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This village was one of the earliest purpose-built industrial villages in Britain and a major centre for lead and silver mining. They must have been tough to live and work here back in the day.
An astonishing gorge with clear paths and plantings that are a joy to explore. With over 600 acres this is one to keep coming back to. Fabulous for children, off-lead dogs and everyone.
A large and hospitable dog-friendly pub sitting opposite a church, and both seemingly deserted by the village you'd expect to find here.
Dog-friendly coaching inn where you and the dog can take a break from Ermine Street (A603) and get a coffee in a village where the Romans used to stop to refill their water bottles.
A friendly dining pub, perfect for a dog-friendly meetup with friends not far from the A1 or the A14 and Huntingdon.
Another great village pub that's been saved by the community, and with a choice of walks from the door. Always good to find these hidden gems and support them.
You've got choices here, either a pub stop and short walk on the green or a wonderful river walk (dry days only) from a car park just outside the village and the option of driving up to the village...
Close to the A1 and a civilised choice for a doggie B&B overnight stay, or just a quick break for a legstretch and snack. It's on the old Roman Ermine Street.
A short stroll by the river with the dog, and then the chance of refreshment at an award-winning country pub. Dogs are welcome there in the bar and outside.
A traditional village, with some really attractive thatched cottages, a village green and pleasantly slow pace.
If you've not explored much of Essex, this almost secret countryside is well worth a visit. The dog walk here crosses the River Stort, a very unspoiled waterway that rises and ends entirely in Essex.
Close to the A12 for a driving break without faffing too much around to get there. And a straightforward dog walk over fields that's lovely on a dry day.