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Don't be put off by the nerdy idea of a tram museum - this is an award winning day out, with a built-in walk and an amazing reconstruction of a village using 'found' buildings from far and wide.
Just one access point to the massive Haute-Vallee de Chevreuse regional park.
Great for off lead dogs, picnics and some exhilarating forest air. Don't be surprised to see the occasional horse rider.
An atmospheric walk in the footsteps of the outlaw 'Wild Humphrey Kynaston' - sometimes, and rather oddly, called the 'Shropshire Robin Hood'.
Pub with an astonishingly long history of looking after visitors - since 1295? If that's true it's really amazing! Dogs welcome in the bar, and there's good walking in the area.
A nice mix of lush meadows and woodland, with the river Severn flowing by beyond the grass. On a warm day it's a good spot for a stroll, cool drink and generally potter around.
Very easy to reach dog walk off the A1 near St Neots. A series of lakes with well marked paths and an attractive mix of water and wildflowers. Lovely walking for people and dogs.
A lovely varied dog walk off the A14, combining lush woodland with the estuary of the River Orwell. Totally perfect for dogs.
This is an orderly and well maintained country park, with hard surface paths creating accessibility routes – and all weather dog walking in clean footwear a definite possibility.
This Country Park between Manchester and Bolton is a haven of calm even though it's so close to the motorway. On the day we visited the air was pungent with the scent of wild flowers.
There's a choice of three short dog walks on well-signed footpaths here - ideal for a poochie pitstop.
This is part of the Mersey Forest and now a nature reserve.
There's good gentle walking here over a pleasant mix of grass and woodland with plenty of space for dogs to really enjoy themselves. A handy walk to know about if you're visiting Manchester.
This is a gem of a walk, for dogs and people alike and well worth visiting regularly for those who are lucky enough to live nearby.