Berwick Riding of the Bounds.
The event, which can see up to 100 horses and riders patrolling the ancient boundaries of the town, dates back to the early 17th century.
This year’s event, which was due to be held on Saturday, May 2, was cancelled due to coronavirus.
Chief Marshal Shaun Eltringham with TV presenter Adrian Edmondson and Katrina Lewis in 2011 when ITV filmed a piece about the event. Catlin Rae, then 13, was one of the youngest riders to participate in the 2012 Riding of the Bounds in Berwick, with horse Emily. Chief Marshal Louise Taylor sits tight at the 2013 event. 2013 Tweedmouth Salmon Queen Rebekah James took part. Ed Swales, Chief Marshal 2014. John McVae (4) riding Nugget at the 2015 event. Chief Marshal Lorraine Fiddes in 2015. Horses gather at the Barracks before the 2015 event. Mayor Hazel Bettison presents Chief Marshal Rachel Martin with the standard at the 2016 Riding of the Bounds. Coldstreamer Jamie Nicolson amongst the cavalcade at the 2016 Riding of the Bounds. The 2018 Riding of the Bounds in Berwick. 2019 Chief Marshal Courtnay Grey. The cavalcade is sent on its way at the start of the Berwick Riding of the Bounds 2019
Picture by Jane Coltman Out in the countryside for the Berwick Riding of the Bounds 2019
Picture by Jane Coltman. The Duns principals at the Berwick Riding of the Bounds 2019.
Picture by Jane Coltman