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Dogs on leads are welcome here, in the first defensive fort built by the Romans as they landed on British shores in the year 43.
A lovely river walk with dog friendly pub in the village. Park on Station rd before the railway bridge when heading south. Take the path down to the river.
A perfect amble around historical landmarks. Hurlers three stone circles are set in a wide expanse of open moor. Together with Stowes Hill and Long Tom, this makes a decent dog walk on the flat.
A summerhouse folly, an obelisk, beautiful woodland, sweeping views - less than a mile off the A41 near Tring this is a lovely pitstop for a leg-stretch.
Dog-friendly pub close to some good dog walks on Blean Common.
There's a choice of trails from the National Herb Centre just north of Banbury. It's on a fairly steep valley slope, so a fair level of fitness is required for both humans and dogs.
Woodland with loads of walking and sniffing for poochie pleasure. A local walk although it's near the A42. No facilities of shops nearby.
A romantic ruin, in the middle of nowhere. Dogs and kids can run riot, it's a fairly short walk from the car park to the castle and then you can explore the ruins and wander around as you please.
An ancient common that's owned and run by its own Preservation Society, who are doing a heroic job to conserve the native heathland and at the same time making the Common a lovely place to walk the...
A remote spot for a walk, where dogs are safe from traffic and livestock and the route is accessible to all. It's a good family walk for dogs and kids on bikes too.
A good and handy doggie pitstop on the A420, with plenty of parking. It's a shame that this country inn seems to have been shunted to one side by the main road.
Fun walk across the iconic bridge and into woodland. Unlike most walks in the area this one is completely hill-free!