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Dogs allowed at this small, sandy beach set in a bay. It's a large harbour, sheltered by high cliffs.
Small, but incredibly useful park close to the town centre. We found it completely by chance while waiting to meet a much delayed train - and Jem was delighted!
Popular park for local dog walkers, with plenty of space to tire out small-medium sized dogs. More energetic hounds will need chukkers and frizbees to burn the calories though.
Refurbished and improved, still dog-friendly and now with good menu choices.
One of the glories of this dog walk on the Trans-Penine Trail is that there are no hills, or even slopes, and the path stays firm and shoe-friendly in wet weather.
Typical surrey common with heath and woodland, gets very wet in winter, but there is a board walk. Pond to chase ducks or swim in (she's done both. Also bridleways so need to watch out for horses.
Historic Yorkshire town with lots to see. And a small, cosy pub where dogs and walkers are welcome.
Great combination here of sand, coastal vegetation and access to the enormous Forest as well - handy when it's raining.
Ryton Country park is 100 acres of reclaimed land, with waterside and grassy walks with lots of doggy dashing space.
A great place for family exploring, with a proper dog walk.
The brightly painted headstocks near the entrance show that this recently created nature park was once a coal mining site.
This is a small but beautiful riverside park and has the remains of a Norman motte and bailey castle, although there's not much left to see. Plenty of dog walks here and it's an ideal place to relax.