Tweedmouth Feast.


The Tweedmouth Feast is a festival celebrating life in Tweedmouth in North Northumberland. Its origins are linked to the mediaeval Feast Day of St Boisil, to whom Tweedmouth Parish Church is dedicated.
The custom of saints' feast days is a mediaeval practice. The tradition of the Tweedmouth Feast stretches back perhaps as far as the 12th century.

This event is a feast of family fun, with the crowning of the Salmon Queen, bowling competitions, church service, Tweedmouth Carnival and the Fleet Float Parade.

Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.

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