service, which covers Berwick Town, North Northumberland and The Scottish Borders.

The Jubilee Centre, Berwick upon Tweed, offers Live Entertainment and Dancing, together with a Bingo Session, every Saturday Night beginning at 8.30pm.  There is various Entertainment throughout the week, including Bingo every Monday, Friday and Sunday Night, as well as alternating Saturday Afternoons, and Karaoki after the Bingo on the Last Friday of Every Month.

For information and details of Local Events, visit the 'News & Local Events' page.

There are a number of other Pubs and Inns in the vicinity, which serve Fine Beers, Wines and Spirits, a wide range of excellent meals, often to restaurant standards, as well as Bed & Breakfast Accommodation.  Links to some of these premises can be found on the 'Local Pubs & Places' page.    

St. John the Baptist Church is located at the West end of the village and the times of the Church of England and Roman Catholic services are shown on the 'News & Local Events' page, along with the times for the Church of Scotland services, which are held in the Lowick Village Hall.

Within the village and throughout the area there is a wide range of excellent
accommodation to suit everyone, with large Hotels, (many having a 'Tale or Two' to tell), Self-Catering holiday cottages and small, friendly Bed & Breakfasts.  Several links can be found on the 'Places to Stay' page of this site and the 'Accommodation' section of my 'BcBiz' website, which also has details of a variety of Local Businesses and Services, together with a page providing details of Local Public Transport.

 A much more comprehensive list of accommodation can be found by visiting the 'Lindsifarne Accommodation' webpage, courtesy of Mr. Geoff Porter, the Lindisfarne Webmaster, which can also be accessed from the 'Northumbria Villages' page of this site.

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The 'BcBiz' website also has links to Local Amenities, Services and Businesses and is available to any suitable local organisations who may wish to be included.

My wife and I lived in Lowick Village for almost 33 years, and enjoyed the warm, friendly village life, together with the beautiful countryside, but in October 2015, we decided to re-start our lives by moving to "The Tropics of Hampshire" to be with our family and our new grandchildren.  However, I intend to continue maintaining the village website for as long as long as possible, and hope to be able to keep the 'News & Local Events' page updated on a regular basis with information of what's going on in the Lowick area.

All the links to the various websites, commercial or otherwise, are there to  provide information on the locale` and the services which are available, but I cannot take responsibility for their content.  This is a completely free, non-profit making website, which has been created solely for the benefit of Lowick Village, the local community, the surrounding area, and anyone who may have an interest or would like to visit a particularly beautiful and friendly part of the United Kingdom.

To take a tour of The Lowick Village Website, follow the links below.  I hope you enjoy browsing through and that you will benefit from the other websites linked to it.

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The original Lowick Village guest book had been running since September 2000, but in November 2010, the hosting company decided to withdraw its guest book hosting service, and all the entries were lost.

Click Here to 'sign' The New Lowick Village Guestbook

Please Note:  The invitation to 'sign' the Lowick Village Guestbook does not apply to those pathetic, retarded morons who regularly attempt to use it for their tiresome and often distasteful advertising.  I regularly clear out such rubbish to ensure that those sad, small minded and unfulfilled rejects of society are wasting their pointless and unproductive time.

Thankfully, I have a very patient and tolerant nature.

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