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A young country park, created from the site of a colliery. Now it's a wildlife haven near Newcastle with growing populations of birds and woodland.
Surprisingly large park with plenty of paths and a large car park too. A very handy doggiestop on the way out of London, especially if you're about to get onto the M25.
A short stretch of the Sandstone Trail is a perfect doggie comfort break within seconds of the A54. Even in hot weather the trees provide shade and also protect you when it's raining.
A large and popular country park with huge appeal for dogs and children. We were charmed by the Room on a Broom walk, with some slighty scary witches along the way!
The dog-friendly pub here is a step back in time to the 1850s with a quirky and really lovely old building. You can almost still hear the shouts of stagecoach drivers and ostlers across the heathland.
A nature park with a surprising range of butterflies, moths and wildflowers. Not that long ago this was a colliery and the transformation is incredible.
Massively dog-friendly pub with several pub dogs and plenty of water bowls. A no-frills local with a big welcome to all.
A towpath walk along the side of the Macclesfield canal. Ideal for an off-lead walk with nothing for a dog to chase.
Busy seaside resort with loads of fish and chip shops, and everything you need for a traditional bucket 'n spade holiday - including lettered rock.
Close to the little town of Bellingham, this is a great place to stop to give the dog a run.
A lovely woodland walk that's popular with local dog walkers. There's a river for doggie swimming, well defined paths and loads of room for dogs to zoom.
A welcome spot for a doggie comfort break, with swimming and off-lead sniffing along woodland paths. On the hot day we were there the river was awash with dogs, children and loads of happy shrieking.