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Nature reserve with 170 acres of grasslands, meadows, lakes, and woods. Dogs are allowed off lead however, certain parts of the nature reserve require dogs to be kept on a lead.
There's plenty to see on this dog walk in the wooded grounds of two ruined husks of former aristocratic glory. Both belonged to Bess of Hardwick, a very material girl indeed.
Dogs will benefit not just from an excellent walk here, but also that their drivers have so many opportunities for shopping, snacks and meals to suit all budgets and tastes.
There isn't a castle but legend says that this was the site of Arthur's Camelot. Whether this is true or not it is the site of an iron age hill fort.
There are three fabulous dog walks very close to each other here.
Well worth stopping here, not just to walk the dog, but also to enjoy the atmosphere and gothic ruins of this ruined abbey. Great place for a picnic if you're organised enough.
A transformed colliery site that is great for dog walks. Already it's hard to imagine how this green space would have looked.
A 'there and back' walk along the riverside, through lush green fields - a delight for City dog paws.
The old railway line, now part of the Harland way.
Very easy to get to from the M42, and a nice dog-friendly pub - but the walk is almost non-existent. On the other hand, if you've been stuck in traffic this could well be a useful doggiestop.
Enormous chunk of forest - with a really good cafe for that post-walk tea and cakes! ...
This dog walk is on footpaths through flower-strewn meadows and farmland. It's a good doggiestop on your journey. On the A64, and close to the A1 Junction 45.