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National Trust owned Calke Abbey is a great place to walk the dogs. Easy access and Wheelchair friendly walks.
Dogs allowed all year round. This is a fascinating beach, where you can see traces of a prehistoric forest at low tide.
Beautiful hard sand, ideal for dog games in winter. Long and sandy dog-friendly beach. Dogs welcome from October to May 1st. Restrictions in Summer.
This is a short walk that's a favourite with local dog walkers, who seem to be a happy and chatty bunch. You can get here from the M6 Junction 27 but there are no facilities.
Good flat track on old railway line, then public footpaths, bridleways and roadside pavement.following the Yar estuary from Yarmouth to Freshwater old village circular route - 3.8 miles.
Ancient semi-natural woodland believed to be more than 400 years old. With many ancient trees, the wood has remained relatively unchanged for centuries and is home to a wide variety of wildlife.
A former colliery site which has been transformed into an attractive woodland and dog walk. There's a fine network of paths with great views from the top of the hill.
Part of a bird sanctuary called Barons Haugh. There is a Japanese garden and it also has the oldest living thing in Lanarkshire - the Covenanters Oak, which is 800 years old.
Another doggy-tastic big sandy beach in Northumberland with no restrictions on dogs, and plenty of poo bins are in place.
An extraordinary country park for a dog walk, created out of the husks of millstone grit quarries.
Byland Abbey is the focal point of this walk - a dignified ruin of one of the largest Cistercian monastery complexes in Yorkshire.
Spot and take a breather here, with a viewfest across Cheshire and to the Peak District. It's a fabulous place to walk the dog. Pick your day carefully for best results.