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Check carefully for possible new restrictions, but parts of the beach are dog-friendly.
My Daily walking place along a path by the beach Lots of Doggy People, Lovely Views Suitable Path for Wheelchairs
A deeply satisfying trail through woodland that was once managed to supply charcoal for the nearby Bonawe Iron Furnace.
Good walking in this historic park. Look out for the interesting colliery remains near the car park. Horses also use the park, so avoid the bridle paths if your dog is scared of large beasties!
Easy and relaxed dog walk
The Clifford Arms in Great Haywood is a traditional country pub offering a fine selection of cask-conditioned ales and guest beers together with a wide choice of freshly prepared meals and snacks.
Mostly flat walk alongside the Fleet lagoon from Weymouth to Abbotsbury. Several access points from roads along the way. Ferry bridge to Abbotsburry, 10.5 miles. Not good after wet spell.
An amazing piece of ancient forest that has somehow survived centuries of tree felling, housing development and road building. Popular with local dog walkers, but far from over-crowded.
A generously sized country park, with wide open spaces and woodland coppice. Hard surface paths for wheelchair access.
A huge expanse of white sand in a glorious setting. Sheep sometimes graze the land behind the beach, so you'll need to be considerate if your dog is likely to worry livestock.
Very useful stop-off point if you're heading south from Edinburgh - the Common is great for dogs (and drivers) and there are shops in Wooler to grab picnic supplies on your short detour to the Common.
A riverside walk along the banks of the River Humber, a flat walk with plenty of reed beds and mudflats to look at and enjoy nature at work.