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Recommended by Carole and Jack who say 'A friend organises an annual dog walkers' Christmas brunch here and on our lunchtime visit, wet and bedraggled, we all received a warm welcome.
A small country park created from the site of a former brickworks. Now it's a pleasant easy-access dog walk around a lake.
Portwrinkle beach has two halves, one is dog friendly all year round and one is dog friendly out of season (oct - march).
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.
Skellingthorpe has a great dog walk. The path is a path that leads to Newark one way and unsure about the other way.
Junction 34 Ewloe Interchange
A popular dog walking spot - with great views too. You'd never know it used to be a landfill site! Hard-surfaced paths keep your feet clean, and make life easier for buggies/wheelchairs.
Country park with plenty of wildlife interest, lake and marshy swamps. Jem loved it here, and there are lots of people with dogs.
Popular and busy village 'local' with paths and a village green for a dog to have a bounce and snuffle. The village is just off the Fosse Way (A429).
A good 'last chance' off-lead stop before getting into London, there are fantastic views over London from the top of the hill - and it really feels like countryside.
A bit of a leg stretcher out of the Darran Valley to the Beacon hill and around a bit.
People and dog-friendly pub, offering a wide range of home-cooked food (inc. lots of veggie options) and a lovely garden. Also live music especially in the summer.
In an area a bit crowded with ruined abbeys, this one is wilder and far less curated than its more famous neighbours. You'll find seats in picturesque nooks, and a very tranquil atmosphere.