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The volcanic plug of North Berwick Law is noted for its botanical interest.
Additionally there is a group of rather straggly beech trees (Fagus sylvatica) huddled together on the northeastern slope that were purportedly planted to commemorate the Act of Union in 1707.
From 1941, North Berwick's secondary pupils (12 years) were taught in the High School in Grange Road and, for many years after 1945, the 'new' school retained its camouflage paint!
Tindall admits that the decision was made to expand the town as a 'high class residential town, rather than a tourist resort', and that 'tawdry shops selling beach trash' were not to be allowed (Tindall, F. And so it was; North Berwick attracted tourists almost by default, and of all the East Lothian burghs, it emerged as the most affluent - a desirable place to live.
North Berwick, the most northerly of all the county's parishes, covers some 2198 ha (5431 acres), and is largely agricultural, with extensive farms.