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where to take the pooch

On 22 Jan 2013 at 1:57pm dogwalker wrote:
Dear fellow dog owners,
Having got a little bored of the Stanley Turner, can anyone recommend any nice dog walks in or around Lewes? Some natural beauty to gaze at while the dog relentlessly sniffs the ground would be lovely.
Thanks all,
On 22 Jan 2013 at 5:05pm Southover Queen wrote:
How about up Juggs Road and down into Kingston? The views from the top are lovely and it has the big advantage of not being too muddy. There's very little traffic once you're past the turn-off to the "executive estate" and as long as your mutt's reasonably biddable it's safe to let them off the lead.
On 22 Jan 2013 at 8:12pm Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
Up to the prison, take the track immediately behind it, keep going uphill and bearing right and it takes to up to the gallops and the old race course. Cross the motor road and into the next field, from there you can go right and back down into Landport Bottom or straight on to Blackcap and ultimately Ditchling Beacon.
Lovely views almost all the way along.
The walk from Cliffe corner, up Chapel Hill and over the golf course toi Glynde is nice too.
On 22 Jan 2013 at 9:04pm Scooper wrote:
Try the Railway Land. Everyone else does.
On 22 Jan 2013 at 10:50pm brixtonbelle wrote:
Along the river from Wileys Bridge to Hamsey church. Wear your wellies.
On 23 Jan 2013 at 2:17pm jocko wrote:
They only want to know where the dog can do a sh*t without having to bother to pick it up!
Just take it to the railway land.
There are no children there because their parents are sick of them getting covered in dog dung!
On 24 Jan 2013 at 8:50pm Paul wrote:
The Glynde walk is good and if too long get train back

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