The Peace Garden was opened in May 2013, just a few weeks before the 500th anniversary of the battle. Laid out around three sides of the United Reformed Church, the garden, designed by Selkirk garden designer Dougie James, takes the form of a succession of areas representing various “energies”, leading up to the Peace Garden itself where a bridge spans an area of water, “reflecting the beauty of our reality here and now”.The Garden and Centre are part of the Flodden 1513 Ecomuseum
An interactive 1513 timeline recording key moments of conflict and peace during the last 500 years is currently being developed in the Garden; and as part of the Ecomuseum the Centre regularly hosts lectures, arts and music events.
For more details and directions visit the Flodden 1513 website –
or ring Revd Mary Taylor on 01896 756990