The historic Borders town of Berwick-upon-Tweed is home to Britain's second largest mute swan moulting colony. The Berwick Swan and Wildlife Trust was formed in 1992, following a major pollution  incident in the River Tweed estuary, to provide support for the local swan herd as well as  other wildlife in the area.  In this website you can get the latest news about our activities, find information about  the famous Berwick swans, the mute swan species in general, the history of the Trust's  formation and how you can help by becoming a member.  We hope it will encourage others to join us in continuing to help these magnificent birds and many other sick and  injured animals.  How To Contact Us Our Address : Berwick Swan and Wildlife Trust, Windmill Way East, Ramparts Business Park, Berwick-upon-Tweed TD15 1TU. Due to the coronavirus outbreak The David Rollo Centre is currently closed to visitors. More information here. For all enquiries : Please call Trust H.Q. on 01289 302882 (leaving a message out of office hours), or e-mail us at : (Please note : If you do not put anything in the subject line your message will be automatically deleted) Click here for latest news and events (Updated 27th January 2022) Copyright © 1999-2022 BSWT "Caring for wildlife both sides of the border"