Event details

21/07/2024 at 1:30 pm
Catcleugh Reservoir, Byrness

Find out about the fascinating history of Catcleugh Reservoir and visit the Black House, the last remaining dwelling that was built to house the reservoir construction workers and their families in the late 19th Century.
Lovingly restored it contains many artefacts of the period. We will also take a short stroll through the woodland to the Dam Wall to view the reservoir, passing some remarkable features of Victorian engineering on the way. We will also visit Byrness Church and the Old School.

To find out more about Catcleugh Reservoir and the last Blackhouse, click here to visit our website.

Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed at this event.

If you haven’t booked online, please pay on arrival.
Why not take advantage of our group discount, and arrange to travel to the blackhouse in one vehicle?

Duration: 2 hrs
Distance: 1 mile
Category: Easy

Starting point (please meet here approximately 10 minutes before the start time): Catcleugh Reservoir Entrance
OS Grid Ref: NT 752 032
W3W: fillers.juices.midfield
The entrance gate is situated on the left-hand side of the A68 about 1 mile past Byrness. The gate will be open from around 1.00pm when you can drive in and park in front of the Black House.
For those wishing to use GPS/Sat-Nav to find walk start points please note that, particularly in open-country, postcodes cover a large area, so, whilst the postcode will get you to the right general area, you will still need to follow the detailed directions to locate the actual Walk Start Point.

By purchasing tickets to this event, you agree to Northumberland National Park’s Booking Terms and Conditions, which can be found here.

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