Berwick Pier

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Date: 26 August 2022

Location: Berwick-upon-Tweed 55.7647556,-1.9851805

There has been a breakwater protecting the Tweed estuary at Berwick since the thirteenth century. The present structure, a 960-yard-long stone pier, was completed in 1821, and the 44-foot-tall lighthouse at its extremity — designed by engineer George Nelson — was built in 1826.

this endless sea is an installation by interdisciplinary artist and sea swimmer Chloe Smith. An audiovisual work playing inside the hut explores themes of grief and the sea.

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