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A former railway sidings, now covered in a birch wood and popular with local dog-walkers
Sand and pebble, dog friendly all year round with no tide restrictions.
Remote piece of forestry on the England/Wales border, where the ghosts of druids past may linger - along with the unquiet souls of parliamentarians murdered at the 12th century Hopton Castle during...
Popular with Warrington dog walkers and horse riders, there are many paths to wander along at will for a highly enjoyable walk. The paths are clear and wide, and there's no danger of getting lost.
This ancient hill is an ideal place for dogs to let off steam.
Grassington has long been the honeypot for tourism in this part of the Yorkshire Dales, and dog-friendly pubs, shops and tea-rooms abound. Best visited out of season!
Pleasant dog walk place if you live locally, otherwise there's an unhelpful lack of facilities.
This is a more people-centred walk than usual, as Warwick is such a big tourist attraction.
This is part of the National Forest and it is a splendid place for a dog walk. Numerous paths lead through the trees, the ones further from the road dating back to the Doomsday Book.
This is a wonderful park set in the foothills of the Lincolnshire Wolds. It is set out in two valleys with streams running through and with plenty of grassland and woods to keep dogs happy.
National Trust castle and parkland - so lovely home-made cakes are guaranteed! A definite family pleaser, with a play castle for kids near the tea rooms and loads of bounding space for dogs.
Situated between Gravesend and Cobham, North Kent, Jeskyns is 360 acres (147 hectares) of greenspace that has been created by the Forestry Commission 2 minutes from A2/ 5 minutes from M2 J1