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We have been going here a few times a week for a couple of months now with our dog.
There are lots of different walks from a quick to a long one. The walks are across meadows but also through forests so lots of sensory...More
Nice place to walk the dogs. But it was quite muddy. Limited dry areas to walk. Too many dog owners not being responsible and letting dogs run free. Will try it again in warmer weather. Try out a picnic on the picnic tables maybe.
This is a lovely place to walk, very safe and dog friendly. There are lots of options for direction, maps so you can’t get lost. Lots of wildlife and there was some coppicing going on so it seems well managed.
Visited this area following recommendations of fellow dog walkers. The area is well signposted and maintained. Although it was a lovely sunny day there is evidence of some areas that are muddy so good walking boots or wellingtons recommended. A place to get away from...More
Went down to try out my new binoculars and got toolkit out to check battery. Unfortunately drove off leaving tool kit by side of car park. Toolbox is black and red. Would the person who took it like to contact me via Spotted Broughton Astley...More
It looks like such a lovely place for a walk and many people like to take their dogs, but I'm always struck by how little wildlife seems to be around given that this is a designated nature area. Other local places like Burbage Common and...More
Free parking and always plenty of space here. There is a small water area for dogs to play at the entrance / exit and it's never very busy. Everyone is always super friendly and there are a variety of walking routes.
We have watched this place develop over the last 15 years or so. It has suffered a continuous, escalting problem with dogs (or rather their owners). From the ever present dog fouling to the huge amount of erosion to every water course. A shame, as...More