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Iconic hills where Sir Edward Elgar strode, and early Britons built their homes. There are many routes onto the hills and a number of P&D car parks.
Very popular with local dog owners, this nature reserve seems to enjoy its own micro-climate. The paths are sandy and easy-going all year round (even in heavy rain when we took the photos).
A cosy little cafe in the heart of historic Evesham. The cakes are outstanding! Dogs get a good welcome here, and it's lovely to find a cafe like this one.
Short, and pleasant walk through a bird sanctuary. The visitor centre has lots of interesting info, and there's plenty for kids to do (apart from walking the dog).
Safe and attractive country park for a dog walk. It's also right in the middle of a number of main roads, and a useful doggiestop for desperate pooches.
The dog walk here runs beside the Grand Union canal, formerly one of the pulsing arteries of the industrial revolution but now a haven for ducklings and young canoeists.
You will find park, beach, and woodland for a great dog walk.
This is gentle, green rolling countryside and it is hard to imagine that the heart of Birmingham is not so very far away.
Garwnant has over 400 acres of pristine forest, hills and waterfalls to explore. The forest is beautiful, peaceful and tranquil.
One of the Canal and River Trust's set of walks along the towpath of the Pocklington Canal. Volunteers have done an amazing job of cleaning the canal up, and it's well worth a visit.
Beautiful, traditional pub, on the outskirts of Sidmouth. Lovely carvery served lunchtimes and evenings every day. Dogs are allowed in the bar area. Plenty of room if you want to eat.
Another doggy-tastic big sandy beach in Northumberland with no restrictions on dogs, and plenty of poo bins are in place.