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All reviews information boards car park well worth a visit scottish history both sides english army path leading interesting piece of history hill top small church nice walk great interpretation surrounding fields beautiful area peaceful place guide book scots
They joke in France that nobody knows the location of Alesia, the site of the Gauls' final defeat by Caesar, because everybody went into denial about it: 'I don't even know where Alesia is, so there!' Perhaps a similar feeling explains why Flodden, site of...More
Very interesting piece of history not well known.Simple monument but good explanation.
Talked to a ..local there who said that even now people on one side of the border do not like it when people married from the other side!!!!!!! One would think after so...More
A place for reflection and thoughts for the brave souls who perished there.
There is a Scots/English mass grave in the local Branxton Church and a very useful guide book to the battle published and sold locally with all proceeds going to the church
Somehow it is amazing to stand and think of the battle that was fought on this soil. The monument is simple, but gives good information and allows the imagination to range. Apart from the historical significance this is a beautiful area with great views.
In this field in 1513 more people died than in some battles of the Somme - cut down by billhooks than machine gun fire, or drowned in the mud. 14,000 men diied - mostly Scots, including their king and almost all his leading lords. The...More
Brilliant historical location. Nice walk and informative boards. Free car parking and easy to find as signposted. Such a low key site for such a huge historical battle between Scotland and England. Lovely historical village of Ford nearby for cuppa and wander with the remains...More
I followed signs to Flodden Battlefield two days ago expecting not a lot but somewhat more than I was able to find which was nothing. Many of Scotland’s great and good died on that day at the hands of the English therefore I expected there...More
My friend and I visited this site as he had never been there.
5 years ago was the 500th anniversary of the battle which happened in 1513. The site was updated at the time with a new memorial and a walk included around the battlefield....More