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Big sandy beach, dogs allowed on one side.
This is part of the Wyre Forest, but with much more exciting trees than the serried pines of the main forest and lovely views over to Trimpley Reservoir.
Gentle woodland full of glorious sniffs for dogs to savour. And a choice of easy paths to follow.
The forest is clearly popular with local dogwalkers, and socially inquisitive dogs will have a fantastic time here crashing through the undergrowth in a very safe environment.
Famous for its 20th century troglodyte cave dwellers, and a great place to walk the dog.
One of the fun things about finding the walks for Driving with Dogs is the chance to discover places like the 17th century thatched pub here.
Great National Trust park with miles of walking. Lack of dog poo bins is a slight downside. Variety of areas: Lake side (water front); park; hills. Nice view of the castle.
This is a fascinating open space, as it is really several parks within a park.
Short wooded walk along the Southern Upland Way. This straight path is fenced and follows the adjacent railway line for around half a mile until its end just before the railway bridge.
It may be difficult to tear some people away from the station - it's a lovingly restored example of a North Eastern Railway station from around 1912, and well worth some admiration for the effort...
A short dog walk and dog-friendly pub just half a mile from the A1M. It's a mainly quiet residential area.
Pubby rural pub, close to the start of lots of good walks and dog-friendly. This is the 'real life' pub that features in the Archers, so there's the Ambridge Bar and so on inside.