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Dogs allowed on the beach all year. It's a long secluded sandy beach with steep cliffs. At low tide there's loads of space for dogs to go completely bonkers.
This walk is 0.9 mile, mainly flat terrain. The Royal Inn has plenty of outside eating benches with gazebo covering. Currently open for business from noon each day.
There's a choice of starting upstream or downstream for this stress-busting walk alongside the River Trent. Easy to get to from the A453
Fully accessible short riverside walk and with the town facilities nearby. The historic town of Bewdley is worth taking a look at after your walk.
A large country park just outside Derby City, with over 200 acres of open space and a lake. The Hall that these grounds once surrounded is long gone, but the feeling of gentle parkland remains.
This is a lovely pub for enjoying the view over the village green and duck pond on a warm Sunday afternoon.
Sandy beach on the heritage coastline where dogs are allowed all year round. And a coastal footpath runs through the fields above the beach as well.
Plenty to occupy dogs and walkers here, with an archaeology trail that heads for 2000 year old Pictish hut circles. Wow! Lovely loch too. You'll need proper walking boots for this one.
This is one of the many 'new' woodlands created on the sites left by the mines that once dotted the Nottinghamshire landscape.
Small cove with unrestricted access for dogs all year round.
Loosely part of Sherwood Forest, the walk here starts in one of Nottinghamshire's more upmarket villages.
Once an airbase with a worldwide reputation for its cruise missiles and feisty protestors, the Common has now been transformed into a country park with 700 acres of heath and grassland surrounded by...